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[1] On the arithmetization of algebraic geometry. History of Mathematics 32 (2011) 285-300.
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[2] Emmy Noether's 1932 ICM lecture on noncommutative methods in algebraic number theory. History of Mathematics 32 (2011) 199-220.
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[3] A historical sketch of B. L. van der Waerden's work in algebraic geometry: 1926--1946. History of Mathematics 32 (2011) 245-283.
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[4] Developments in the theory of algebras over number fields: A new foundation for the Hasse norm residue symbol and new approaches to both the Artin reciprocity law and class field theory. History of Mathematics 32 (2011) 117-151.
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[5] From \textit {Algebra} (1895) to \textit {Moderne Algebra} (1930): Changing conceptions of a discipline---A guided tour using the \textit {Jahrbuch \"{u}ber die Fortschritte der Mathematik}. History of Mathematics 32 (2011) 221-243.
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[6] Babbage and French \textit {Id\'{e}ologie}: Functional equations, language, and the analytical method. History of Mathematics 32 (2011) 13-47.
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[7] Acknowledgments. History of Mathematics 32 (2011) 1-1.
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[8] Introduction. History of Mathematics 32 (2011) 3-11.
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[9] Jeremy J. Gray and Karen Hunger Parshall (Editors). Episodes in the History of Modern Algebra (1800--1950). History of Mathematics 32 (2011) MR MR2307989.
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[10] The rising sea: Grothendieck on simplicity and generality. History of Mathematics 32 (2011) 301-325.
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[11] Divisibility theories in the early history of commutative algebra and the foundations of algebraic geometry. History of Mathematics 32 (2011) 73-105.
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[12] Research in algebra at the University of Chicago: Leonard Eugene Dickson and A. Adrian Albert. History of Mathematics 32 (2011) 179-197.
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[13] ``Very full of symbols'': Duncan F. Gregory, the calculus of operations, and the \textit {Cambridge Mathematical Journal}. History of Mathematics 32 (2011) 49-72.
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[14] Kronecker's fundamental theorem of general arithmetic. History of Mathematics 32 (2011) 107-116.
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[15] Minkowski, Hensel, and Hasse: On the beginnings of the local-global principle. History of Mathematics 32 (2011) 153-177.
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[16] French, German, Italian, and Proven\c {c}al texts. Mathematical World 27 (2009) 165-170.
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[17] Greek and Latin texts. Mathematical World 27 (2009) 147-156.
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[18] Jacques Sesiano. An Introduction to the History of Algebra. Mathematical World 27 (2009) MR MR2514537.
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[19] Algebra in the Islamic world. Mathematical World 27 (2009) 53-91.
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[20] Algebra in Mesopotamia. Mathematical World 27 (2009) 1-16.
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[21] Algebra in ancient Greece. Mathematical World 27 (2009) 17-51.
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[22] Algebra in the Renaissance. Mathematical World 27 (2009) 123-141.
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[23] Hebrew text. Mathematical World 27 (2009) 163-164.
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[24] Algebra in medieval Europe. Mathematical World 27 (2009) 93-121.
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[25] Mesopotamian texts in translation. Mathematical World 27 (2009) 143-145.
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[26] Arabic texts. Mathematical World 27 (2009) 157-161.
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[27] Jörg Bewersdorff. Galois Theory for Beginners. The Student Mathematical Library 35 (2006) MR MR2251389.
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[28] Jörg Bewersdorff. Algebraic structures and Galois theory. The Student Mathematical Library 35 (2006) 125-163.
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[29] Jörg Bewersdorff. The construction of regular polygons. The Student Mathematical Library 35 (2006) 63-80.
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[30] Jörg Bewersdorff. Biquadratic equations. The Student Mathematical Library 35 (2006) 23-26.
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