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Oral history interview with William Larkin Duren, Nathan Jacobson, and E.J. McShane, 1984 Apr. 10.

Author: William Larkin Duren; Nathan Jacobson; E J McShane; Karen Hunger Parshall
Edition/Format:   Archival material : English
Publication:Princeton mathematics community in the 1930s : an oral history project
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Jacobson talks about the mathematics community in Fine Hall and especially about the following members of or visitors to the University or the Institute: James Alexander, Solomon Lefschetz, Paul Alexandroff, Hermann Weyl, J.H.C. Whitehead, and Emmy Noether. McShane talks about conditions in Palmer Laboratory before the move to Fine Hall, about the large number of foreigners in Fine Hall, and about Noether, von
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Named Person: Oswald Veblen; R L Moore; R L Moore; Oswald Veblen
Document Type: Archival Material
All Authors / Contributors: William Larkin Duren; Nathan Jacobson; E J McShane; Karen Hunger Parshall
OCLC Number: 63297191
Notes: Recorded in Charlottesville, Va.
Description: Transcript : 16 p.

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Jacobson talks about the mathematics community in Fine Hall and especially about the following members of or visitors to the University or the Institute: James Alexander, Solomon Lefschetz, Paul Alexandroff, Hermann Weyl, J.H.C. Whitehead, and Emmy Noether. McShane talks about conditions in Palmer Laboratory before the move to Fine Hall, about the large number of foreigners in Fine Hall, and about Noether, von Neumann, Einstein and others. Duren tells of his year (1936-1937) at the Institute. He explains the influence of Reinhold Baer, Martson Morse, and others had on him. Jacobson talks about how the mathematics graduate students learned as much from each other as from the faculty.

Jacobson describes the rivalry between two schools of topology: algebraic topology as practiced by Oswald Veblen at Princeton, and point-set topology as practiced by R.L. Moore at Texas.

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