Adela Deanova

Project Manager
Duke University, USA

Adela Deanova is a PhD candidate in Philosophy at Duke University, writing a dissertation on the natural philosophy of Robert Boyle and John Locke, and Cavendish's critique of Boyle and Hooke. Her research focuses on core epistemological problems in early modern experimental philosophy: the relationship between hypotheses, observations and experiment, and the problem of unobservable entities. She is fluent in French and is working on a translation of the Masham-Leibniz correspondence into English.