Research Publications



Antonio Garcia-Belmar, José Ramón Bertomeu-Sánchez, Anders Lundgren, & Manolis Patiniotis, “Introduction: Scientific and Technological Textbooks in the European Periphery”, pp. 657-665.
Bernadette Bensaude Vincent, “Textbooks on the Map of Science Studies”, pp. 667-670.
Ana Carneiro, Maria Paula Diogo, & Ana Simões, “Communicating the New Chemistry in 18th Century Portugal: Seabra’s Elementos de Chimica”, pp. 671-692.
José Ramón Bertomeu-Sánchez & Antonio Garcia-Belmar, “Pedro Gutiérrez Bueno’s Textbooks: Audiences, Teaching Practices and the Chemical Revolution”, pp. 693-712.
Raffaella Seligardi, “Views of Chemistry and Chemical Theories: A Comparison between Two University Textbooks in the Bolognese Context at the Beginning of the19th Century”, pp. 713-737.
Anja Skaar Jacobsen, “Propagating Dynamical Science in the Periphery of German Naturphilosophie: H. C. Ørsted’s Textbooks and Didactics”, pp. 739-760.
Anders Lundgren, “The Transfer of Chemical Knowledge: The Case of Chemical Technology and its Textbooks”, pp. 761-778.
Gábor Palló, “Encyclopedia as Textbook”, pp. 779-799.
Manolis Patiniotis, “Textbooks at the Crossroads: Scientific and Philosophical Textbooks in 18th Century Greek Education”, pp. 801-822.
Georgia Petrou, “Translation Studies and the History of Science: The Greek Textbooks of the 18th Century”, pp. 823-840.
Irina Gouzevitch, “The Editorial Policy as a Mirror of Petrine Reforms : Textbooks and Their Translators in Early 18th Century Russia”, pp. 841-862.
Kathryn M. Olesko, “Science Pedagogy as a Category of Historical Analysis: Past, Present, and Future”, pp. 863-880.

  • Manolis Patiniotis (editor), Nation, Science, Identities. Historiography of Science in the European Periphery, Neusis, 2006, 15, special issue. The volume contains the following papers: [In Greek]

Manolis Patiniotis, “Nation, Science, Identities. Historiography of Science in the European Periphery”, pp. 3-16.
Ana Simões, Ana Carneiro, Maria Paula Diogo, “Issues in the Historiography of Science in Portugal. A look from the standpoint of four 20th century types of sources”, pp. 17-39.
Berna Kılınç, “History of science as a civilizational project”, pp. 40-49.
Agustí Nieto-Galan, “The history of science in Spain: Imperial past, peripheries and the making of the modern state”, pp. 50-74.
Ernst Homburg, “Boundaries and audiences of national histories of science: Insights from the history of science and technology of the Netherlands”, pp. 75-109.


  • Rigas Velestinlis” (1998), “Eugenios Voulgaris” (2001) and “Nikiforos Theotokis” (2001): Biographical entries for the digital library of Greek philosophical and scientific books Hellinomnimon. [In Greek]
  • Ludwig Boltzmann” (2003): Biographical entry in the Oxford Companion to the History of Modern Science (edited by J.L. Heilbron), Oxford University Press, Oxford-New York, pp. 105-106.
  • Newtonianism” (2005): Entry in the New Dictionary of the History of Ideas (editor in chief: Maryanne Horowitz), Charles Scribner’s Sons, Detroit, vol. 4, pp. 1632-1638.



  • Co-author of Teacher’s Supplement for the secondary school course of “History of Science and Technology”, Ministry of Education and Religious Affairs, The Education Research Centre, Athens 2000. [In Greek]
  • Manolis Patiniotis, “Newton and Newtonianism in eighteenth-century Europe” in the collection of essays Texts in History and Philosophy of Science for the use of the degree level students of “European Civilization” program, School of Humanities, Hellenic Open University, Patras 2008, 39-54. [In Greek]
  • Manolis Patiniotis, “Aristotelianism in Galileo’s time” in the collective volume Galileo’s TrialEleftherotypia newspaper (Sunday edition), Athens 2011, 53-74. [In Greek]
  • Manolis Patiniotis, “Logical Positivism” in A. Baltas, K. Stergiopoulos (eds.), Philosophy and Sciences in the twentieth century, Crete University Press, Heraklion 2013, 229-251. [In Greek]
  • Manolis Patiniotis, “Digital Culture”, educational material for the module “Technoscientific Culture and Current Problems” of Hellenic Open University’s postgraduate program Science Communication, 2022. [In Greek]