**Professor of Mathematics**

I teach across the mathematics curriculum, including Calculus I, II, and III, Linear Algebra, Foundations of Mathematics, Abstract Algebra I (Group Theory) and II (Ring and Field Theory), and Number Theory. I also enjoy creating courses that cut across disciplines and schools such as "Vienna: The Biography of a City," a travel course to Vienna.

My research lies in the history of mathematics, particularly in the fields of algebra and number theory. When Mark Warner was governor of Virginia he asked "what do historians of mathematics study?" That is a great question. We study mathematics, the people who create mathematics, the institutions that support mathematics, the false starts in particular areas of mathematics, the politics that influence the development of mathematics and how the larger cultural context impinges on the development of mathematics. This discipline combines technical questions in mathematics with appropriate historical questions to yield a rich perspective on both mathematics and history. If you are interested in pursuing research in this area, please contact me.

*Emil Artin and Beyond: Class Field Theory and L-Functions*, Zürich: European Mathematical Publishing House, ~250 pages, ISBN: 978-3-03719-146-0, expected 2014.

*Bulletin of the American Mathematical Society*50 (2013): 321-330.

*Archive for History*

*of Exact Sciences*66 (2012): 465-484. DOI 10.1007/s00407-012-0100-2.

*Professor Mommy: Finding Work-Family Balance in Academia*, Association for Women in Mathematics Newsletter 42 (4) July-August, 2012.

*he Princeton Companion to Mathematics*, pp. 812-813, edited by W. T. Gowers and J. Barrow-Green, Princeton: Princeton University Press, 2008.

*History of Algebra in the 19th and 20th Centuries*, pp. 179-197, edited by Jeremy J. Gray and Karen Hunger Parshall, Providence, R.I., and London, England: The American Mathematical Society and the London Mathematical Society, 2007.

*Archive for History of Exact Sciences*61 (2007): 425-456.

*Archive for History of Exact Sciences*59 (2005): 349-379.

*Emil Artin: Leben und Werk*, pp. 99-118, edited by Karin Reich and Alexander Kreuzer, Augsburg, Dr. Erwin Rauner Verlag, 2007.

*The Shaping of Arithmetic: after Carl-Friedrich Gauss's Disquisitiones Arithmeticae*, pp. 463-479, edited by Catherine Goldstein, Norbert Schappacher, and Joachim Schwermer, Heidelberg: Springer-Verlag, 2007.

*The Shaping of Arithmetic: after Carl-Friedrich Gauss's Disquisitiones Arithmeticae*, pp. 145-158, edited by Catherine Goldstein, Norbert Schappacher, and Joachim Schwermer, Heidelberg: Springer-Verlag, 2007.

*Landmark Writings in Western Mathematics*, 1640-1940, pp. 833-843, edited by Ivor Grattan-Guinness, Amsterdam: Elsevier Press, 2005.