THE HISTORY OF WOMEN AND SCIENCE, HEALTH, AND TECHNOLOGY:
A BIBLIOGRAPHIC GUIDE TO THE PROFESSIONS AND THE DISCIPLINES

Mathematics, Statistics and Computer Science (748-849)


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Mathematics, Statistics and Computer Science (748-849)
 
This section covers women in mathematics, mathematical statistics, and the
development of computer science. Some of the entries concern research on sex
differences in mathematical ability and achievement.
 
REFERENCE
 
 748      Campbell, Paul J., and Grinstein, Louise S. "Women and Mathematics: A
Preliminary Selected Bibliography." PHILOSOPHIA MATHEMATICA 13/14 (1976/77):
171-203. A detailed list of seventy women mathematicians, providing birth and
death dates, nationality, areas of interest, and related reference material.
Includes extensive index of references in biographical dictionaries,
encyclopedias, books, and periodical literature
 
 749      Green, Judy, and LaDuke, Jeanne, and Perl, Teri H. "Women in
Mathematics." In THE HISTORY OF MATHEMATICS FROM ANTIQUITY TO THE PRESENT: A
SELECTED BIBLIOGRAPHY, ed. by Joseph W. Dauben, pp.428-434. New York: Garland,
1985.
 
 750      Grinstein, Louise S., and Campbell, Paul J., eds. WOMEN IN
MATHEMATICS: A BIOBIBLIOGRAPHIC SOURCEBOOK. Westport, CT: Greenwood, 1987.
Biographies and bibliographies of forty-three leading women mathematicians.
 
GENERAL
 
 751      Anderson, Margo. "The History of Women and the History of
Statistics." JOURNAL OF WOMEN'S HISTORY 4, no.1 (Spring 1992): 14-36.
 
 752      Arianrhod, Robyn. "Physics and Mathematics, Reality and Language:
Dilemmas for Feminists." In THE KNOWLEDGE EXPLOSION: GENERATIONS OF FEMINIST
SCHOLARSHIP, ed. Cheris Kramarae & Dale Spender, pp.41-53. New York: Teachers
College Press, 1992. Reviews the impact of feminism on physics and mathematics
since the late 1960s.
 
 753      ASSOCIATION FOR WOMEN IN MATHEMATICS NEWSLETTER. 1971--. 6/year. Box
178, Wellesley College, Wellesley, MA 02181. Contains many biographical
articles on women mathematicians and other articles on issues which concern
women and mathematics. Specifically historical articles appear starting in
1976.
 
 754      Eells, Walter Crosby. "American Doctoral Dissertations on Mathematics
and Astronomy Written by Women in the Nineteenth Century." THE MATHEMATICS
TEACHER 50, no.5 (May 1957): 374-376. Identifies eleven women Ph.D.'s.
 
 755      Eriksson, Inger V., Kitchenham, Barbara A., and Tijdens, Kea G., eds.
WOMEN, WORK, AND COMPUTERIZATION: UNDERSTANDING AND OVERCOMING BIAS IN WORK AND
EDUCATION: PROCEEDINGS OF THE IFIP TC9/WG 9.1 CONFERENCE ON WOMEN, WORK, AND
COMPUTERIZATION, HELSINKI, FINLAND, 30 JUNE-2 JULY 1991. New York: North-
Holland/Elsevier Science Pub. Co., 1991.
 
 756      Friedman, Batya. "Bringing Knowledge of Women Mathematicians into the
Mathematics Classroom." MATHEMATICS AND COMPUTER EDUCATION 24, no.3 (Fall
1990): 250-253. Chiefly contemporary.
 
 757      Gray, Mary. "Women in Mathematics." AMERICAN MATHEMATICAL MONTHLY 79
(1972): 475-479.
 
 758      Green, Judy. "American Women in Mathematics -- the First Ph.D.'s."
ASSOCIATION FOR WOMEN IN MATHEMATICS NEWSLETTER 8 (April 1978): 13-15.
 
 759      Green, Judy, and LaDuke, Jeanne. "Contributions to American
Mathematics: An Overview and Selection." In WOMEN OF SCIENCE: RIGHTING THE
RECORD, ed. by G. Kass-Simon & Patricia Farnes, pp.117-146. Bloomington, IN:
Indiana University Press, 1990.
 
 760      Green, Judy, and LaDuke, Jeanne. "Women in the American Mathematical
Community: The Pre-1940 Ph.D's." MATHEMATICAL INTELLIGENCER 9, no.1 (1987):
11-23.
 
 761      King, Amy C. "Woman Ph.D.'s in Mathematics in USA and Canada:
1886-1973." PHILOSOPHIA MATHEMATICA 13/14 (1976/77): 79-129. An incomplete
listing of Ph.D. earners, noting year of degree, degree-granting institution,
and area of specialization.
 
 762      Kroll, D. "Evidence from the Mathematics Teacher (1908-1920) on Women
and Mathematics." FOR THE LEARNING OF MATHEMATICS 5, no.2 (1985): 7-10.
 
 763      Perl, Teri. "The LADIES' DIARY or WOMAN'S ALMANACK, 1704-1841."
HISTORIA MATHEMATICA 6, no.1 (February 1979): 36-53.
 
 764      Perry, Ruth, and Greber, Lisa. "Women and Computers: An
Introduction." SIGNS: JOURNAL OF WOMEN IN CULTURE AND SOCIETY 16, no.1 (Autumn
1990): 74-101. Includes discussion of women's roles in the development of the
computer.
 
 765      PHILOSOPHIA MATHEMATICA 13/14 (1976/77); Special Issue: "Women and
Mathematics: A Critical Inquiry."
 
 766      Rappaport, Karen D. "Sexual Roles and Mathematical Expectations."
MATHEMATICAL ASSOCIATION OF TWO YEAR COLLEGES JOURNAL 12, no.3 (Fall 1978):
195-198.
 
 767      Rothman, Patricia. "Genius, Gender, and Culture: Women Mathematicians
of the 19th Century." INTERDISCIPLINARY SCIENCE REVIEW 13 (1988): 64-72.
 
 768      Stinnett, Sandra. "Women in Statistics: Sesquicentennial Activities
(Part of a Special Issue on: American Statistical Association History)." THE
AMERICAN STATISTICIAN 44, no.2 (May 1990): 74-80.
 
 769      Turkle, Sherry. "Women and Computer Programming: A Different
Approach." TECHNOLOGY REVIEW 87, no.8 (November/December 1984): 48-50.
 
 770      Wallis, Ruth, and Wallis, Peter. "Female Philomaths." HISTORIA
MATHEMATICA 7, no.1 (February 1980): 57-64.
 
 771      Whitman, Betsey S. "Women in the American Mathematical Society before
1900." ASSOCIATION FOR WOMEN IN MATHEMATICS NEWSLETTER 13, no.5
(September/October 1983): 7-9. Discusses twenty-two women who joined the AMS
between its founding in 1888 and 1900.
 
 772      "Women Mathematicians before 1950." ASSOCIATION FOR WOMEN IN
MATHEMATICS NEWSLETTER 9, no.4 (July/August 1979): 9-11.
 
 773      WOMEN OF COMPUTER HISTORY: FORGOTTEN PIONEERS. Wilmington, DE: The
Institute, 1989.
 
BIOGRAPHIES AND STUDIES OF INDIVIDUALS
 
NOTE: See NOTABLE AMERICAN WOMEN, edited by Edward T. James, et al. (3 vols.,
Cambridge: Harvard University Press, 1971), for biographies of Christine Ladd-
Franklin and Charlotte Angas Scott, and NOTABLE AMERICAN WOMEN: THE MODERN
PERIOD, edited by Barbara Sicherman and Carol Hurd Green (Cambridge: Harvard
University Press, 1980) for sketches of Irmgard Flugge-Lotz, Hilda Geiringer,
Margaret Hagood, Catherine Stern, and Anna Johnson Pell Wheeler. Nineteen
mathematicians are covered in Patricia Joan Siegel and Kay Thomas Finley's
WOMEN IN THE SCIENTIFIC SEARCH: AN AMERICAN BIO-BIBLIOGRAPHY, 1724-1979, and
seven in BLACK WOMEN IN AMERICA: AN HISTORICAL ENCYCLOPEDIA, edited by Darlene
Clark Hine (2 vols., Brooklyn: Carlson, 1993). See entries in the DICTIONARY OF
SCIENTIFIC BIOGRAPHY, edited by Charles Coulston Gillespie (New York: Scribner,
1970 and subsequent eds.), for Maria Agnesi, Emilie du Chatelet, Sophie
Germain, Hypatia, Sofia Kovalevskaia, and Emmy Noether. The ASSOCIATION FOR
WOMEN IN MATHEMATICS NEWSLETTER regularly features biographical profiles; some
are cited below.
 
 774      Abir-Am, Pnina 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, ed. Pnina G. Abir-Am
and Dorinda Outram, pp.239-280. New Brunswick, NJ: Rutgers University Press,
1987.
 
 775      Anand, Kailash. "Cypra Cecilia Krieger and the Human Side of
Mathematics." Montreal: Vehicule Press; Buffalo, NY: U.S. distributor,
University of Toronto Press, 1990. DESPITE THE ODDS: ESSAYS ON CANADIAN WOMEN
AND SCIENCE, ed. by Marianne Gosztonyi Ainley, pp.248-251.
 
 776      Anderson, R. L., et al. "Gertrude M. Cox -- A Modern Pioneer in
Statistics." BIOMETRICS 35 (1979): 3-7.
 
 777      Angluin, Dana. "Lady Lovelace and the Analytical Engine." ASSOCIATION
FOR WOMEN IN MATHEMATICS NEWSLETTER 6, no.1 (January 1976): 5-10; 6, no.2
(February 1976): 6-8.
 
 778      Archibald, Raymon Clare. "Women as Mathematicians and Astronomers."
AMERICAN MATHEMATICAL MONTHLY 25, no.3 (March 1918): 136-139. Suggested topics
for undergraduate mathematics club programs.  Brief biographical information.
 
 779      Baum, Joan. THE CALCULATING PASSION OF ADA BYRON. Hamden, CT: Archon
Books, 1986.
 
 780      Brewer, James W, and Smith, Martha K. EMMY NOETHER: A TRIBUTE TO HER
LIFE AND WORK." New York: Marcel Dekker, 1981.
 
 781      Bromberg, Howard. "Grace Murray Hopper: A Remembrance." IEEE SOFTWARE
9, no.3 (May 1992): 103. U.S. Navy Rear Admiral Hopper (d. January 1, 1992) was
the co-inventor of the computer language COBOL. Obituaries also appeared in
COMMUNICATIONS OF THE ACM 32, no.4 (April 1992): 128; DIGITAL REVIEW 9, no.2
(January 20, 1992): 40; FEDERAL COMPUTER WEEK 6, no.1 (January 13, 1992): 26;
IEEE SOFTWARE 9, no.2 (March 1992): 95, and elsewhere.
 
 782      Bucciarelli, Louis L., and Dworsky, Nancy. SOPHIE GERMAIN: AN ESSAY
IN THE HISTORY OF THE THEORY OF ELASTICITY. Dordrecht: Reidel, 1980. Studies in
the History of Modern Science, 6. Sophie Germain (1776-1831) of France won a
competition sponsored by the French Academy of Science in 1809 for her analysis
of the modes of vibration of elastic surfaces.
 
 783      Cameron, Alan. "Isidore of Miletus and Hypatia: On the Editing of
Mathematical Texts." GREEK, ROMAN AND BYZANTINE STUDIES 31 (1990): 103-127.
 
 784      Cantwell, Catherine. "BU Math Professor's Life Filled with Firsts."
ASSOCIATION FOR WOMEN IN MATHEMATICS NEWSLETTER 16, no.4 (July/August 1986):
8-9. Black American mathematician.
 
 785      Chowdhury, M. R., and Koblitz, Ann Hibner. "Koblitz, Klein and
Kovalevskaia (discussion)." THE MATHEMATICAL INTELLIGENCER 8, no.4 (1986):
68-72.
 
 786      Cooke, Roger. "Sonya Kovalevskaya's Place in Nineteenth Century
Mathematics." Providence, RI: American Mathematical Society, 1986. THE LEGACY
OF SONYA KOVALEVSKAYA: PROCEEDINGS OF A SYMPOSIUM, ed. Linda Keen, pp.17-51.
 
 787      Coolidge, Julian L. "Six Female Mathematicians." SCRIPTA MATHEMATICA
17, no.1/2 (March-June 1951): 20-31. Biographies of Hypatia, Maria Agnesi,
Emilie du Chatelet, Mary Somerville, Sophie Germain, and Sofya Kovalevskaya.
 
 788      Dahan-Dalmedico, Amy. "Sophie Germain." SCIENTIFIC AMERICAN 265
(December 1991): 116-120+.
 
 789      Dana, Rosamond, and Hilton, Peter J. "Mina Rees." In MATHEMATICAL
PEOPLE, ed. by Donald J. Albers and G. L. Alexanderson, pp.256-267. Boston:
Birkhauser, 1985. Interview with first woman president of the AAAS.
 
 790      Dick, August. EMMY NOETHER, 1882-1935. Boston: Birkhauser, 1981.
 
 791      DuBreil-Jacotin, Marie-Louise. "Women Mathematicians." In GREAT
CURRENTS IN MATHEMATICAL THOUGHT, ed. by F. LeLionnais, vol.1, pp.168-180. New
York: Dover, 1971. Translation of 1962 French edition. Short biographies of
Agnesi, Germain, Somerville, Kovalevskaya, and Noether.
 
 792      Eggleston, H. G. "Winifred L. C. Sargent." BULLETIN OF THE LONDON
MATHEMATICAL SOCIETY 13, no.2 (March 1981): 173-176. Repr. in ASSOCIATION FOR
WOMEN IN MATHEMATICS NEWSLETTER 13, no.1 (January/February 1983): 7-10.
 
 793      Farquhar, Diane, and Mary-Rose, Lynn. WOMEN SUM IT UP: BIOGRAPHICAL
SKETCHES OF WOMEN MATHEMATICIANS. Christchurch, New Zealand: Hazard Press,
1989.
 
 794      Gilbert, Lynn, and Moore, Gaylen. PARTICULAR PASSIONS: TALKS WITH
WOMEN WHO HAVE SHAPED OUR TIMES. New York: Crown, 1981. Pp. 58-63, Grace
Brewster Murray Hopper, mathematician and computer software designer known as
"the mother of COBOL."
 
 795      Grattan-Guinness, Ivor. "A Mathematical Union: William Henry and
Grace Chishom Young." ANNALS OF SCIENCE 29, no.2 (August 1972): 105-186.
 
 796      Gray, Mary. "Sophie Germain: A Bicentennial Appreciation."
ASSOCIATION FOR WOMEN IN MATHEMATICS NEWSLETTER 6, no.6 (September/October
1976): 10-14.
 
 797      Grinstein, Louise S., and Campbell, Paul J. "Anna Johnson Pell
Wheeler: Her Life and Work." HISTORIA MATHEMATICA 9, no.1 (February 1982):
37-53.
 
 798      Grinstein, Louise S. "Some `Forgotten' Women of Mathematics: A Who
Was Who." PHILOSOPHIA MATHEMATICA 13/14 (1976/77): 73-78. Short professional
profiles of a dozen mathematicians.
 
 799      Hamel, Frank. AN EIGHTEENTH-CENTURY MARQUISE: A STUDY OF EMILIE DU
CHATELET AND HER TIMES. New York: J. Pott, 1911.
 
 800      Huskey, Velma R., and Huskey, Harry D. "Lady Lovelace and Charles
Babbage." ANNALS OF THE HISTORY OF COMPUTING 2, no.4 (1980): 299-329.
Reproduces and comments on correspondence between Lovelace and Babbage.
 
 801      Iacobacci, Rora F. "Women of Mathematics." ARITHMETIC TEACHER 17,
no.4 (April 1970): 316-324. Short biographies of Hypatia, Maria Agnesi, Sophie
Germain, Sophia Kovalevskaya, and Emmy Noether. Also in MATHEMATICS TEACHER 63,
no.4 (April 1970): 329-337.
 
 802      Iltis, Carolyn Merchant. "Madame du Chatelet's Metaphysics and
Mechanics." STUDIES IN HISTORY AND PHILOSOPHY OF SCIENCE 8 (1977): 29-48.
 
 803      Jones, Burton W., and Rosenbaum, Robert A. "Louise Johnson
Rosenbaum." ASSOCIATION FOR WOMEN IN MATHEMATICS NEWSLETTER 12, no.4
(July/August 1982): 16-19.
 
 804      Keen, Linda, ed. THE LEGACY OF SONYA KOVALEVSKAYA: PROCEEDINGS OF A
SYMPOSIUM SPONSORED BY THE ASSOCIATION FOR WOMEN IN MATHEMATICS AND THE MARY
INGRAHAM BUNTING INSTITUTE, OCTOBER 25-28, 1985. Providence: American
Mathematical Society, 1986.
 
 805      Kennedy, Don H. LITTLE SPARROW: A PORTRAIT OF SOPHIA KOVALEVSKY.
Athens, OH: Ohio University Press, 1983.
 
 806      Kenschaft, Patricia C. "Black Men and Women in Mathematical
Research." JOURNAL OF BLACK STUDIES 18, no.2 (December 1987): 170-190.
Discusses notable Black American mathematicians including Gloria Conyers
Hewitt.
 
 807      Kenschaft, Patricia C. "Black Women in Mathematics in the United
States." AMERICAN MATHEMATICAL MONTHLY 88, no.8 (October 1981): 592-604.
Twenty-one brief biographies. Repr. with photographs added in JOURNAL OF
AFRICAN CIVILIZATIONS 4, no.1 (April 1982): 63-83.
 
 808      Kenschaft, Patricia C. "Charlotte Angas Scott, 1858-1931."
ASSOCIATION FOR WOMEN IN MATHEMATICS NEWSLETTER 7, no.6 (November/December
1977): 9-10; 8, no.1 (April 1978): 11-12.
 
 809      Kenschaft, Patricia C. "Charlotte Angas Scott, 1858-1931." THE
COLLEGE MATHEMATICS JOURNAL 18 (March 1987): 98-110. Includes bibliography.
 
 810      Kenschaft, Patricia C. "Women in Mathematics Around 1900." SIGNS 7,
no.4 (Summer 1982): 906-909.
 
 811      Kimberling, Clark H. "Emmy Noether." AMERICAN MATHEMATICAL MONTHLY
79, no.2 (February 1972): 136-149.
 
 812      Koblitz, Ann Hibner. "Careers and Home Life in the 1880s: The Choices
of Mathematician Sofia Kovalevskaia." In UNEASY CAREERS AND INTIMATE LIVES:
WOMEN IN SCIENCE, 1789-1979, ed. Pnina G. Abir-Am and Dorinda Outram,
pp.172-190. New Brunswick, NJ: Rutgers University Press, 1987.
 
 813      Koblitz, Ann Hibner. "Changing Views of Sofia Kovalevskaia." In THE
LEGACY OF SONYA KOVALEVSKAYA: PROCEEDINGS OF A SYMPOSIUM, ed. Linda Keen,
pp.53-76. Providence, RI: American Mathematical Society, 1986.
 
 814      Koblitz, Ann Hibner. A CONVERGENCE OF LIVES: SOFIA KOVALEVSKAIA:
SCIENTIST, WRITER, REVOLUTIONARY. New Brunswick, NJ: Rutgers, 1993. Rev. ed.
 
 815      Koblitz, Ann Hibner. "Elizaveta Fedorovna Litvinova (1845-1919) --
Russian Mathematician and Pedagogue." ASSOCIATION FOR WOMEN IN MATHEMATICS
NEWSLETTER 14, no.1 (January/February 1984): 13-17.
 
 816      Koblitz, Ann Hibner. "Sofia Kovalevskaia -- A Biographical Sketch."
THE LEGACY OF SONYA KOVALEVSKAYA: PROCEEDINGS OF A SYMPOSIUM, ed. Linda Keen,
pp.3-16. Providence, RI: American Mathematical Society, 1986.
 
 817      Koblitz, Ann Hibner. "Sofia Kovalevskaia and the Mathematical
Community." MATHEMATICAL INTELLIGENCER 6, no.1 (1984): 20-29.
 
 818      Kochina, P. Ia., Ishlinsky, A. Yu., and Sokolovskaya, Z. K., eds.
LOVE AND MATHEMATICS: SOFYA KOVALEVSKAYA. Moscow: Mir, 1985.
 
 819      Kovalevskaya, Sofya. A RUSSIAN CHILDHOOD. New York: Springer, 1978.
Autobiographical novel, first published in 1889.
 
 820      Kramer, Edna E. "Six More Female Mathematicians." SCRIPTA MATHEMATICA
23, no.1/4 (1957): 83-95. Short biographies.
 
 821      Ladd-Franklin, Christine. "Sophie Germain: An Unknown Mathematician."
CENTURY 48 (October 1894): 946-949. Repr. in ASSOCIATION FOR WOMEN IN
MATHEMATICS NEWSLETTER 11, no.3 (May/June 1981): 7-11.
 
 822      Love, Rosaleen. "`Alice in Eugenics-Land': Feminism and Eugenics in
the Scientific Careers of Alice Lee and Ethel Elderton." ANNALS OF SCIENCE 36
(1979): 145-158.
 
 823      Mary Thomas a Kempis, Sister. "The Walking Polyglot." SCRIPTA
MATHEMATICA 6, no.4 (December 1939): 211-217. On Maria Gaetana Agnesi.
 
 824      Mitford, Nancy. VOLTAIRE IN LOVE London: Hamish Hamilton, 1957.
Detailed biography of the Marquise du Chatelet, based on manuscripts and
published materials.
 
 825      Morris, Edie, and Harkleroad, Leon. "Rozsa Peter: Recursive Function
Theory's Founding Mother." THE MATHEMATICAL INTELLIGENCER 12 (Winter 1990): 59+
 
 826      Narek, Diane. "A Woman Scientist Speaks." New York: New American
Library, 1970. VOICES FROM WOMEN'S LIBERATION, ed. by Leslie R. Tanner,
pp.325-329. A personal account of how one woman became a mathematician despite
alienation and lack of support.
 
 827      Osen, Lynn M. WOMEN IN MATHEMATICS. Cambridge: MIT Press, 1974.
Biographies of Hypatia (370-415), Maria Agnesi (1718-1799), Emilie de Breteuil
(1706-1749), Caroline Herschel (1750-1848), Mary Somerville (1780-1872), Sofya
Kovalevskaya (1850-1891), and Emmy Noether (1882-1935). Repr. in 1988.
 
 828      Patterson, Elizabeth C. "Mary Somerville." BRITISH JOURNAL FOR THE
HISTORY OF SCIENCE 4, no.16 (1969): 311-339.
 
 829      Patterson, Elizabeth C. MARY SOMERVILLE, 1780-1872. New York: Oxford
University Press, 1979.
 
 830      Patterson, Elizabeth C. MARY SOMERVILLE AND THE CULTIVATION OF
SCIENCE, 1815-1840. The Hague: Nijhoff, 1983. International Archives for the
History of Ideas, 102
 
 831      Polubarinova-Kochina, P. Ia. LOVE AND MATHEMATICS: SOFYA
KOVALEVSKAYA. Moscow: Mir, 1985.
 
 832      Rappaport, Karen D. "Rediscovering Women Mathematicians."
MATHEMATICAL ASSOCIATION OF TWO YEAR COLLEGES JOURNAL 13, no. 1,2,3 (Winter-
Fall 1979). Part I: Winter 1979; Part II: Spring 1979: 94-97; Part III: Fall
1979: 174-178.
 
 833      Rappaport, Karen D. "S. Kovalevsky: A Mathematical Lesson." AMERICAN
MATHEMATICAL MONTHLY 88, no.8 (October 1981): 564-574.
 
 834      Reid, Constance. "The Autobiography of Julia Robinson." COLLEGE
MATHEMATICS JOURNAL 17, no.1 (January 1986): 2-21. Robinson was the first
female mathematician elected to the National Academy of Sciences, and the first
woman president of the American Mathematical Society.
 
 835      Rist, John. "Hypatia." PHOENIX 19, no.3 (1965): 214-225.
 
 836      Sampson, J. H. "Sophie Germain and the Theory of Numbers." ARCHIVE
FOR HISTORY OF EXACT SCIENCES 41 (1990): 157-161.
 
 837      Smorynski, C. "Julia Robinson, In Memoriam." THE MATHEMATICAL
INTELLIGENCER 8, no.2 (1986): 77-79.
 
 838      Somerville, Martha. PERSONAL RECOLLECTIONS FROM EARLY LIFE TO OLD
AGE, OF MARY SOMERVILLE. WITH SELECTIONS FROM HER CORRESPONDENCE. Boston:
Roberts Brothers, 1876. Includes portraits.
 
 839      Srinivasan, Bhama, and Sally, Judith D., eds. EMMY NOETHER IN BRYN
MAWR: PROCEEDINGS OF A SYMPOSIUM SPONSORED BY THE ASSOCIATION FOR WOMEN IN
MATHEMATICS IN HONOR OF EMMY NOETHER'S 100TH BIRTHDAY. New York: Springer-
Verlag, 1983.
 
 840      Srinivasan, Bhama. "Ruth Moufang, 1905-1977." THE MATHEMATICAL
INTELLIGENCER 6, no.2 (1984): 51-55.
 
 841      Stein, Dorothy. ADA: A LIFE AND A LEGACY. Cambridge, MA: MIT Press,
1985. Biography of Ada Lovelace.
 
 842      Stillman, Beatrice. "Sofya Kovalevskaya: Growing Up in the Sixties."
RUSSIAN LITERATURE TRIQUARTERLY 9 (Spring 1974): 276-302.
 
 843      Tee, Garry J. "The Pioneering Women Mathematicians." MATHEMATICAL
CHRONICLE 10, no.1/2 (January 1981): 31-56. Summarizes the lives of Hypatia,
Emilie du Chatelet, Maria Agnesi, Sophie Germain, Mary Somerville, and Ada
Lovelace. Repr. in MATHEMATICAL INTELLIGENCER 5, no.4 (1983): 27-36.
 
 844      Toole, Betty. ADA, THE ENCHANTRESS OF NUMBERS: A SELECTION FROM THE
LETTERS OF LORD BYRON'S DAUGHTER AND HER DESCRIPTION OF THE FIRST COMPUTER.
Sausalito, CA: Strawberry Press, 1992. P.O. Box 452, Sausalito, CA 94966.
Letters of the first programmer, Ada Lovelace.
 
 845      Troemel-Ploetz, Senta. "Mileva Einstein-Maric -- The Woman Who Did
Einstein's Mathematics." WOMEN'S STUDIES INTERNATIONAL FORUM 13, no.5 (1990):
415-432.
 
 846      Truesdell, C. "Maria Gaetana Agnesi." ARCHIVE FOR HISTORY OF EXACT
SCIENCES 40 (1989): 113-142.
 
 847      Weyl, Hermann. "Emmy Noether." SCRIPTA MATHEMATICA 3, no.3 (July
1935): 201-220.
 
 848      Whitman, Betsey S. "An American Woman in Gottingen." THE MATHEMATICAL
INTELLIGENCER 15 (Winter 1993): 60-62. On 1893 mathematics student Mary Frances
Winston.
 
 849      Wiegand, Sylvia. "Grace Chisholm Young." ASSOCIATION FOR WOMEN IN
MATHEMATICS NEWSLETTER 7, no.3 (May/June 1977): 5-10.


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