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Gray, Jeremy (2023). Reflections. In: Chemla, Karine; Ferreirós, José; Ji, Lizhen; Scholz, Erhard and Wang, Chang eds. The Richness of the History of Mathematics: A Tribute to Jeremy Gray. Archimedes (ARIM), 66. Springer, Cham, pp. 677–691.

Gray, Jeremy; Cherry, Joshua L.; Wagenmakers, Eric-Jan and Ly, Alexander (2023). [Editorial] The Jeffreys–Lindley paradox: an exchange. Archive for History of Exact Sciences, 77(4) pp. 443–449.

Eisenbud, David and Gray, Jeremy (2023). F. S. Macaulay: From plane curves to Gorenstein rings. Bulletin of the American Mathematical Society, 60(3) pp. 371–406.

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Archibald, Tom; Arthur, Richard T. W.; Ferraro, Giovanni; Gray, Jeremy; Jesseph, Douglas; Lützen, Jesper; Panza, Marco; Rabouin, David and Schubring, Gert (2022). A Question of Fundamental Methodology: Reply to Mikhail Katz and His Coauthors. The Mathematical Intelligencer, 44 pp. 360–363.

Gray, Jeremy (2022). Some Problems in the History of Modern Mathematics. In: Morel, Jean-Michel and Teissier, Bernard eds. Mathematics Going Forward : Collected Mathematical Brushstrokes. Lecture Notes in Mathematics, 2313. Springer, pp. 315–323.

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Barrow-Green, June; Gray, Jeremy and Wilson, Robin (2019). The History of Mathematics: A Source-Based Approach. Providence, USA: The American Mathematical Society.

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Bottazzini, Umberto and Gray, Jeremy J. (2013). Hidden Harmony — Geometric Fantasies: The rise of complex function theory. Sources and Studies in the History of Mathematics and Physical Sciences. Heidelberg: Springer.

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Gray, Jeremy (2012). Henri Poincaré: a scientific biography. Princeton, New Jersey: Princeton University Press.

Gray, Jeremy (2012). Poincaré Replies to Hilbert: On the future of mathematics ca. 1908. Mathematical Intelligencer, 34(3) pp. 15–29.

Gray, Jeremy (2012). Poincaré and the idea of a group. Nieuw Archief voor Wiskunde, 13(3) pp. 178–186.

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Gray, Jeremy (2011). Overstating their case? Reflections on British pure mathematics in the 19th century. In: Flood, Raymond; Rice, Adrian and Wilson, Robin eds. Mathematics in Victorian Britain. Oxford: Oxford University Press, pp. 397–414.

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Gray, Jeremy (2010). Worlds out of Nothing: A Course on the History of Geometry in the 19th Century. Springer Undergraduate Mathematics Series. London: Springer.

Gray, Jeremy (2010). Poincaré and complex function theory. In: Bour, Pierre; Rebuschi, Manuel and Rollet, Laurent eds. Construction: Festschrift for Gerhard Heinzmann. Tributes (14). London: College Publications, pp. 3–22.

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Gray, Jeremy (2009). Mathematics, motion, and truth: the Earth goes round the Sun. In: Canadian Mathematical Society and the Canadian Society for the History and Philosophy of Science, 4-8 Jun 2009, St Johns, Newfoundland, Canada.

Gray, Jeremy (2009). Nineteenth century analysis as philosophy of mathematics. In: Van Kerkhove, Bart ed. New Perspectives on Mathematical Practice. Singapore: World Scientific, pp. 138–149.

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Gray, Jeremy (2008). The work of Jesse Douglas on Minimal Surfaces. Bulletin of the American Mathematical Society, 45(2) pp. 293–302.

Gray, Jeremy (2008). Plato's Ghost: the modernist transformation of mathematics. Princeton New Jersey, USA: Princeton University Press.

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Gray, Jeremy (2007). Worlds out of nothing: a course in the history of geometry in the 19th Century. Springer Undergraduate Mathematics Series. London, UK: Springer.

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Barrow-Green, June and Gray, Jeremy (2006). Geometry at Cambridge, 1863-1940. Historia Mathematica, 33(3) pp. 315–356.

Gray, Jeremy (2006). A History of Prizes in Mathematics. In: Carlson, J.; Jaffe, A. and Wiles, A. eds. The Millennium Prize Problems. Cambridge, Mass. USA, and Providence, Rhode Island, USA: CMI/AMS, pp. 3–30.

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Gray, Jeremy J. (2004). Janos Bolyai, non-Euclidean geometry, and the nature of space. Burndy Library Publications (new series), 1. Cambridge, Mass., USA: Burndy Library MIT Press.

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Gray, Jeremy (2002). Languages for mathematics and the language of mathematics in a world of nations. In: Parshall, Karen Hunger and Rice, Adrian C eds. Mathematics unbound: the evolution of an international mathematical research community, 1800-1945. History of mathematics (23). Providence, Rhode Island USA: American Mathematical Society and London Mathematical Society, pp. 210–228.


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