Friday, March 06, 2009
The mathematical work of Charles Dodgson aka Lewis Carroll
Writing, mathematics, photography — Charles Dodgson had many talents, and if he hadn't become famous for his Alice books, he would almost certainly have become famous for something else. In this podcast we talk to Robin Wilson, Professor of Pure Mathematics at the Open University and a prolific author himself, about Dodgson's mathematical work, which included an influential theory of elections and a play on Euclid's Elements. Robin Wilson is the author of the book Lewis Carroll in numberland, which has been reviewed in Plus.
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posted by Plus @ 11:24 AM
1 Comments:
 At 8:51 PM, Quantum_Flux said...

Interesting.