References for Thomas Harriot

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  1. J A Lohne, Biography in Dictionary of Scientific Biography (New York 1970-1990).
    http://www.encyclopedia.com/topic/Thomas_Harriot.aspx#2
  2. Biography in Encyclopaedia Britannica.
    http://www.britannica.com/eb/article-9039337/Thomas-Harriot

Books:

  1. J N Crossley, The emergence of number (Singapore, 1980).
  2. J W Shirley, Thomas Harriot : a biography (Oxford, 1983).
  3. J W Shirley (ed.), A Source book for the study of Thomas Harriot (New York, 1981).
  4. J W Shirley (ed.), Thomas Harriot : renaissance scientist (Oxford, 1974).

Articles:

  1. T F Bloom, Borrowed perceptions : Harriot's maps of the Moon, Journal for the history of astronomy 9 (1978), 117-122.
  2. P C Fenton, An extremal problem in Harriot's mathematics, Historia Math. 16 (2) (1989), 154-163.
  3. P C Fenton, Events in the life of the mathematician Thomas Harriot (1560-1621), Austral. Math. Soc. Gaz. 12 (4) (1985), 85-93.
  4. Thomas Harriot, in J Fauvel, R Flodd and R Wilson (eds.), Oxford figures : 800 years of the mathematical sciences (Oxford, 2000), 56-59.
  5. J Jacquot, Harriot, Hill, Warner and the new philosophy, in Thomas Harriot : Renaissance scientist (Oxford, 1974), 107-128.
  6. M Kalmar, Thomas Hariot's 'De reflexione corporum rotundorum' : an early solution to the problem of impact, Arch. History Exact Sci. 16 (3) (1976/77), 201-230.
  7. J A Lohne, Dokumente zur Revalidierung von Thomas Harriot als Algebraiker, Arch. History Exact Sci. 3 (1966), 185-205.
  8. J A Lohne, Essays on Thomas Harriot. I. Billiard balls and laws of collision. II. Ballistic parabolas. III. A survey of Harriot's scientific writings, Arch. Hist. Exact Sci. 20 (3-4) (1979), 189-312.
  9. J A Lohne, Thomas Harriot als Mathematiker, Centaurus 11 (1) (1965/66), 19-45.
  10. J A Lohne, T Harriot, Centaurus 6 (1959), 113-121.
  11. J North, Thomas Harriot and the first telescopic observations of sunspots, in Thomas Harriot: Renaissance scientist (Oxford, 1974), 129-165.
  12. J V Pepper, Harriot's earlier work on mathematical navigation : theory and practice. With an appendix, 'The early development of the Mercator chart', in Thomas Harriot : Renaissance scientist (Oxford, 1974), 54-90.
  13. J V Pepper, Harriot's manuscript on the theory of impacts, Ann. Of Sci. 33 (2) (1976), 131-151.
  14. J V Pepper, Harriot's work on the true sea-chart, 1971 Actes XIIe Congrès Internat. d'Histoire des Sciences IV (Histoire des Mathématiques et de la Mécanique) (Paris, 1968),135-138.
  15. J V Pepper, Some clarifications of Harriot's solution of Mercator's problem, Hist. of Sci. 14 (4) (1976), 235-244.
  16. J V Pepper, The study of Thomas Harriot's manuscripts. II. Harriot's unpublished papers, History of science 6 (Cambridge, 1967), 17-40.
  17. D B Quinn, Thomas Harriot and the new world, in Thomas Harriot: Renaissance scientist (Oxford, 1974), 36-53.
  18. J J Roche, Harriot's 'Regiment of the Sun' and its background in sixteenth-century navigation, British J. Hist. Sci. 14 (48) (1981), 245-261.
  19. J J Roche, Harriot, Galileo, and Jupiter's satellites, Arch. Internat. Hist. Sci. 32 (108) (1982), 9-51.
  20. E Rosen, Harriot's science: the intellectual background, in Thomas Harriot: Renaissance scientist (Oxford, 1974), 1-15.
  21. C J Scriba, Wallis und Harriot, Centaurus 10 (1965), 248-257.
  22. M Seltman and E Mizzi, Thomas Harriot: father of English algebra?, Math. Intelligencer 19 (1) (1997), 46-49.
  23. J W Shirley, Sir Walter Ralegh and Thomas Harriot, in Thomas Harriot: Renaissance scientist (Oxford, 1974), 16-35.
  24. B J Sokol, Thomas Harriot - Sir Walter Raleigh's tutor - on population, Ann. of Sci. 31 (1974), 205-212.
  25. R C H Tanner, Henry Stevens and the associates of Thomas Harriot, in Thomas Harriot: Renaissance scientist (Oxford, 1974), 91-106.
  26. R C H Tanner, Nathaniel Torporley's 'Congestor analyticus' and Thomas Harriot's 'De triangulis laterum rationalium', Ann. of Sci. 34 (4) (1977), 393-428.
  27. R C H Tanner, The ordered regiment of the minus sign : off-beat mathematics in Harriot's manuscripts, Ann. of Sci. 37 (2) (1980), 127-158.
  28. R C H Tanner, The study of Thomas Harriot's manuscripts. I. Harriot's will, History of science 6 (Cambridge, 1967), 1-16.
  29. R C H Tanner, Thomas Harriot as mathematician. A legacy of hearsay. I, Physis-Riv. Internaz. Storia Sci. 9 (1967), 235-247.
  30. R C H Tanner, Thomas Harriot as mathematician. A legacy of hearsay. II, Physis-Riv. Internaz. Storia Sci. 9 (1967), 257-292.
  31. D T Whiteside, In search of Thomas Harriot, History of Science 13 (1975), 61-62.

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