• J.S. Freedman, “The Diffusion of the Writings of Petrus Ramus in Central Europe, c.1570-c.1630,” Renaissance Quarterly 46 (1993), 98-152.
• A. Grafton and L. Jardine, From Humanism to the Humanities: Education and the Liberal Arts in Fifteenth- and Sixteenth-century Europe (Cambridge MA: 1986), ch.7.
• H. Hotson, The Reformation of Common Learning (Oxford: 2020).
• S. Knight and E.A. Wilson (eds.), The European Contexts of Ramism (Turnhout: 2019).
• S.J. Reid and E.A. Wilson (eds), Ramus, Pedagogy and the Liberal Arts: Ramism in Britain and the Wider World (Farnham: 2011).
In this episode there are quite a few names likely to be unfamiliar, so here is a list of the names in order of mention:
Johann Freige, André Wechel, Omer Talon, Richard Hooker, Johannes Piscator, Andreas Cramer, Friedrich Beurhaus, Rudolph Goclenius, Johann Alsted, Andrew Melville, Bartholomew Keckermann, Franco Burgersdijk, and of course poor old "Stupido"
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