History of Art
M.Sc. (Case Institute of Technology)
M.A. and Ph.D. (Case Western Reserve)
Areas of Interest
History of Art; History of Science.
2800: European Art
2900: History of Science
3904: The Einsteinian Revolution
"Galileo, Sunspots, and the Motions of the Earth: Redux," Isis, 90, no. 4 (December, 1999): 757-767.
"On Anamorphosis: Setting Some Things Straight," Leonardo, 33, no.2 (2000), 115-124.
(with Dwight Vincent), "Posing Einstein's Question: Questioning Einstein's Pose," The Physics Teacher, 38, no. 5 (May, 2000), 278-288.
"'I know that what I am saying is rather obscure': On Clarifying a Passage in Galileo's Dialogue," Centaurus, 42, no. 4 (2000), 288-296.
"[History of] Physics," History of Modern Science and Mathematics, 4 Volumes. (Charles Scribners Sons, 2002), volume 1, pp. 115-146.
Colluding with Galileo: On Muellers
Critique of my Analysis of Galileos Sunspots Argument, Journal for the
History of Astronomy, 34 (2003), 75-76; with Comment, The Galileo Sunspot Controversy:
Proof and Persuasion, by Owen Gingerich, 77-78.
(with Dwight Vincent), "Einstein's 1934 Two-Blackboard Derivation of Energy-Mass Equivalence," American Journal of Physics 75 (11), (Nov. 2007), 978-983.
Quirky Sides of Scientists: True Tales of Ingenuity and Error from Physics and Astronomy (New York, Springer, 2007).