## Find a copy in the library

Finding libraries that hold this item...

## Details

Genre/Form: | Oral histories |
---|---|

Document Type: | Archival Material |

All Authors / Contributors: |
R E Greenwood; William Aspray; Albert W Tucker |

OCLC Number: | 63289514 |

Description: | Transcript : 9 p. |

### Abstract:

Greenwood came to Princeton in 1936 to study mathematical physics, but soon switched to mathematics. He tells about life at the Graduate School, about courses, and about the two schools of topology (Princeton's algebraic and combinatorial topology and Texas's point-set topology). Greenwood describes Salomon Bochner, with whom he did his thesis, and talks about Alan Turing, Maurice Pryce, and others.

## Reviews

*User-contributed reviews*

Add a review and share your thoughts with other readers.
Be the first.

Add a review and share your thoughts with other readers.
Be the first.

## Tags

Add tags for "Oral history interview with R. E. Greenwood, 1984 July 12.".
Be the first.