Manjul Bhargava collection
Scope and Contents
The collection consists of letters in support of Manjul Bhargava’s nomination for the 1996 Morgan Prize, award announcement, emails, and an unpublished paper by Bhargava.
Materials are in English.
Forms part of the Archives of American Mathematics.
- Creation: 1996 - 2014
- Bhargava, Manjul, 1974- (Person)
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Manjul Bhargava (1974-) is a Canadian-American mathematician known for his contributions to number theory. He was awarded the Fields Medal in 2014 and the Morgan Prize in 1996. Bhargava is the R. Brandon Fradd Professor of Mathematics at Princeton University.
Language of Materials
The Manjul Bhargava Collection (1996-2014) consists of letters in support of Manjul Bhargava’s nomination for the 1996 Morgan Prize, award announcement, emails, and an unpublished paper by Bhargava.
This collection was processed by Carol Mead, February 2017.
- Manjul Bhargava Collection, 1996-2014
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