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Article
**Greenberg, John**
(2005)

A Conversation with William A. Fowler.
*Physics in Perspective*
(p. 66).
(/isis/citation/CBB000641824/)

Article
**Greenberg, John L.**
(1996)

Isaac Newton and the problem of the earth's shape.
*Archive for History of Exact Sciences*
(pp. 371-391).
(/isis/citation/CBB000067470/)

Book
**Greenberg, John L.**
(1995)

The problem of the earth's shape from Newton to Clairaut: The rise of mathematical science in 18th-century Paris and the fall of “normal” science.
(/isis/citation/CBB000055970/)

Book
**Greenberg, John L.**
(1995)

The Problem of the Earth's Shape From Newton to Clairaut: The Rise of Mathematical Science in Eighteenth-Century Paris and the Fall of “Normal” Science.
(/isis/citation/CBB000111582/)

Article
**Greenberg, John L.**
(1988)

Breaking a “vicious circle”: Unscrambling A.-C. Clairaut's iterative method of 1743.
*Historia Mathematica*
(pp. 228-239).
(/isis/citation/CBB000065877/)

Book
**Duren, Peter**
(1988)

A century of mathematics in America. With the assistance of Richard A. Askey, Merzbach, Uta C..
(/isis/citation/CBB000048322/)

Article
Les *Principia* de Newton: Questions et commentaires
(1987).
*Revue d'Histoire des Sciences*
(pp. 251-366).
(/isis/citation/CBB000040627/)

Article
**Greenberg, John**
(1987)

Isaac Newton et la théorie de la figure de la Terre.
*Revue d'Histoire des Sciences*
(pp. 357-366).
(/isis/citation/CBB000040765/)

Essay Review
**Greenberg, John L.**
(1987)

The measurement of the Earth.
*Annals of Science: The History of Science and Technology*.
(/isis/citation/CBB000047059/)

Article
**Greenberg, John L.**
(1986)

Mathematical physics in 18th-century France.
*Isis: International Review Devoted to the History of Science and Its Cultural Influences*
(pp. 59-78).
(/isis/citation/CBB000034398/)

Article
**Greenberg, John L.**
(1984)

Degrees of longitude and the earth's shape: The diffusion of a scientific idea in Paris in the 1730s.
*Annals of Science: The History of Science and Technology*
(pp. 151-158).
(/isis/citation/CBB000011820/)

Article
**Greenberg, John L.**
(1984)

Alexis Fontaine's route to the calculus of several varibles.
*Historia Mathematica*
(pp. 22-38).
(/isis/citation/CBB000012538/)

Article
**Greenberg, John L.; Goodstein, Judith R.**
(1983)

Theodore von Kármán and applied mathematics in America.
*Science*
(pp. 1300-1304).
(/isis/citation/CBB000005479/)

Article
**Greenberg, John**
(1983)

Geodesy in Paris in the 1730s and the Paduan connection.
*Historical Studies in the Physical Sciences*
(pp. 239-260).
(/isis/citation/CBB000004172/)

Article
**Greenberg, John L.**
(1982)

Alexis Fontaine's integration of ordinary differential equations and the origin of the calculus of several variables.
*Annals of Science: The History of Science and Technology*
(pp. 1-36).
(/isis/citation/CBB000024683/)

Article
**Greenberg, John L.**
(1981)

Alexis Fontaine's “fluxio-differential method” and the origins of the calculus of several variables.
*Annals of Science: The History of Science and Technology*
(pp. 251-290).
(/isis/citation/CBB000009719/)

Thesis
**Greenberg, John L.**
(1979)

Alexis Fontaine des Bertins, Alexis-Claude Clairaut, integral calculus, and the earth's shape, 1730-1743: An episode in the history of the role of mathematics in the rise of science.
(/isis/citation/CBB001563273/)

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