Dr J A Stedall
Dr J A Stedall has been elected to a Junior Research Fellowship at Queen's from October 2003 to September 2006. Her work is in history of algebra, particularly early modern algebra (i.e. the algebra of the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries). Her first book, "A Discourse Concerning Algebra: English algebra to 1685", was published by OUP in December 2002. This is to be followed by "The Greate Invention of Algebra: Thomas Harriot's Treatise on equations" which should appear in July 2003 and a translation of and commentary on John Wallis's "Arithmetica infinitorum" which is now in press.
Dr E. Crane
Merton elected Edward Crane to a Junior Research Fellowship . He is currently a Cambridge analyst.