Curriculum Vitae
EDUCATION
University of Chicago, Ph.D. in History (August 1982)

University of Virginia, M.S. in Mathematics (May 1978)

University of Virginia, B.A. with Highest Distinction in Mathematics and French (May 1977)


EMPLOYMENT HISTORY
Commonwealth Professor of History and Mathematics, University of Virginia, 2016 to present

Chair, Corcoran Department of History, 2016 to 2019

Professor of Mathematics and History, University of Virginia, 1999–2016

Associate Dean for the Social Sciences, College of Arts and Sciences, University of Virginia, June 2009 to June 2012

Associate Professor of Mathematics and History, University of Virginia, 1993–1999

Assistant Professor of Mathematics and History, University of Virginia, 1988–1993

Visiting Assistant Professor of Mathematics, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, 1987–1988

Assistant Professor of Mathematical Sciences, Sweet Briar College, 1982–1987


SHORT-TERM POSITIONS
Professeur invité (Invited Professor), Université Pierre et Marie Curie (Paris VI), Paris, France, March–April, 2016,

Enseignant-Chercheur (Professor-Researcher) in the History of Science, École des Hautes Études en Sciences Sociales, Paris, France, May 2010

Visiting Associate Professor, Morris Fishbein Center for the History of Science and Medicine and the Committee on the Conceptual Foundations of Science, University of Chicago, 1996–1997

Visiting Fellow, Centre for Mathematics and Its Applications, Australian National University, Canberra, Australia, Summer 1992

Foreign Director of Studies in the History of Science, École des Hautes Etudes en Sciences Sociales, Paris, France, Spring 1985


FELLOWSHIPS AND OTHER HONORS
Centennial Speaker, Mathematical Association of America, Centennial Meeting, Washington, D.C., August 2015

Elected to the Raven Society (the University of Virginia's "oldest and most prestigious honorary society"), March 2013

Inaugural Fellow of the American Mathematical Society, 2012 to the present

Australian Mathematical Society/New Zealand Mathematical Society, Plenary Hour Speaker, Christchurch, New Zealand, December 2008

British Society for the History of Mathematics/Gresham College Lecturer, Gresham College, London, England, September 2002

Elected Corresponding Member of the Académie internationale d'histoire des sciences, June 2002

Brazilian Society for the History of Mathematics, Plenary Speaker, Natal, Brazil, April 2001

John Simon Guggenheim Foundation Fellow, 1996–1997

Mathematical Association of America (MAA) Invited Hour Speaker, National AMS/MAA meetings, San Francisco, CA, January 1995; Washington, D.C., January 2000; and San Diego, CA, January 2008

Invited Speaker in the History of Mathematics, International Congress of Mathematicians, Zürich, Switzerland, August 1994

American Mathematical Society (AMS) Invited Hour Speaker, Eugene, OR, June 1994; and Miami, FL, April 2006

Phi Beta Kappa, Beta of Virginia, Elected 1977


GRANTS
NSF Conference Grant for "Workshop on the History of Algebra in the Nineteenth and Twentieth Centuries," Mathematical Sciences Research Institute, Berkeley, CA, April 2003

NSF Conference Grant for "Mathematics Unbound: The Evolution of an International Mathematical Community, 1800-1945," University of Virginia, Charlottesville, VA, May 1999

NSF Visiting Professorship for Women Recipient, 1996–1997

NSF Grant, Program in the History and Philosophy of Science, July 1990–June 1993

NSF Scholars Award, Program in the History and Philosophy of Science, Awarded 1985, Taken 1986–1987


INVITED LECTURES
To date, I have given over 213 invited lectures in departments of history, history of science, and mathematics and at conferences and institutes Australia, Brazil, Canada, China, Denmark, France, Germany, Italy, the Netherlands, New Zealand, Spain, Switzerland, Taiwan, Tibet, the United Kingdom, and the United States.


PROFESSIONAL MEMBERSHIPS
American Mathematical Society

British Society for the History of Mathematics

Canadian Society for the History and Philosophy of Mathematics

History of Science Society

Phi Beta Kappa


NATIONAL AND INTERNATIONAL ACADEMIC ACTIVITIES
History of Mathematics

(Elected) Member, Council of the Canadian Society for the History and Philosophy of Mathematics, 2014–2018

Chair, Executive Committee (EC) of the International Commission for the History of Mathematics, 2002–2009; Member of EC, January 1995–2009; Member ex officio of the EC, 2009--2017

Editor, Historia Mathematica, Jan. 1, 1996–Dec. 31, 1999

Managing Editor, Historia Mathematica, Jan. 1, 1994–Dec. 31, 1995

Book Review Editor, Historia Mathematica, Jan. 1, 1990–Dec. 31, 1993

"Year's Ago" Column Editor, The Mathematical Intelligencer, September 1989–December 1992

Member of the Editorial Boards of the American Mathematical Monthly (1996–2006), Historia Mathematica (2000–present), the Revue d'histoire des mathématiques (2001–present), the and the Cahiers François Viète (March 2016–present)

Co-organizer (with Joseph Dauben and DALUO Langjie) of a Satellite Conference on the History of Mathematics in conjunction with the Fourth International Conference on Representation Theory, Lhasa, Tibet, July, 2007

Co-organizer (with Michel Armatte, Hélène Gispert, and Donald MacKensie), "Symposium: Méthodologie et Corpus," Luminy, France, September, 1999

Co-organizer and Co-chair (with Adrian C. Rice) of the international conference, "Mathematics Unbound: The Internationalization of Mathematics, 1800–1945," Charlottesville, VA, May 27-29, 1999

Conference Organizer and Chair, "The History of Mathematics: How Is It Done? Who Is It For?," University of Chicago, May 9, 1997

History of Science

Member, Committee on Finance of the History of Science Society (HSS), 2009–2017

Chair, Forum for the History of the Mathematical Sciences of the HSS, 2008 to the present

Member of Council of the HSS, 2001–2004

Member, Committee on Publications, HSS, 2004–2008 (Chair in 2007–2008)

Member, Nominating Committee, Section L (History of Science), American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS), 2001–2003

Member, Committee on Meetings and Programs, HSS, 1999–2001

Member of the Schuman Prize Committee of the HSS, 1989–1991 (Chair in 1991)

Associate Editor for Mathematical Subjects, American National Biography (Oxford University Press), December 1990–December 1999

Co-organizer (with Joseph Dauben and Albert Lewis) of (refereed) Session on " `Secreta Secretorum'? Sarton, the History of Mathematics, and the History of Science," National Meeting of the HSS, Boston, MA, November, 2013

Co-organizer (with Patti Hunter) of (refereed) Session on "Studies in the Internationalization of Mathematics: Goals, Strategies, and Outcomes in the 19th and 20th Centuries," National Meeting of the HSS, Pittsburgh, PA, November, 2008

Co-organizer (with Mary Sol de Mora) of (refereed) Session on "Speciation in Science: Historical-Philosophical Studies on the Emergence and Consolidation of Scientific Disciplines," International Congress for the History of Science, Beijing, China, July, 2005.

Organizer and Commentator of (refereed) Session, "Tracing the Development of Mathematics in Early Twentieth-Century America," National Meeting of the HSS, Austin, TX, November 2004

Co-Organizer and Co-Chair of (refereed) Session (with Joseph Dauben), "Innovations in Mathematics: Historical Perspectives," National Meeting of the AAAS, Anaheim, CA, January 1999

Program Co-Chair (with Paul Theerman), HSS National Meeting, Atlanta, GA, 1996

Co-Organizer (with Joseph Dauben) and Chair of (refereed) Session, "Mapping the Contours of the American Mathematical Research Community: 1900-1950," National Meeting of the HSS, New Orleans, LA, October 1994

Co-Organizer and Co-Chair of (refereed) Session (with Judith Grabiner), "How Mathematicians Think," National Meeting of the AAAS, Boston, MA, February 1993

Co-Organizer and Co-Chair of (refereed) Session (with Joseph Dauben), "The History of American Mathematics," National Meeting of the HSS, Washington, D.C., December 1992

Co-Organizer and Co-Chair (with Paul Theerman), Conference "Experiencing Nature: A Conference Honoring Allen G. Debus on His Sixty-Fifth Birthday and Thirtieth Anniversary at the University of Chicago," University of Chicago, Chicago, IL, October 1991

Organizer and Chair of (refereed) Session, "The History of Mathematics in the Nineteenth Century," National Meeting of the HSS, Raleigh, NC, October 1987

Mathematics

Elected Member of the Nominating Committee of the American Mathematical Society (AMS), 2016–2019

Member of Council of the AMS, 1998–2001

Member, AMS Committee on Meetings and Programs, 1998–2002

Member, AMS HMATH Committee, 1996–2013 (Chair 1999–2013)

AMS Representative to the AAAS's Section L (History and Philosophy of Science), February 1995–February 1998

Member, AMS/MAA Joint Archives Committee, 1992–2005, 2006–2008 (Chair 1998–2005, 2007–2008), 2015–2018

Member, Committee on the History of Mathematics, Mathematical Association of America (MAA), 1997–2002

Chair, Selection Committee for Invited Speakers in the History of Mathematics at the International Congress of Mathematicians, Berlin, 1998; and Beijing, 2006

Member, Selection Committee for AMS/MAA hour speakers for the Joint Meetings of the AMS in Baltimore, MD, January 1998; and San Antonio, TX, January 1999 (Committee Chair)

Co-Organizer and Co-Chair (with Paul Wolfson and Frank Grosshans), Special Session on "Nineteenth-Century Algebra and Analysis," Joint Meetings of the AMS, Baltimore, MD, January 2014

Co-Organizer and Co-Chair (with Joseph Dauben, Patti Wilger Hunter, and Deborah Kent) of the "Special Session in the History of Mathematics," Joint Meetings of the AMS, Washington, DC, January 2009; (with Joseph Dauben, Patti Wilger, and Victor Katz), San Diego, CA, January 2008; and New Orleans, LA, January 2007; (with Joseph Dauben and Patti Wilger Hunter), San Antonio, TX, January 2006; (with David Zitarelli), Washington, DC, January 2000; (with Victor Katz), San Antonio, TX, January 1999; (with Jim Tattersall), Baltimore, MD, January 1998; and San Diego, CA, January 1997

Organizer, "Special Session on the History of Mathematics," AMS Sectional Meeting, Miami, FL, April, 2006.

Co-organizer (with Jeremy Gray and Michael Singer), "Workshop on the History of Algebra in the Nineteenth and Twentieth Centuries," Mathematical Sciences Research Institute, Berkeley, CA, April 2003

Co-organizer and Co-chair (with Umberto Bottazzini), Special Session on "Mathematical Schools: Italy and the United States at the Turn of the Twentieth Century," AMS-UMI First Joint International Meeting, Pisa, Italy, June 2002