Matthew Stanley (professor)
Matthew Stanley is an author and professor of the history of science at the Gallatin School of Individualized Study within New York University.
His work has appeared in the scientific publications Physics Today and Physics World as well as the mass market newspaper the Los Angeles Review of Books. In addition, he has been a part of general interest documentary programs appearing on the History Channel.
The Washington Post has written in support of Stanley's storytelling style, the publication praising the author's 2020 work Einstein's War.
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