Joel David Hamkins
Joel David Hamkins is Professor of Logic at Oxford University and Sir Peter Strawson Fellow in Philosophy at University College, Oxford. He has published widely in refereed research journals in mat
Theodore M Porter
Already by 1980, I was interested in diverse sites of knowledge-making--not just universities and academics, but mining boards, statistical agencies (notably census offices), engineering corps, and
My research examines the history, philosophy, and rhetoric of the ancient Greek physical and mathematical sciences, with a focus on the philosophical systems of ancient Greek mathematicians. My boo
Brian W Kernighan
Professor Brian W. Kernighan, who earned his doctoral degree in electrical engineering from Princeton in 1969, joined the department in 2000. Before returning to Princeton, he worked for 30 years a
Annette Imhausen is professor of the history of science at Goethe University, Frankfurt. She is the author of Egyptian Algorithms.
Professor Imhausen was born in 1970 in Rüsselsheim, Germany
Edward R Scheinerman
Edward R Scheinerman is professor of applied mathematics & statistics and Vice Dean for Faculty for Whiting School of Engineering at Johns Hopkins University.
Jonas is professor in statistics at the Department of Mathematical Sciences at the University of Copenhagen. Previously, he has been a group leader at the Max-Planck-Institute for Intelligent Syste
David M Bressoud
David Bressoud is Director of the Conference Board of the Mathematical Sciences. He is now Dewitt Wallace Professor Emeritus at Macalester College, having served on the faculty from 1994 to 2020.&n
Paul J Nahin
Paul J. Nahin is the author of many popular math books, including In Praise of Simple Physics, Dr. Euler’s Fabulous Formula, and An Imaginary Tale (all Princeton). He is professor emeritus of elect
Glen Van Brummelen
Glen is a historian of mathematics and astronomy in ancient and medieval cultures, sometimes described as the only historian of trigonometry in the world.
He is author of The Mathematic
Aubrey teaches graduate courses in the philosophy of probability and has written for publications like the Boston Globe, Nautilus, and Pacific Standard. He technically “worked on Wall Street” but o
MAtt Cook, Ph.D. is an economist, composer, Los Angeles Times bestselling author, and executive film producer based in Los Angeles. He tells stories through writing, music, magic, and numbers.
Piers Paul Read
Piers Paul Read was born on 7 March, 1941, in Beaconsfield, Buckinghamshire, the third son of the poet and art critic, Sir Herbert Read, and Margaret Ludwig, a musician of German, Scottish, Irish a
Dan Kurzman, a former foreign correspondent for The Washington Post, is the author of 16 books and the winner of five major literary and journalistic awards. His books include Fatal Voyage: The Sin
n 2005, I decided to devote myself to writing full-time and have produced nine books since then: The Other Mozart: The Life of the Famous Chevalier de Saint George published Fall 2006; Carnation, L
Todd Lewan joined the Associated Press as a correspondent in 1988.
In 1996 he became an editor on AP's international desk, and later a national features writer. In 1998 he received seve
Alvin Moscow worked as a journalist for the New York Times and the Associated Press, where he covered the court hearings that sought to determine the cause of the crash of two ocean liners, the And
Joan Druett is a New Zealand historian and novelist, specialising in maritime history. She was born in Nelson, and raised in Palmerston North, moving to New Zealand's capital city, Wellington, when
Erik Larson is the author of eight books, six of which became New York Times bestsellers. His latest books, The Splendid and the Vile: A Saga of Churchill, Family, and Defiance During the Blitz and
BILL STREEVER, a biologist, is the award winning and bestselling nature writer behind In Oceans Deep, Cold, Heat, and And Soon I Heard a Roaring Wind. He has worked on issues ranging from the envir