Welcome to ProfBradley.com, my home page at Adelphi University, where I'm professor of mathematics and chairman of the department of mathematics and computer science.

In the Fall semester of 2020 I'm teaching Calculus 3 (Math 243 section 1) and Intro to Probability Theory (Math 361 section 1). If you are a student in one of those classes, you can access course materials through Moodle, via ecampus.

My office hours are Monday 1:30-3:30, Wednesday 11-12, and Thursday 2-3. If you want to see me during my office hours, please email me at "bradley AT adelphi DOT edu" for a Zoom invitation. If you want to see me at some other time, please email me to check availablity.

I'm president of the Euler Society and past chairman of the History of Mathematics Special Interest Group of the Mathematical Association of America. I'm an organizer of both the Pohle Colloquium and the ARITHMOS seminar, and a past president of CSHPM (the Canadian Society for History and Philosophy of Mathematics).

My annotated translation of Cauchy's Cours d'analyse, done with C. Edward Sandifer, was published by Springer in 2009.

Our next project, along with Salvatore J. Petrill, was an annotated translation of Analyse des infiniment petits, the first-ever calculus textbook, written by the Marquis de l'Hôpital.

2007 was Leonhard Euler's tercentenary. To celebrate, Ed and I edited two books on his life and accomplishments: Leonhard Euler: Life, Work and Legacy and Euler at 300: An Appreciation, the second one co-edited with Lawrence A. D'Antonio.

Before I came to Adelphi, I was visiting assistant professor at Northwestern University. My Ph.D. is from the University of Toronto, where I wrote my thesis under the direction of Mustafa Akcoglu. Before that I studied at Concordia University and at Oxford University. At Oxford, I attended University College.

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