Agnes Scott College

References about Women Mathematicians

Books and Articles

  1. Abir-Am, Phina G. "Synergy or Clash: Disciplinary and Marital Strategies in the Career of Mathematical Biologist Dorothy Wrinch," in Uneasy Careers and Intimate Lives: Women in Science 1789-1979, Phina G. Abir-Am and Dorinda Outram, Editors, Rutgers University Press, 1987, 239-280.
  2. Abir-Am, Phina G. "Dorothy Maud Wrinch (1894-1976)," in Women in Chemistry and Physics: A Biobibliographic Sourcebook, edited by Louise S. Grinstein, Rose K. Rose, and Miriam H. Rafailovich, Greenwood Press, 1993, 605-612.
  3. Adamek, Jeri. "A Farewell to Evelyn Nelson," Cahiers de topologie et geometrie differentielle categorieques (1988), 171-174.
  4. Albers, Don. "Making Connections: A Profile of Fan Chung," Math Horizons, September 1995, 14-18.
  5. Albers, D. and G.L. Alexanderson. Mathematical People: Profiles and Interviews, Birkhauser, 1985.
    Contains interview with Mina Rees, Olga Taussky-Todd.
  6. Albers, D., G.L. Alexanderson and C. Reid, More Mathematical People: Contemporary Conversations.
    Contains conversations with Cathleen Morawetz, Julia Robinson, and Mary Ellen Rudin. The one of Julia Robinson is a reprint of the article by Constance Reid in the College Mathematics Journal with a correction to a mathematical misstatement and with better photos.
  7. Albers, D. and C. Reid. "An Interview with Mary Ellen Rudin," College Mathematics Journal, March 1988.
  8. Albers, Donald J. "Still Questioning Authority: An Interview with Jean Taylor," The College Mathematics Journal, Vol 27, No. 4 (September 1996), 250-266.
  9. Albree, Joe and Scott H. Brown. "A valuable monument of mathematical genius: The Ladies' Diary (1704--1840)", Historia Math., Vol. 36, no. 1 (2009), 10-47.
  10. Aleksandrov, A. D., A. P. Oskolokov, N. N. Uraltseva, and L. D. Faddeev. "Olga Aleksandrovna Ladyzhenskaya (On the Occasion of her Sixtieth Birthday)," Russian Mathematical Surveys 38 no. 5 (1983), 171-181. [Reprinted in AWM Newsletter, Vol. 15, no. 2 (1985), 12-20.]
  11. Alexanderson, Gerald L. "About the Cover: Sophie Germain and a Problem in Number Theory," Bull.Amer. Math. Soc. 49, No. 2 (2012), 327-331.
  12. Alexanderson, Gerald L. "About the Cover: Maria Gaetana Agnesi—A Divided Life," Bulletin of the American Mathematical Society, Vol. 5, No. 1 (January 2013), 147-152.
  13. Alic, Margaret. "Women and technology in ancient Alexandria: Maria and Hypatia," Women's Studies Int. Quart., Vol. 4 (1981), 305-312.
  14. Alic, Margaret. Hypatia's Heritage: A History of Women in Science from Antiquity through the Nineteenth Century, Beacon Press, Boston. [Agnesi, Chatelet, Germain, Lovelace, Kovalevsky]
  15. Anand, Kailash. "Hanna Neumann: A great woman mathematician from down under," Newsletter of the Association for Women in Mathematics, Vol 18, No. 1 (1988), 10-13.
  16. Anand, Kailash K. "Canadian Women Mathematicians from the Early Nineteenth Century to 1960–A More Comprehensive Study," Canadian Mathematical Society Notes 21 no. 5 (1989), 31-42.
  17. Anand, Kailash K. "Cypra Cecilia Krieger and the Human Side of Mathematics," in Despite the Odds-Essays on Canadian Women and Science, Marianne Ainley (ed.), Vehicule Press, 1990, 248-251.
  18. Anderson, Margo. "The History of Women and the History of Statistics." Journal of Women's History. 1992, 4: 14-36.
  19. Anderson, R.L., et al. "Gertrude M. Cox–A modern pioneer in statistics," Biometrics 35 (1979), 3-7.
  20. Anderson, Richard L. "Gertude Mary Cox, January 13, 1900-October 17, 1978." Biographical Memoirs of the National Academy of Science. 1990, 59: 117-132.
  21. Angier, Natalie. "The Mighty Mathematician You've Never Heard Of," New York Times Science section, page D4, March 27, 2012 (print edition). Available online March 26, 2012 [Emmy Noether]
  22. Angluin, Dana. "Lady Lovelace and the Analytical Engine." Association for Women in Mathematics Newsletter. 1976, 6: 6-8. [Augusta Ada Byron, Lady Lovelace]
  23. Angwin, Julia. "For the love of her subject-Marina Ratner's energetic path in mathematics," Quantum, July/August 1994, 44.
  24. Annellis, Irving H. "A personal retrospective on the tenth anniversary of the death of Evelyn M. Nelson, 1943-1987," Modern Logic, Vol. 7, No. 3/4 (July/December 1997), 268-271.
  25. Anzoletti, Luisa. Maria Gaetane Agnesi. Milan: L.F. Cogliati, 1990. [Maria Agnesi]
  26. Archibald, Rayman Clare. "Women as Mathematicians and Astronomers." American Mathematical Monthly. 1918, 25: 136-139.
  27. Arianrhod, Robyn. Seduced by logic. Emilie Du Chatelet, Mary Somerville and the Newtonian Revolution, Oxford University Press, Oxford, 2012. iv+338pp. 978-0-19-993161-3.
  28. Armstrong, Jane M. Achievement and participation of women in mathematics: an overview, Education Commission of the State, Denver, Colorado, 1980.
  29. Audin, Michele. Remembering Sofya Kovalevskaya, Translated from the 2008 French original. Springer, London, 2011. x+284pp.
  30. Avelsgaard, Carol. "Women in Mathematics: The Silent Minority," The Mathematical Intelligencer, 10(4) 1988, 32-34.
  31. Bailey, Martha J. American Women in Science: A Biographical Dictionary, ABC-CLIO, 1994.
  32. Banaschewski, B. "Evelyn M. Nelson: An Appreciation," Algebra Universalis, 26 (1989), 259-266.
  33. Barrow-Grenn, June. "1999 Anniversaries: Maria Gaetana Agnesi (d. 1799)," European Mathematical Society Newsletter, March 1999, Issue 31, 18-19.
  34. Bartol, W., E. Orlowska, and A. Skowron. "Helena Rasiowa, 1917-1994," Bulletin of the European Association for Theoretical Computer Science, Vol. 62 (1997), 353-366.
  35. Basalla, George. "Mary Somerville: a neglected popularizer of science," New Scientist, Vol. 18, No. 329 (March 7, 1963), 531-533.
  36. Baum, Joan. The Calculating Passion of Ada Bryon. Hamden, CT: Archon Books, 1986.
  37. Becvarova, Martina. "Women and mathematics at the universities in Prague in the first half of the 20th century," Antiq. Math. 10 (2016), 133--167.
  38. Bernstein, Dorothy. "Women Mathematicians before 1950," AWM Newsletter, Vol. 9, No. 4 (1979), 9-11. [Reprint in Complexities: Women in Mathematics, Bettye Anne Case and Anne Leggett, Editors, Princeton University Press (2005), 204-205.]
  39. Benkart, Georgia et. al. "A Tribute to Alice Turner Schafer," Association for Women in Mathematics Newsletter, Vol. 40, No. 1 (January-February 2010), 1-12.
  40. Benkart, Georgia, with Mirna Dzamonja and Judith Roitman, Coordinating Editors, "Memories of Mary Ellen Rudin", Notices of the American Mathematical Society, Vol. 62, No. 6 (June/July 2015), 617-629
  41. Bidenkapp, Georg. Sophie Germain, ein weiblicher Denker. Jena: H.W. Schmidt, G. Tauscher, 1910. [Sophie Germain]
  42. Billard, L. and Marianne A. Ferber. "Elizabeth Scott: Scholar, Teacher, Administrator," Statistical Science, Vol. 6, No. 2 (May 1991), 206-216.
  43. Billings, Charlene W. Grace Hopper: Navy Admiral and Computer Pioneer, Enslow Publishers, Inc., 1989.
  44. Birman, J.S., D. Haimo, S. Landau, B. Srinivasan, V. Pless, and J. E. Taylor. "In her own words: Six mathematicians reflect on their lives and careers," Notices of the American Mathematical Society 38 no. 7 (1991), 702-706.
  45. Bjork, J.E. "Sonja Kovalevsky: Her Life and Professorship at Stockholm," in Operator Methods in Ordinary and Partial Differential Equations: S.Kovalevsky Symposium, University of Stockholm, June 2000, part of the seriesOperator Theory: Advances and Applications, Vol. 132, Birkhauser Verlag, 2002, 11-53.
  46. Blum, Lenore. "Women in Mathematics: An International Perspective, Eight Years Later," The Mathematical Intelligencer, 9(2) 1987, 28-32.
  47. Blum, Lenore. "A brief history of the Association for Women in Mathematics: The Presidents' perspective," Notices of the American Mathematical Society 38 no. 7 (1991), 738-754.
  48. Bodanis, David. E=mc2: A Biography of the World's Most Famous Equation, Walker and Company, 2000, p55-69. [Emilie du Chatalet]
  49. Bogovskii, M.E. et al. "Vera Nikolaevna Maslennikova (on her 60th birthday)," Association for Women in Mathematics Newsletter, 19(2) (Mar/Apr 1989), 10-11.
  50. Bolling, Reinhard. "...Deine Sonia: a reading from a burned letter," The Mathematical Intelligencer, Vol. 14, No. 3 (1992), 23-30. [Sonia Kovalevskaya]
  51. Bolling, Reinhard. "An Unknown Photograph of Kovalevskaya," Mathematical Intelligencer, Vol. 20, No. 2 (1998), 27-28.
  52. Boyer, M. Jacques. "Sketch of Maria Agnesi," Popular Science Monthly, Vol. 53 (1898).
  53. Brewer, J. and M. Smith, eds. Emmy Noether: A Tribute to Her Life and Work, Monographs and Textbooks in Pure and Applied Mathematics, No. 69, Marcel Dekker, 1982.
  54. Brigaglia, Aldo. "Emmy Noether: the mother of algebra," Mathematical Lives, 43-52, Springer, Berlin, 2011.
  55. Brillhart, John, "Emma Lehmer 1906-2007", Notices of the American Mathematical Society, Vol 54, No. 11 (December 2007), 1500-1501.
  56. Brittain, James E. "From Computer to Electrical Engineer – the Remarkable Career of Edith Clarke," IEEE Transactions on Education, Vol. E28, No. 4 (November 1985), 184-189.
  57. Bromberg, H. "Grace Hopper: A Remembrance," IEEE Software 9 no.3 (1992), 103.
  58. Bruckner, Andrew M.; Thomson, Brian S. "Real variable contributions of G. C. Young and W. H. Young," Expositiones Mathematicae, Vol. 19, no. 4 (2001), 337-358.
  59. Bucciarelli, Louis, and L.N. Dworsky. Sophie Germain: An Essay in the History of the Theory of Elasticity. Dordrecht, Holland; Boston: D. Reidel Pub. Co., Studies in the History of Modern Science, 6, 1980.
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  61. Cameron, Leon. "Isidore of Miletus and Hypatia of Alexandria: On the Editing of Mathematical Texts." Greek, Roman and Byzantine Studies. 1990, 31: 103-127.
  62. Carey, Charles W. "Dorothy Maud Wrinch," in American National Biography, Vol. 24, Oxford University Press, 1999, 69-71.
  63. Carswell, Catherine, BU math professor's life filled with firsts, Times-Herald [Waco], February 26, 1986; reprinted, AWM Newsletter, July/Aug 1986, pp.8-9. [Vivienne Malone-Mayes]
  64. Carter, Ellis Warren. "Sophie Kovalevksy," Fortnightly Review, Vol. 63 (1895), 767-783.
  65. Cartwright, M.L. "Grace Chisholm Young," Journal London Mathematical Society 19(1944), 185-191.
  66. Cartwright, M.L. "Sheila Scott Macintyre," Journal London Mathematical Society 36(1961), 254-256.
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  68. Case, Bettye Anne. "Anna Johnson Pell Wheeler: Colloquium Lecturer, 1927," Newsletter of the AWM, Vol 12, No. 4 (July/August 1982), 4-13. [Proceedings of the Symposium held on August 20, 1980, at Ann Arbor, MI.]
  69. Case, Betty Anne and Anne M. Leggett, Editors. Complexities: Women in Mathematics, Princeton University Press, 2005.
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  72. Chaperon, Marc. "En souvenir de Paulette Libermann, II" (In memory of Paulette Libermann, II), Gazette des Mathématiciens, No. 123 (2010), 49-66
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  79. Chinn, Phyllis Zweig. Women in Science and Mathematics Bibliography. Arcata, CA: Humboldt State University Foundation, 1979.
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  81. Chowdhury, M.R., and Ann Hiber Koblitz. "Koblitz, Klein and Kovalevskaia (Discussion)." The Mathematical Intelligencer. 1986, 8: 68-72.
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  86. Cohen, I. B. "Florence Nightingale," Scientific American, 250 (March 1984),128-137.
  87. Colt, Elizabeth. "The Graceful Admiral," Association of Women for Mathematics, 17(1) (Jan/Feb 1987), 7-8. Reprinted from the Boston Globe, June 21, 1986.
  88. Cooney, Miriam (editor). Celebrating Women in Mathematics and Science, National Council of Teachers of Mathematics, 1996,
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