Keith Hannabuss
Some papers on The History of Mathematics
My main interests have been in the development of Oxford mathematics in
the nineteenth century, and in particular in the Savilian Professor of
Geometry and Balliol tutor, HJS Smith.

The mathematician the world forgot, New Scientist 97 (1983)
901904.

Forgotten fractals Mathematical Intelligencer 18.3 (1996)
2831.

The midnineteenth century and Henry Smith,
as Chapters 11 and 12 in
Oxford figures: 800 years of the mathematical sciences
(J. Fauvel, R. Flood and R. Wilson ed.) OUP, 1999.

Entries on Henry John Stephen Smith in Oxford Dictionary of
National Biography, Oxford University Press, Oxford, 2004, and
Thoemmes Encyclopedia of 19th Century Scientists Thoemmes Press,
Bristol, 2004.
I have also written about Michael Gerzon and his work on acoustics:
History of mathematics at Balliol College
Last updated 10 December
2008 by KC Hannabuss