
History of Algebra in the 16th Century 


History of Algebra in the 16th Century,
describing how algebra became what it is today,
by Eve Ermer



Railways and Population Change in Industrializing England



Railways and Population Change in Industrializing England,
an introduction to historical geographic information systems and quantitative reasoning,
by Robert M. Schwartz



How Anthropologists Think About Math



How Anthropologists Think About Math,
A lecture you can download,
By Debbora Battaglia



Lake Victoria



Situated Complexity,
Modeling Change in Nonlinear Biological Systems with a Focus on Africa,
by Dorothy Wallace



Water Hyacinth Distribution



Water Hyacinth
Distribution in Lake Victoria and Lac Mihindi,
By Daniel Karnes



Rules
of Evidence: an Introduction to Data Analysis



Introduction
to Data Analysis: The Rules of Evidence,
a text for data analysis in the social sciences,
by Joel Levine and Thom Roos



Factors Related to Wages in the Current Population Survey



Factors Related to Wages in the Current Population Survey,
A statistical monograph,
By Gary Engelhardt and Therese Stukel



Garbage and Trash



Garbage and Trash,
Can We Convert Mountains Into Molehills?
By J. R. Schubel, Homer A. Neal



Humman Factors in the Design of Spacecraft



Human Factors in the Design of Spacecraft,
By Harvey Wichman



Vaccines



Vaccines:
An Introduction to Risk
By Newton Copp



The Electrification of Los Angles 


The Electrification of
Los Angeles:
Engineering, Science, and History
By Newton H. Copp, Andrew W. Zanella 


Gasoline



Gasoline,
From Unwanted ByProduct to Essential Fuel for the Twentieth Century
By John Nicholas Burnett



From Rule of Thumb to Scientific Engineering 


From Rule of Thumb to Scientific Engineering,
James B. Francis and the Invention of the Fancis Turbine
By Edwin T. Layton 


The Economics of Technology 


The Economics of Technology,
By Vincent H. Smith

