Natalie Kaoukji is a historian of science and medicine. She is a research fellow on the Casebooks Project and lectures in the Department on natural philosophy, early medicine and HEM papers. Her work is concerned principally with the way that writing, print and accessing the past are configured in early modern natural knowledge.
She wrote a PhD thesis on early modern flight and has held a Wellcome Trust Research Fellowship for work on writing and the prolongation of life. Areas of research interest include early modern technology; antiquarianism; airs and waters across medicine and natural philosophy; and cryptography and artificial language schemes.