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James Clerk Maxwell: Perspectives on his Life and Work Hardcover – March 16, 2014


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This selection of highly detailed essays from academic physicists, mathematicians and historians of science seeks to do justice to Maxwell from many perspectives, looking at his life, his science, his mathematical abilities, his poetry and his religious faith. Christine Evans-Pughe, Engineering&Technology, The same editorial team produced a wonderful book on another great Scottish Victorian mathematician, Lord Kelvin, and this new collection of essaus looks equally enticing. Tony Mann, Times Higher Education

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Raymond Flood, Gresham Professor of Geometry, Gresham College,Mark McCartney, Senior Lecturer in Mathematics, University of Ulster,Andrew Whitaker, Professor of Physics, Queen's University of Belfast

Raymond Flood is Gresham Professor of Geometry. He was Vice President of Kellogg College, Oxford and is an Emeritus fellow of Kellogg College. His main research interests are in the history of mathematics, and he was formerly President of the British Society for the History of Mathematics.


Mark McCartney is Senior Lecturer in Mathematics at the University of Ulster. His research interests include nonlinear dynamics, the history of science and maths education.


Andrew Whitaker is Emeritus Professor of Physics at Queen's University Belfast. His main research interest has been in the foundations of quantum theory and he also has an interest in the history of physics, having had The New Quantum Age published by Oxford University Press in 2011.

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