Heritage of European Mathematics (HEM)

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il me paraît que si l'on veut faire des progrès dans les mathématiques il faut étudier les maîtres
it appears to me that if one wants to make progress in mathematics one should study the masters
  (Niels Henrik Abel, in his Paris notebook dated 6 August 1826)

This series features the selected or collected works of distinguished mathematicians. Biographies of and correspondence between outstanding mathematicians, as well as other texts of historico-mathematical interest are also included.

Advisory Board: Ciro Ciliberto (Università degli Studi di Roma “Tor Vergata”, Italy), Ildar A. Ibragimov (Steklov Institute, St. Petersburg, Russia), Władysław Narkiewicz (Uniwersytet Wrocławski, Poland) and Samuel J. Patterson (Universität Göttingen, Germany)

ISSN print 2523-5214, ISSN online 2523-5222

Published in this series:

  1. Iwaniec, Narkiewicz, Urbanowicz (Eds): Andrzej Schinzel, Selecta.
  2. Beery, Stedall (Eds): Thomas Harriot’s Doctrine of Triangular Numbers: the ‘Magisteria Magna’.
  3. Springer, van Dalen (Eds): Hans Freudenthal, Selecta.
  4. Papadopoulos (Ed.): Nikolai I. Lobachevsky, Pangeometry.
  5. Stedall: From Cardano’s great art to Lagrange’s reflections: filling a gap in the history of algebra.
  6. Neumann: The mathematical writings of Évariste Galois.
  7. Roquette: Contributions to the History of Number Theory in the 20th Century.
  8. Buekenhout et al. (Eds): Jacques Tits, Œuvres – Collected Works
    Volumes I–IV
  9. Dumbaugh, Schwermer: Emil Artin and Beyond – Class Field Theory and $L$-Functions.
  10. Bečvářová, Netuka: Karl Löwner and His Student Lipman Bers – Pre-war Prague Mathematicians.
  11. de Saint-Gervais: Uniformization of Riemann Surfaces.
  12. Jaëck et al. (Eds): Gösta Mittag-Leffler and Vito Volterra. 40 Years of Correspondence.