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  • Alexander, Amir R., 'Harriot and Dee on Exploration and Mathematics: Did Scientific Imagery Make for New Scientific Practice?' in The Heirs of Archimedes: Science and the Art of War through the Age of Enlightenment, edited by Brett D. Steele and Tamera Dorland (Cambridge, Mass.: The MIT Press, 2005), pp. 205-219.
    ——, Geometrical Landscapes: The Voyages of Discovery and the Transformation of Mathematical Practice
    (Stanford, CA: Stanford University Press, 2002).
    ——, ‘The Imperialist Space of Elizabethan Mathematics’,
    Studies in History and Philosophy of Science , 26 (1995), 559-591.
  • Batho, Gordon R., ‘Thomas Harriot and the Northumberland Household’ in Thomas Harriot: An Elizabethan Man of Science , edited by Robert Fox (Aldershot: Ashgate, 2000), pp. 28-47.
    ——, ‘Writings in the Tower of London 1603-1618: the Advices to their sons of Sir Walter Raleigh and the Ninth earl of Northumberland and their philosophical bases’, Nouvelles de la Republique des Lettres (1996), 25-46.
    ——, The 1991 Thomas Harriot Lecture: Thomas Harriot and the Northumberland Household (Oxford: Oriel College, 1992).
    ——, ‘Henry, ninth Earl of Northumberland and Syon House, Middlesex, 1594-1632’, Transactions of the Ancient Monuments Society, new series 4 (1956), pp. 95-109.
    ——, and Stephen Clucas (eds.), The Wizard Earl’s Advices to his Son. A facsimile and transcript from the manuscripts of Henry Percy, ninth Earl of Northumberland at Petworth House (Otley: Smith Settle for The Roxburghe Club, 2002).
  • Beery, Janet L. Thomas Harriot's Pythagorean Triples: Could He List Them All?', in Mathematical Time Capsules edited by Richard Jardine and Amy Shell-Gellasch (Washington DC: Mathematical Association of America, 2011).
    ——, Beery, Janet, and Louis Talman, 'The Cannonball Curves of Thomas Harriot', National Curve Bank: A Math Archive, 2010,
    ——, 'Navigating Between Triangular Numbers and Trigonometric
    Tables: How Thomas Harriot Developed His Interpolation Formulas', Proceedings of Canadian Society for the History and Philosophy of Mathematics (2007), vol. 20 (2008), pp. 37-47.
    ——, ‘Sums of Powers of Positive Integers’, Loci: Convergence (online journal of Mathematical Association of America Mathematical Sciences Digital Library, Washington, D.C.), vol. 6 (2009): http://mathdl.maa.org/mathDL/46/?pa=content&sa=viewDocument&nodeId=3284
    ——, ‘Formulating Figurate Numbers’, BSHM Bulletin: Journal of British Society for History of Mathematics, 24:2 (2009), 78-91.
    ——, ‘“Ad Calculum Sinuum”: Thomas Harriot’s Sine Table Interpolation Formulas’, in Proceedings of Canadian Society for the History and Philosophy of Mathematics (2008), edited by Antonella Cupillari, vol. 21 (2009), pp. 24-35.
    ——, ‘Thomas Harriot’s Communication of Mathematics via Symbols, Tables, and Page Layout’, in History and Pedagogy of Mathematics (HPM) 2004 Proceedings, International Study Group on Relations Between History and Pedagogy of Mathematics (HPM), Uppsala University, Sweden, 2004, edited by Sten Kaijser, pp. 118-131; and in Proceedings HPM 2004 and European Summer University 4 (revised edition), HPM, University of Crete, Greece, 2006, edited by Fulvia Furinghetti, Sten Kaijser, and Constantinos Tzanakis, pp. 19-30.
    ——,‘Thomas Harriot’s Treatise on Figurate Numbers, Finite Differences, and Interpolation Formulas’ in Proceedings of the Canadian Society for History and Philosophy of Mathematics / Societé Canadienne d'Histoire et Philosophie des Mathématiques, vol. 17, Thirtieth Annual Meeting/Réunion Annuelle, Clare College, Cambridge, UK, 2004, edited by Antonella Cupillari, pp. 24-43.
  • ——, and Jacqueline Stedall (ed.), Thomas Harriot’s Doctrine of Triangular Numbers: the ‘Magisteria Magna’ (Zurich: European Mathematical Society, 2009)
  • Bennett, J. A., ‘Instruments, mathematics and natural knowledge: Thomas Harriot’s place on the map of learning’ in Thomas Harriot: An Elizabethan Man of Science, edited by Robert Fox (Aldershot: Ashgate, 2000), pp. 137-152.
  • Bloom, Terrie F., ‘Borrowed perceptions: Harriot's maps of the Moon’, Journal for the history of astronomy, 9 (1978), 117-122.
  • Booth, Michael, ‘Harriot’s Translations’, The Yale Journal of Criticism 16.2 (2003) 345-361
    ——, "'Invention' and 'Discovery' as Modes of Conceptual Integration: The Case of Thomas Harriot." The Invention of Discovery, 1500-1700, Edited by James Dougal Fleming (Aldershot: Ashgate, 2011), pp. 45-60
  • Bredekamp, Horst, ‘Gazing Hands and Blind Spots: Galileo as Draftsman’, Galileo in Context , Edited by Jürgen Renn (Cambridge and New York: Cambridge University Press, 2001), pp. 153-192 (esp. pp. 176-184).
  • Cajori, Florian, ‘A Re-evaluation of Harriot’s Artis analyticae Praxis’, Isis (1928), 316-324.
  • Chapman, Allan, ‘The astronomical work of Thomas Harriot (1560-1621)’ The Quarterly Journal of the Royal Astronomical Society , 36 (1995), 97-107.
  • Clucas, Stephen, ‘Mathematics and Humanism in Elizabethan England’, Journal de la Renaissance, 4 (2006), 308-318.
    ——, ‘Corpuscular theories in the Northumberland Circle’, in Christoph H. Lüthy, John E. Murdoch and William R. Newman (eds.) Late Mediaeval and Early Modern Corpuscular Matter Theories, Medieval and Early Modern Science, 1 (Leiden: Brill, 2001), pp. 181-207.
    ——, ‘Thomas Harriot and the Field of Knowledge in the English Renaissance’ in
    Thomas Harriot: An Elizabethan Man of Science , edited by Robert Fox (Aldershot: Ashgate, 2000), pp. 93-136.
    ——, ‘Harriot, Thomas (or Hariot: 1560-1621)’ in Andrew Pyle (ed.) The Dictionary of Seventeenth-Century British Philosophers, 2 vols (Bristol: Thoemmes Press, 2000), I, 387-390.
    ——, ‘No small force: Natural philosophy and Mathematics in Thomas Gresham’s London’, in Francis Ames-Lewis (ed.)
    Sir Thomas Gresham and Gresham College: Studies in the Intellectual History of London in the Sixteenth and Seventeenth Centuries (Aldershot: Ashgate, 1999), pp. 146-173.
    ——, '"All the mistery of infinites": mathematics and the atomism of Thomas Harriot', in Sabine Rommevaux (ed.), Mathématiques et connaissance du monde réel avant Galilée, Histoire des Savoirs (Montreuil: Edition Omniscience, 2010), pp. 113-154.
    ——, 'Thomas Harriot's Brief and True Report: Knowledge-Making and the Roanoke Voyage', in European Visions: American Voices, edited by Kim Sloan, British Museum Research Publications, 172 (London: British Museum, 2009), pp. 17-23.
  • Edgerton, S., ‘Galileo, Florentine “Disegno” and the “Strange Spottednesse”of the Moon’, Art Journal, 44 (1984), 225-232.
  • Emerson, Everett, ‘Thomas Harriot, John White and ould Virginia’ in Essays in Early Virginia Literature Honoring Richard Beale Davis , edited by J. A. Leo Lemay (New York: Burt Franklin, 1977), pp. 1-11.

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  • Fauvel, John and Robert Goulding, ‘Renaissance Oxford’, in John Fauvel, Raymond Flood and Robin Wilson (eds.), Oxford figures: 800 years of the mathematical sciences (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2000), pp. 41-62 (esp. pp. 56-9).
  • Fenton, P. C., ‘An extremal problem in Harriot's mathematics’, Historia Mathematica 16:2 (1989), 154-163.
    ——, ‘Events in the life of the mathematician Thomas Harriot (1560-1621)’, Australian Mathematical Society Gazette, 12:4 (1985), 85-93.
  • Fox, Robert (ed.), Thomas Harriot: Elizabethan Man of Science (Aldershot: Ashgate Press, 2000).
  • Fox, Robert (ed.) Thomas Harriot and his World: Mathematics,
    Exploration, and Natural Philosophy in Early Modern England (Farnham: Ashgate, 2012)
  • Gatti, Hilary, ‘The natural philosophy of Thomas Harriot’ in Thomas Harriot: An Elizabethan Man of Science , edited by Robert Fox (Aldershot: Ashgate, 2000), pp. 64-92.
    ——, Giordano Bruno and Renaissance Science (Ithaca and London: Cornell University Press, 1999).
    ——, The 1993 Thomas Harriot Lecture: The Natural Philosophy of
    Thomas Harriot (Oxford: Oriel College, 1993).
    ——, The Renaissance Drama of Knowledge: Giordano Bruno in England (London: Routledge, 1989).
  • George, F., ‘On Harriot’s Meridional Parts’, Journal of the Institute of Navigation , 9 (1956), 560-569.
  • Hamlin, William M., ‘Imagined Apotheoses: Drake, Harriot, and Ralegh in the Americas’, Journal of the History of Ideas, 57:3 (1996): 405-28.
  • Henry, John, ‘Thomas Harriot and Atomism: A Reappraisal’, History of Science , 20 (1982), 255-96.
  • Herr, Richard, ‘Solar rotation dtermined from Thomas Harriot’s sunspot observations of 1611-1613’, Science, 202 (1978), 1079-1081.
  • Hume, Ivor Noël, The Virginia Adventure: Roanoke to James Towne: An Archaeological and Historical Odyssey (New York: Knopf, 1994).
  • Jacquot, Jean, ‘Harriot, Hill, Warner and the New Philosophy’ in Thomas Harriot Renaissance Scientist , edited by John W. Shirley (Oxford: Clarendon Press, 1974), pp. 107-128.
    ——, ‘Thomas Harriot’s Reputation for Impety’, Notes and Records of the Royal Society , 9 (1952), 164-187

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  • Kalmar , Martin, ‘Thomas Hariot’s De reflexione corporum rotundorum: an early solution to the problem of impact’, Archive for the History of the Exact Sciences 16:3 (1976/77), 201-230.
  • Kargon, Robert H., Atomism in England from Harriot to Newton (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 1966).
    ——, ‘Thomas Hariot, the Northumberland Circle and Early Atomism in England’, Journal of the History of Ideas, (1966), 128-136.
  • Kelliher, Hilton, Contemporary manuscript extracts from Shakespeare’s Henry IV, Part 1 ’ in English Manuscript Studies 1100-1700, edited by Peter Beal (Oxford: Oxford University press, 1989), pp. 144-181.
  • Lohne, Johannes A., ‘Dokumente zur Revalidierung von Thomas Harriot als Algebraiker’, Archive for the History of the Exact Sciences , 3 (1966), 185-205.
    ——, ‘Essays on Thomas Harriot. I. Billiard balls and laws of collision. II. Ballistic parabolas. III. A survey of Harriot's scientific writings’, Archive for the History of the Exact Sciences 20:3-4 (1979), 189-312.
    ——, ‘Thomas Harriot als Mathematiker, Centaurus 11:1 (1965/66),19-45.
    ——, ‘Regenbogen und Brechzahl’, Sudhoffs Archiv, 44 (1965), 401-415.
    ——, ‘The Fair Fame of Thomas Harriot: Rigaud versus Baron von Zach’, Centaurus, 8 (1963), 69-83.
    ——, ‘Zur Geschichte des Brechungsgesetztes’, Sudhoffs Archiv, 42 (1963), 151-172.
    ——, ‘Thomas Harriot’, Centaurus, 6 (1959), 113-121.
    ——, ‘Thomas Harriot, The Tycho Brahe of Optics’, Centaurus, 6.2 (1959): 113-21
  • Maclean, Ian, ‘Thomas Harriot on Combinations’, Revue d’histoire des mathématiques , 11:1 (2005), 57-88.
  • Mandelbrote, Scott, ‘The religion of Thomas Harriot’ in Thomas Harriot: An Elizabethan Man of Science , edited by Robert Fox (Aldershot: Ashgate, 2000), pp. 246-279.
  • Miller, Shannon, Invested with meaning. The Raleigh circle in the New World (Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania Press, 1998).
  • Moran, Michael G., Inventing Virginia: Sir Walter Raleigh and the rhetoric of colonization, 1584-1590 (New York: Peter Lang, 2007).
  • Morley, F. V., ‘Thomas Harriot – 1560-1621’, Scientific Monthly, 14 (1922), 60-66.
  • North, John, ‘Stars and Atoms’ in Thomas Harriot: An Elizabethan Man of Science , edited by Robert Fox (Aldershot: Ashgate, 2000), pp. 186-228.
    ——, ‘Thomas Harriot’s papers on the calendar’, in The Light of Nature: Essays on the History and Philosophy of Science presented to A. C. Crombie , edited by John North and John J. Roche (Dordrecht: Kluwer, 1985), pp. 145-174.
    ——, ‘Thomas Harriot and the Fist telescopic Observations of Sunspots’ in Thomas Harriot Renaissance Scientist , edited by John W. Shirley (Oxford: Clarendon Press, 1974), pp. 129-165.

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  • Pepper, Jon V., ‘Harriot’s manuscripts on shipbuilding and rigging (ca. 1608-1610)’ in Five hundred years of nautical science, 1400-1900 (London: National Maritime Museum, 1981), pp. 205-216.
    ——, ‘Studies in the mathematicala nd scientific work of Thomas Harriot’ (University College London, PhD Thesis 1979).
    ——, ‘Harriot’s manuscript on the theory of impacts, Annals of Science , 33:2 (1976), 131-151.
    ——, ‘Harriot’s Earlier Work on Mathematical Navigation: Theory and Practice’ in Thomas Harriot Renaissance Scientist , edited by John W. Shirley (Oxford: Clarendon Press, 1974), pp. 54-90.
    ——, ‘Harriot’s work on the true sea-chart’, in 1971 Actes XIIe Congrès Internationale d’Histoire des Sciences IV(Histoire des Mathématiques et de la Mécanique) (Paris, 1968),135-138.
    ——, ‘Harriot’s calculation of the Meridional Parts as Logarithmic Tangents’, Archive for the History of Exact Sciences, 4 (1968), 359-413.
    ——, ‘Some clarifications of Harriot’s solution of Mercator's problem’, History of Science , 14:4 (1976), 235-244.
    ——, ‘The study of Thomas Harriot’s manuscripts. II. Harriot's unpublished papers’, History of Science, 6 (1967), 17-40.
    ——, ‘A note on Hariot’s method of obtaining meridional parts’ Journal of the Institute of Navigation , 20 (1967), 347-9.
  • Prins, Jan, Walter Warner (ca. 1557-1643 and his Notes on Animal Organisms (Ph.D Thesis, University of Utrecht, 1992).
  • Pumfrey, Stephen, ‘Was Thomas Harriot the English Galileo? An Answer from Patronage Studies’, Bulletin of the Society for Renaissance Studies, 21 (2003), 11-22.
    ——, and Frances Dawbarn ‘Science and Patronage in England, 1570 -1625: A Preliminary Study’, History of Science 42 (2004), 137-88.
    ——,'Harriot's maps of the Moon: new interpretations', Notes and Records of the Royal Society, 63:2 (2009) 163-168.
  • Quinn, David Beers, ‘Thomas Harriot and the Problem of America’, in Thomas Harriot: An Elizabethan Man of Science , edited by Robert Fox (Aldershot: Ashgate, 2000), pp. 9-27.
    ——, Set fair for Roanoke: Voyages and Colonies, 1584-1606 (London and Chapel Hill NC: University of North Carolina Press, 1985).
    ——, ‘Thomas Harriot and the New World’ in Thomas Harriot Renaissance Scientist , edited by John W. Shirley (Oxford: Clarendon Press, 1974), pp. 36-53.
    ——, and John W. Shirley, ‘A Contemporary List of Hariot References’, Renaissance Quarterly , 22 (1969), 9-26.
  • Ricci, Saverio, Fortuna del Pensiero di Giordano Bruno (Florence: Le Lettere, 1990).
    ——, ‘Giordano Bruno e il “ Northumberland Circle” (1600 -1630)’ Rinascemento, second series, 25 (1985), 335-355.
  • Roche, J. J., ‘Harriot, Oxford and twentieth-century historiography’ in Thomas Harriot: An Elizabethan Man of Science, edited by Robert Fox (Aldershot: Ashgate, 2000), pp. 229-245.
    ——, ‘Thomas Harriot’s Observations of Halleys comet in 1607’ in The Light of Nature:Essays on the History and Philosophy of Science presented to A. C. Crombie, edited by John North and John J. Roche (Dordrecht: Kluwer, 1985), pp. 175-191.
    ——, ‘Harriot, Galileo and Jupiter’s Satellites’ Archives Internationales d’histoire des sciences , 32 (1982), 9-51.
    ——, ‘Harriot’s “Regiment of the Sun” and its background in sixteenth-century navigation’, British Journal of the History of Science , 14:48 (1981), 245-261
    ——, ‘Harriot, Galileo, and Jupiter's satellites’, Archives Internationales D’Histoire Des Sciences, 32 (1982), 9-51.
    ——, ‘Thomas Harriot’s Astronomy’ (University of Oxford, D. Phil Thesis, 1977).
  • Rosen, Edward, ‘Harriot’s Science, the Intellectual background’ in Thomas Harriot Renaissance Scientist , edited by John W. Shirley (Oxford: Clarendon Press, 1974), pp. 1-15.
  • Rukeyser, Muriel, The Traces of Thomas Harriot (New York: Random House, 1971).
  • Salmon, Vivian, ‘Thomas Harriot (1560-1621) and the English origins of Algonkian linguistics’, Historiographia linguistica , 19 (1992), 25-56, reprinted in Vivian Salmon, Language and Society in Early Modern England. Selected Essays 1981-1994, edited by Konrad Koerner, Studies in the History of the Language Sciences, 77 (Amsterdam and Philadelphia PA: John Benjamins, 1996), pp. 143-172.
  • Schemmel, Matthias,The English Galileo: Thomas Harriot's Work on Motion as an Example of Preclassical Mechanics, Boston Studies in the Philosophy of Science, 268, 2 vols (Dordrecht: Springer, 2008). ‘The English Galileo: Thomas Harriot and the Force of Shared Knowledge in Early Modern Mechanics’, Physics in Perspective, 8: 4 (2006), 360-380.
  • Schülting, Sabine, ‘Bringing “this monstrous birth to the world's light”: Colonial mimicry in early modern writing’, Erfurt Electronic Studies in English , 1 (1996).
  • Scriba, Christoph J., ‘Wallis und Harriot’, Centaurus, 10 (1965), 248-257.
  • Seltman, Muriel, ‘Harriot and Warner in Relation to Viète’ in Proceedings of the Canadian Society for History and Philosophy of Mathematics / Societé Canadienne d'Histoire et Philosophie des Mathématiques , 17, Thirtieth Annual Meeting/Réunion Annuelle, Clare College, Cambridge, UK, 2004, edited by Antonella Cupillari, pp. 202-218.
    ——, ‘Harriot's algebra: reputation and reality’, in Robert Fox (ed.), Thomas Harriot: an Elizabethan man of science (Aldershot: Ashgate, 2000), pp. 153-185.
    ——,
    ‘The Artis analyticae praxis of Harriot and Warner in focus. The John Fauvel Memorial Lecture’, BSHM Bulletin: Journal of the British Society for the History of Mathematics, 23:2 (2008): 73 - 80.
    ——, and Robert Goulding (eds.), Thomas Harriot’s Artis Analyticae Praxis: An English Translation with Commentary , Sources and Studies in the History of Mathematics and Physical Sciences (Springer, 2007).
    ——, and Eddie Mizzi, ‘Thomas Harriot: father of English algebra?’, Mathematical Intelligencer, 19:1 (1997), 46-49.
  • Shirley, John W., Thomas Harriot: A Biography (Oxford: Clarendon Press, 1983).
    ——, A Source Book for the Study of Thomas Harriot (New York: Arno Press, 1981).
    ——, ‘Thomas Harriot’s Lunar Observations’ in Science and History: Essays in Honour of Edward Rosen , edited by Erna Hilfstein, pawel Czartoryski and Frank D. Grande, Studia Copernicana, 16 (Wroclaw: Ossolineum, The Polish Academy of Sciences Press 1978), pp. 283-308.
    ——, Thomas Harriot Renaissance Scientist (Oxford: Clarendon Press, 1974).
    ——, ‘An early experimental determination of Snell’s Law’, American Journal of Physics , 19 (1951), 507-8.
    ——, ‘Binary Numeration before Leibnitz’, American Journal of Physics, 19 (1951), 452-4.
    ——, ‘The Scientific Experiments of Sir Walter Raleigh, the Wizard Earl, and the Three Magi in the Tower 1603-17’, Ambix, 4 (1949-51), 52-66.
  • Simpson, Marcus B. and Sallie W. Simpson, ‘Thomas Harriot’s A briefe and true report of the new found land of Virginia , 1588: an additional source for Dr John Brickell’s Natural History of North Carolina, 1737’, North Carolina Historical Review, 58 (1981), 155-162.
  • Smith, Bruce R., ‘Mouthpieces: Native American Voices in Thomas Harriot’s True and Brief Report of . . . Virginia, Gaspar Pérez de Villagrá’s Historia de la Nuevo México, and John Smith’s General History of Virginia ’, New Literary History , 32:3 (2001), 501-517.
  • Smith, Russel, 'Optical Reflection and Mechanical Rebound: The Shift from Analogy to Axiomatization in the Seventeenth Century. Part 1', British Journal for the History of Science, 41:1 (2008): 1-18.
  • Sokol, B. J., Pearls, Shakespeare, and Epistemology in Harriot’s Time Thomas Harriot Seminar Occasional papers, 33 (Durham: Thomas Harriot Seminar, 2005).
    ——, A Brave New World of Knowledge: Shakespeare’s The Tempest and Early Modern Epistemology (London: Associated University Presses, 2003).
    ——, ‘Margaret Cavendish’s Poems and Fancies and Thomas Harriot's Treatise on Infinity’, in Stephen Clucas (ed.), A Princely Brave Woman: essays on Margaret Cavendish, Duchess of Newcastle (Aldershot: Ashgate Press, 2003), pp. 156-170.
    ——, Invisible Evidence: The Unfounded Attack on Thomas Harriot's Reputation (Durham: Thomas Harriot Seminar, 1995).
    ——, ‘The Problem of Assessing Thomas Harriot’s A briefe and true report of his Discoveries in North America ’, Annals of Science, 51 (1994), 1-16.
    ——, ‘Holofernes in Rabelais and Shakespeare and Some Manuscript Verses of Thomas Harriot’, Etudes Rabelaisiennes, 25 (1991), 131-135.
    ——, ‘Thomas Harriot – Sir Walter Raleigh’s tutor – on population’, Annals of Science, 31 (1974), 205-212.
    ——, ‘Thomas Harriot's Notes on Sir Walter Ralegh's Address from the Scaffold’, Manuscripts 26 (1974): 198-206.
  • Staiger, Ralph, Thomas Harriot. Science Pioneer (New York: Clarion Books, 1998).
  • Stedall, Jacqueline A., and Beery, Janet (eds.), Thomas Harriot's Doctrine of Triangular Numbers: the 'Magisteria Magna' (Zürich: European Mathematical Society Publications, 2009)
  • Stedall, Jacqueline A.,
    ——,'Thomas Harriot (1560-1621): History and historiography', in The History of the History of Mathematics: Case Studies for the Seventeenth, Eighteenth and Nineteenth Centuries, edited by Benjamin Wardhaugh (Peter Lang: Bern, 2012), pp. 145-164.
    ——,'Notes made by Thomas Harriot on the Treatises of François Viète ', Archive for the History of the Exact Sciences, 62 (2008): 179-200.
    ——,
    'Symbolism, combinations and visual imagery in the mathematics of Thomas Harriot', Historia Mathematica, 34 (2007): 380-401.
    ——, A Discourse Concerning Algebra: English Algebra to 1685 (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2003)
    ——, The Greate Invention of Algebra: Thomas Harriot’s Treatise on Equations (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2003)
    ——, ‘ “Rob'd of Glories”: The Posthumous Misfortunes of Thomas Harriot and His Algebra’, Archive for History of Exact Sciences, 54 (2000): 455-497.
  • Stevens, Henry, Thomas Hariot: The Mathematician, the Philosopher, and the Scholar (London, 1900, reprinted New York: Lenox Hill, 1972).

T-Z

  • Tanner, R. C. H., ‘Nathaniel Torporley’s Congestor analyticus and Thomas Harriot’s De triangulis laterum rationalium’, Annals of Science, 34:4 (1977), 393-428.
    ——, ‘The ordered regiment of the minus sign: off-beat mathematics in Harriot’s manuscripts’, Annals of Science, 37:2 (1980), 127-158.
    ——, ‘Henry Stevens and the Associates of Thomas Harriot’ in Thomas Harriot Renaissance Scientist , edited by John W. Shirley (Oxford: Clarendon Press, 1974), pp. 91-106.
    ——, ‘Thomas Harriot and Marinus Ghetaldi’, Jugoslavenska Akademija Znanosti I Umjetnosti ( Zagreb, 1969), pp. 161-170.
    ——, ‘La place de Thomas Harriot dans l’histoire de la médicine et de l’astronomie’, Gesnerus, 24 (1967), 75-77.
    ——, ‘The study of Thomas Harriot's manuscripts. I. Harriot’s will’, History of science, 6 (1967), 1-16.
    ——, ‘Thomas Harriot as mathematician. A legacy of hearsay, II’, Physis, 9 (1967), 235-247.
    ——, ‘Thomas Harriot as mathematician. A legacy of hearsay, II’, Physis, 9 (1967), 257-292.
    ——, ‘On the role of equality and inequality in the history of mathematics’, British Jounral for the History of Science, 1 (1952), 156-169.
  • Taunton , Nina, 1590s Drama and Militarism: Portrayals of War in Marlowe, Chapman and Shakespeare’s Henry V (Aldershot: Ashgate, 2001).
  • Taylor, E. G. R., ‘Hariot’s Instructions for Ralegh’s Voyage to Virginia’, Journal of the Instiutute of Navigation, 5 (1952), 345-350.
    ——, and D. H. Sadler, ‘The doctrine of nauticall triangles compendious’, Journal of the Instiutute of Navigation, 6 (1953), 131-147.
  • Thomas, Steven, ‘What Ralegh Discovered about Guiana’, Proceedings of theEarly Ibero-Anglo Americanist Summit, Tucson, AZ, 16-19 May 2002.
  • Trevor-Roper, Hugh, ‘Harriot’s Physician: Theodore de Mayerne’ in Thomas Harriot: An Elizabethan Man of Science, edited by Robert Fox (Aldershot: Ashgate, 2000), pp. 48-63.
  • Walton, Steven A., Thomas Harriot’s Ballistics, Durham Thomas Harriot Seminar Occasional Papers, 30 (Durham: The Thomas Harriot Seminar, 1999).
  • Webb, Suzanne S., ‘Raleigh and Atheism in Elizabethan and Early Stuart England’, Albion, 1 (1969), 10-18.
  • White, George W., ‘Thomas Harriot’s Observations on American Geology in 1588’, Transactions of Illinois Academy of Science, 45 (1952), 116-121.
  • Whiteside, D. T., ‘In search of Thomas Harriot’, History of Science, 13 (1975), 61-62.