An American historian named Mordechai Feingold has recently come to my attention. He has caught my interest primarily because of the period he studies (medieval thru post-enlightenment), but also the nature of his work. He writes on the history of universities as well as science and culture from that period, in particular Isaac Newton. I came across his book The World of William and Mary: Anglo-Dutch Perspectives on the Revolution of 1688-1689 and thought it looked like an important read. For more information, click here to read a review from the Canadian Journal of History.