Support for the project comes from PUP, endowments from individuals and universities, the National Science Foundation, and the National Endowment for the Humanities. Short Title: Vol. Courtesy of the Caltech Archives. In his last will and testament, Einstein bequeathed his literary estate and his personal papers to the Hebrew University. The founding editor of the project was professor of physics John Stachel. Click to read more on Springer's website. Diana Kormos-Buchwald: Director & General Editor, Robert M. Abbey Professor of History at Caltech. The volumes are presented in the original language version with in-depth English language annotation and other scholarly apparatus. The papers cover everything from relativity and quantum mechanics to pacifism and Zionism. A joint project funded by The Polonsky Foundation as part of its International Digitization Project: Albert Einstein Archives The Library Authority The Hebrew University of Jerusalem: Einstein Papers Project at the California Institute of Technology with the support of Princeton University Press In 2000, professor of history Diana Kormos-Buchwald was appointed general editor and director of the EPP and established offices for the project at the California Institute of Technology (Caltech) In Pasadena, California. Eventually, the Digital Einstein Papers website will provide access to all of Einstein's writings and correspondence accompanied by scholarly annotation and apparatus. The site presents volumes 1–13 and will add subsequent volumes in the series roughly two years after original book publication. With Charles St. John and Walther Mayer on top of the solar tower telescope, Mt. "Here in Pasadena it is like Paradise. The Einstein Paper’s Project at Caltech is a granular examination of the great scientist’s life and legacy. Chapters focus on the early reception of the theory in physics and philosophy and on the systematic questions that emerged shortly after Einstein's momentous discovery. The cream of international science, an impressive list of dignitaries, including the Prince Consort, and thousands of ordinary people turned out to see Lorentz being carried to his last resting place. Courtesy of the Caltech Archives. A. Michelson, Albert Einstein, Robert A. Millikan. With each documentary edition, the EPP simultaneously publishes a companion English translation volume. Always sunshine and clear air, gardens with palms and pepper trees and friendly people who smile at one and ask for autographs.". The Einstein Papers Project is engaged in one of the most ambitious scholarly publishing ventures undertaken in the history of science.
Back row: Walter S. Adams, Walther Mayer, Max Ferrrand. By establishing the historical context first, and then moving into more philosophical chapters, this volume will provide readers with a more complete understanding of early applications of general relativity (e.g., to cosmology) and of related philosophical issues. Barbara Oberg: Professor, Department of History (Princeton University), Moshe Sluhovsky: Professor and Chair, Department of History, Vigevani Chair in European Studies (The Hebrew University of Jerusalem), This page was last edited on 22 June 2020, at 11:42. Albert and Elsa Einstein receiving California Governor James Rolph, Jr. and reporters in front of their rented house in Pasadena, early 1931. Wilson Observatory, with Edwin Hubble and Walter Adams, January 1931. One of few existing color photos of Einstein; on the porch of his house in Princeton, February 1954. are in English. Courtesy of the Caltech Archives. Nobel Prize-winning physicist Albert Einstein died in Princeton, N.J., on the morning of April 18, 1955. , The trustees of Einstein's literary estate were:, The editors of The Collected Papers of Albert Einstein were:, Current editors of The Collected Papers of Albert Einstein are:, The current Executive Committee members of the project are:, Coordinates: 34°08′23″N 118°07′18″W / 34.13967°N 118.12163°W / 34.13967; -118.12163, Volume 9 - Correspondence January 1919-April 1920, Volume 10 - Correspondence May–December 1920, Supplementary Correspondence 1909-1920, Volume 11 - Cumulative Index, Bibliography, List of Correspondence, Chronology, and Errata to Volumes 1 - 10, Volume 12 - The Berlin Years: Correspondence, January - December 1921, Volume 13 - The Berlin Years: Writings & Correspondence, January 1922 - March 1923, Volume 14 - The Berlin Years: Writings & Correspondence, April 1923 - May 1925, Volume 15 - The Berlin Years: Writings & Correspondence, June 1925 - May 1927, List of scientific publications by Albert Einstein, "Volume 1 - Einstein Papers Project at Caltech", "Volume 2 - Einstein Papers Project at Caltech", "Volume 3 - Einstein Papers Project at Caltech", "Volume 4 - Einstein Papers Project at Caltech", "Volume 5 - Einstein Papers Project at Caltech", "Volume 6 - Einstein Papers Project at Caltech", "Volume 7 - Einstein Papers Project at Caltech", "Volume 8 - Einstein Papers Project at Caltech", "Volume 9 - Einstein Papers Project at Caltech", "Volume 10 - Einstein Papers Project at Caltech", "Volume 11 - Einstein Papers Project at Caltech", "Volume 12 - Einstein Papers Project at Caltech", "Volume 13 - Einstein Papers Project at Caltech", "Volume 14 - Einstein Papers Project at Caltech", "Volume 15 - Einstein Papers Project at Caltech", "Thousands of Einstein Documents Are Now a Click Away", "What Could Be Lost as Einstein's Papers Go Online", "The History of the Albert Einstein Archives", "Past Editors and Staff - Einstein Papers Project at Caltech", "Executive Committee - Einstein Papers Project at Caltech", The Emergency Committee of Atomic Scientists in Post-War America (Project of the Oregon State University), "Now on the Web, a Peek Into Einstein's Thoughts", "Dear Albert: Caltech's Einstein Papers Project unveils another volume filled with the great man's private correspondence", "After the Prize: Indexing at the Einstein Papers Project", Sassoon Center for the Study of Antisemitism, Investigations on the Theory of Brownian Movement, Relativity: The Special and the General Theory, Die Grundlagen der Einsteinschen Relativitäts-Theorie, List of things named after Albert Einstein, https://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=Einstein_Papers_Project&oldid=963891835, Organizations based in Pasadena, California, Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License, Robert Schulmann: Editor, volumes 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9; Associate Editor, volumes 1, 2, A. J. Kox: Editor, volumes 3, 4, 5, 6, 8, 11, 15; Associate Editor, volumes 7, 9, 10, 12, 13, 14, Tilman Sauer: Editor, volumes 9, 10, 11, 12, 13, 14; Contributing Editor, volume 4, Virginia Iris Holmes: Editor, volumes 10, 12, Osik Moses: Editor, volumes 11, 14; Associate Editor, volumes 12, 13, Dennis Lehmkuhl: Editor, volume 15; Associate Editor, volumes 13, 14. Diana Kormos Buchwald, Director & General Editor, Robert M. Abbey Professor of History at Caltech. Click to read more on Oxford University Press' website. Looking into the eyepiece of the 100-inch Hooker telescope at Mt. The pace and atmosphere of an academic research project does not always match that of contemporary day-to-day life. Courtesy of the Caltech Archives. A unique resource: You can access our database of 90,000+ records of all known Einstein manuscripts and correspondence and also search the full text of 2,000 digitized items.