Serge Lang

Serge Lang (1927–2005) Serge Lang (; May 19, 1927 – September 12, 2005) was a French-American mathematician and activist who taught at Yale University for most of his career. He is known for his work in number theory and for his mathematics textbooks, including the influential ''Algebra''. He received the Frank Nelson Cole Prize in 1960 and was a member of the Bourbaki group. As an activist, he campaigned successfully against the nomination of the political scientist Samuel P. Huntington to the National Academies of Science, and later descended into AIDS denialism, claiming that HIV had not been proven to cause AIDS and protesting Yale's research into HIV/AIDS. Provided by Wikipedia

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by Lang, Serge
Published 1980
Springer US

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by Lang, Serge
Published 1985
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by Lang, Serge
Published 1986
Springer New York

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by Lang, Serge
Published 1987
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by Lang, Serge
Published 1983
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by Lang, Serge
Published 1983
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by Lang, Serge
Published 1985
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by Lang, Serge
Published 1985
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by Lang, Serge
Published 1978
Springer New York

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by Lang, Serge
Published 2002
Springer New York

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by Lang, Serge
Published 1981
Springer New York

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by Lang, Serge
Published 1993
Springer New York

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by Lang, Serge
Published 1990
Springer New York

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by Lang, Serge
Published 1988
Springer New York

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by Lang, Serge
Published 1987
Springer New York

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by Lang, Serge
Published 1986
Springer New York

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by Lang, Serge
Published 1985
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by Lang, Serge
Published 1999
Springer New York

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by Lang, Serge
Published 1995
Springer New York

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by Lang, Serge
Published 1995
Springer New York