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The Mathematical Cultures of Medieval Europe - References

Author(s): 
Victor J. Katz (University of the District of Columbia)

Clagett, M. (1968). Nicole Oresme and the medieval geometry of qualities and motions. Madison: University of Wisconsin Press.

Freudenthal, G. (1995). Science in the medieval Jewish culture of southern France. History of Science 33, 23-58

Garcia-Ballester, L., Ferre, L., & Feliu, E. (1990). Jewish appreciation of fourteenth-century scholastic medicine. Osiris 6, 85-117.

Huff, T. E. (1993). The rise of early modern science: Islam, China, and the West. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

Ibn Ezra, Abraham (1995). The Secret of the Torah: A Translation of Abraham Ibn Ezra’s Sefer Yesod Mora Ve-Sod Ha-Torah. Translated by H. N. Strickman. New York: Jason Aronson, Inc.

Katz, V. J., Folkerts, M., Hughes, B., Wagner, R., & Berggren, J. L., eds. (2016). Sourcebook in the Mathematics of Medieval Europe and North Africa. Princeton: Princeton University Press.

Leonardo Pisano Fibonacci (1987). The Book of Squares. Edited and Translated by L. E. Sigler. Boston: Academic Press.

Sā‘id al-Andalusī (1991). Science in the medieval world: Book of the categories of nations. Translated and edited by Semar’an I. Salem and Alok Kumar. Austin: University of Texas Press.

Wartenberg, Ilana (2015). The Epistle of the Number by Ibn al-Aḥdab: The transmission of Arabic mathematics to Hebrew circles in medieval Sicily. Piscataway, NJ: Gorgias Press

Editor's note: In addition to those mentioned elsewhere in this article, the following Convergence articles describe mathematics and mathematical cultures in medieval Europe:

Victor J. Katz (University of the District of Columbia), "The Mathematical Cultures of Medieval Europe - References," Convergence (December 2017)

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