curriculum vitae at Donna Bilak Academia.edu
“The Making and Knowing Project: Reflections, Methods, and New Directions.”
Co-authored with Pamela H. Smith, Joel Klein, and Jenny Boulboullé
West 86th: A Journal of Decorative Arts, Design History, and Material Culture, Vol. 23, No.1 (Spring-Summer 2016): 35-55.
“Alchemy and the End Times: Revelations from the Laboratory and Library of John Allin, Puritan Alchemist (1623-1683).”
In Ambix: The Journal of the Society for the History of Alchemy and Chemistry, Vol.60, No.4 (November 2013): 390-414. Special Issue, “Alchemy and Religion in Christian Europe.” Guest Editor: Tara Nummedal.
Oxford Dictionary of National Biography entry for “John Allin (1623-1683).”
“Decoding Bronzino’s Portrait of Eleonora di Toledo (c.1539): An Iconography of Jewels and Dress.”
Agnolo Bronzino: The Muse of Florence, ed. Liana De Girolami Cheney (Washington, DC: New Academia Publishing, 2014), pp. 371-392.
(Chapter) “Laboratories and Technology: Chymical Practice and Sensory Experience.”
In A Cultural History of Chemistry in the Early Modern Age, ed. Bruce T Moran (Vol. 3 of A Cultural History of Chemistry, eds. Peter Morris and Alan Rocke). London: Bloomsbury, forthcoming.
In preparation for review
(Edition) Furnace and Fugue: A Digital Edition of Michael Maier’s Atalanta fugiens (1618) with Scholarly Commentary. Co-edited with Tara Nummedal.
(Essay) “Chasing Atalanta: Maier, Steganography, and the Secrets of Nature.”
In Furnace and Fugue.
Co-authored with Tara Nummedal in Furnace and Fugue.
(Essay) “Gershom Bulkeley and Colonial Chymistry: Reconstructing Spaces of Experiment from Laboratory Notebooks.”
In Spaces of Making and Thinking: Environments of Creative Labor in the Early Modern Period, eds. Colin Murray, Sophie Pitman, and Tianna Helena Uchacz (series: Cultural Histories of the Material World). New York: Bard Graduate Center, 2020.
“Gershom Bulkeley (1635-1713): A Sensory Chymist in Colonial Connecticut.”
The Recipes Project. 19 April 2018
“Blast from the Past: Atomic Age Jewelry and the Feminine Ideal.”
Distillations Magazine Vol.1, No.1 (Spring 2015): 34–37
Blast from the Past: Atomic Age Jewelry and the Feminine Ideal | Chemical Heritage Foundation
“The Crying of Lot 222: A Victorian Brooch Deconstructed.”
Ornamentum, Vol.31, No.1-2 (Spring/Summer 2014): 18-21