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Book
**Christopher Hollings; Ursula Martin; Adrian Rice**
(2018)

Ada Lovelace: The Making of a Computer Scientist.
(/isis/citation/CBB587033427/)

Article
**Christopher Hollings; Ursula Martin; Adrian Rice**
(2017)

The Early Mathematical Education of Ada Lovelace.
*British Society for the History of Mathematics Bulletin*
(pp. 221-234).
(/isis/citation/CBB427336824/)

Article
**Adrian Rice; Christopher Hollings; Ursula Martin**
(2017)

The Lovelaceâ€“De Morgan Mathematical Correspondence: A Critical Re-Appraisal.
*Historia Mathematica*
(pp. 202-231).
(/isis/citation/CBB005664962/)

Article
**Adrian Rice; Ezra Brown**
(2016)

Commutativity and Collinearity: A Historical Case Study of the Interconnection of Mathematical Ideas. Part Ii.
*British Society for the History of Mathematics Bulletin*
(pp. 90-103).
(/isis/citation/CBB506323405/)

Review
**Adrian Rice**
(2016)

Review of "Taming the Unknown: A History of Algebra from Antiquity to the Early Twentieth Century".
*British Society for the History of Mathematics Bulletin*.
(/isis/citation/CBB646343453/)

Article
**Adrian Rice; Ezra Brown**
(2016)

Commutativity and Collinearity: A Historical Case Study of the Interconnection of Mathematical Ideas. Part I.
*British Society for the History of Mathematics Bulletin*
(pp. 1-14).
(/isis/citation/CBB871195795/)

Review
**Rice, Adrian**
(2014)

Review of "James Clerk Maxwell: Perspectives on His Life and Work".
*British Society for the History of Mathematics Bulletin*.
(/isis/citation/CBB001451425/)

Chapter
**Rice, Adrian**
(2012)

Vindicating Leibniz in the Calculus Priority Dispute: The Role of Augustus De Morgan.
In: *The History of the History of Mathematics: Case Studies for the Seventeenth, Eighteenth, and Nineteenth Centuries*
(p. 89).
(/isis/citation/CBB001251316/)

Book
**Flood, Raymond; Rice, Adrian; Wilson, Robin**
(2011)

Mathematics in Victorian Britain.
(/isis/citation/CBB001221196/)

Chapter
**Rice, Adrian**
(2011)

Introduction.
In: *Mathematics in Victorian Britain*
(p. 1).
(/isis/citation/CBB001221198/)

Chapter
**Rice, Adrian**
(2011)

Mathematics in the Metropolis: A Survey of Victorian London.
In: *Mathematics in Victorian Britain*
(p. 53).
(/isis/citation/CBB001221200/)

Review
**Rice, Adrian**
(2006)

Review of "Landmark Writings in Western Mathematics 1640--1940".
*Centaurus: International Magazine of the History of Mathematics, Science, and Technology*.
(/isis/citation/CBB000740231/)

Article
**Rice, Adrian**
(2006)

British Mathematics 1837-1901.
*British Society for the History of Mathematics Bulletin*
(p. 164).
(/isis/citation/CBB000850089/)

Review
**Rice, Adrian**
(2004)

Review of "Writing the History of Mathematics: Its Historical Development".
*British Journal for the History of Science*.
(/isis/citation/CBB000500877/)

Chapter
**Rice, Adrian**
(2001)

Inexplicable? The Status of Complex Numbers in Britain, 1750--1850.
In: *Around Caspar Wessel and The Geometric Representation of Complex Numbers*
(p. 147).
(/isis/citation/CBB000650833/)

Article
**Rice, Adrian**
(1999)

What makes a great mathematics teacher? The case of Augustus De Morgan.
*American Mathematical Monthly*
(pp. 534-552).
(/isis/citation/CBB000082284/)

Article
**Rice, Adrian**
(1997)

Inspiration or desperation? Augustus De Morgan's appointment to the chair of mathematics at London University in 1828.
*British Journal for the History of Science*
(pp. 257-274).
(/isis/citation/CBB000072751/)

Article
**Rice, Adrian**
(1996)

Mathematics in the metropolis: A survey of Victorian London.
*Historia Mathematica*
(pp. 376-417).
(/isis/citation/CBB000074130/)

Article
**Rice, Adrian**
(1996)

Augustus De Morgan: Historian of science.
*History of Science*
(pp. 201-240).
(/isis/citation/CBB000070562/)

Article
**Rice, Adrian; Wilson, Robin J.; Gardner, J. Helen**
(1995)

From student club to national society: The founding of the London Mathematical Society in 1865.
*Historia Mathematica*
(pp. 402-421).
(/isis/citation/CBB000069765/)

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