Author pages are created from data sourced from our academic publisher partnerships and public sources.

Publications Influence

The Emergence of the American Mathematical Research Community, 1876-1900: J. J. Sylvester, Felix Klein, and E. H. Moore

- K. Parshall, D. Rowe
- Sociology, History
- 23 August 1994

1: An overview of American mathematics: 1776--1876. 2: A new departmental prototype: J. J. Sylvester and the Johns Hopkins University. 3: Mathematics at Sylvester's Hopkins. 4: German mathematics and… Expand

94 6

The American Mathematical Monthly (1894-1919): A New Journal in the Service of Mathematics and Its Educators

- K. Parshall
- Computer Science, Mathematics
- 2016

TLDR

24 5- PDF

Joseph H. M. Wedderburn and the structure theory of algebras

- K. Parshall
- Mathematics
- 1 September 1985

27 2

Perspectives on American mathematics

- K. Parshall
- Mathematics
- 26 June 2000

A research-level community of mathematicians developed in the United States in the closing quarter of the nineteenth century. Since that time, American mathematicians have regularly paused to assess… Expand

9 2- PDF

Toward a History of Nineteenth-Century Invariant Theory

- K. Parshall
- Mathematics
- 1989

Publisher Summary Before Gauss considered binary forms in his Disquisitiones Arithmeticae , Joseph-Louis Lagrange had encountered and dealt with the problem of transformation of homogeneous… Expand

31 1

Episodes in the history of modern algebra (1800-1950)

- J. Gray, K. Parshall
- Mathematics
- 31 August 2011

Acknowledgments by J. J. Gray and K. H. Parshall Introduction by J. J. Gray and K. H. Parshall Babbage and French Ideologie: Functional equations, language, and the analytical method by E. L. Ortiz… Expand

12 1- PDF

A historical sketch of B. L. van der Waerden’s work in algebraic geometry: 1926–1946

- J. Gray, K. Parshall
- Mathematics
- 31 August 2011

8 1- PDF

Mathematics in National Contexts (1875–1900): An International Overview

- K. Parshall
- Political Science
- 1995

Within the international mathematical community, the last three decades have witnessed a striking number of centennial celebrations. To name just a few, the London Mathematical Society (LMS) entered… Expand

8 1

Eliakim Hastings Moore and the founding of a mathematical community in America, 1892–1902

- K. Parshall
- Sociology
- 1 July 1984

Summary In 1892, Eliakim Hastings Moore accepted the task of building a mathematics department at the University of Chicago. Working in close conjuction with the other original department members,… Expand

22

Varieties as incipient species: Darwin's numerical analysis

- K. Parshall
- 1 June 1982

Charles Darwin claimed but little aptitude for mathematics. In his autobiography he lamented: "I attempted mathematics, and even went during the summer of 1828 with a private tutor (a very dull man)… Expand

9