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Sanford L. Many of our ebooks are available through library electronic resources including these platforms:. Home Mathematicians under the Nazis.
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Add to Cart. More about this book. Chapter 1 [PDF]. The analysis avoids the sentimentality and moral superiority that so often accompany descriptions of the Nazi years.
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Perhaps this is why Mathematicians under the Nazis is so compelling. This is a perceptive analysis of an important era and well worth reading.
Ewing, Mathematical Reviews. Szpiro, The Jerusalem Report.
He published a book on mathematicians who stayed in Germany after Hitler came to power, entitled "Mathematicians under the Nazis," in That same year, he received a secondary appointment in the department of history. Segal also had a passion for pedagogy of mathematics and science.
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He was chair of the mathematics department from to , and served on many campus committees including several terms on the Faculty Senate. Late in his career, he became a member of Judith Fonzi's research group within the Warner School, studying K math education.
His passing is a significant loss to K mathematics education and the Warner School community," Fonzi said. As a mathematician, Segal was a classical analyst who studied analytical number theory and complex function theory. He mentored five doctoral students and published more than 45 papers on mathematics, mathematics education, and the history of science.
In he published the textbook "Nine Introductions in Complex Analysis," now in its second edition. Mathematics department chair Steve Gonek, who studies similar areas, met Segal while looking for a permanent job shortly after earning his doctorate. He wasn't just a mathematician. He was incredibly well read and had an encyclopedic mind," Gonek said.