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Hopkins, Brian and Wilson, Robin (2007). Euler's science of combinations. In: Bradley, Robert E. and Sandifer, C. Edward eds. Leonhard Euler: Life, Work and Legacy. Studies in the History and Philosophy of Mathematics (5). Elsevier, pp. 395–408.

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Rice, Adrian C. and Wilson, Robin J. (2003). The rise of British analysis in the early 20th century: the role of G.H. Hardy and the London Mathematical Society. Historia Mathematica, 30(2) pp. 173–194.

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Wilson, Robin (2009). Communicating Mathematics: a historical and personal journey. Newsletter of the European Mathematical Society, 71(1) pp. 15–20.

Wilson, Robin (2009). The early history of Gresham College. In: AMS-MAA Joint Winter Meeting, 5-8 January 2009, Washington DC, USA.

Wilson, Robin (2009). Lewis Carroll in Numberland. In: AMS-MAA Joint Winter Meeing, 5-8 January 2009, Washington DC, USA.

Wilson, Robin (2009). 100 years of graph theory. In: Jubilee Conference on Discrete Mathematics, 11-13 January 2009, Banasthali University, India.

Wilson, Robin (2009). Communicating mathematics. In: Adults Learning Mathematics, 7-10 Jul 2009, South Bank University, London.

Wilson, Robin (2009). The early years of Gresham College, London. In: XXIII International Congress of History of Science and Technology, 28 Jul - 2 Aug 2009, Budapest, Hungary.

Wilson, Robin (2009). Euler, 300 years on. In: Teachers' Summer Course, 24-28 August 2009, University of York.

Wilson, Robin (2009). Graph Theory Workshop. In: Teachers Summer Course, 24-28 August, University of York.

Wilson, Robin (2009). Charles Dodgson and Thomas Hirst. In: Euclidean Geometry in Nineteenth-Century Culture, 1-2 October 2009, University of Cambridge.

Wilson, Robin (2008). Lewis Carroll in Numberland. London: Allen Lane.

Wilson, Robin (2003). Four colours suffice: how the Map Problem was solved. London, UK: Allen Lane.

Wilson, Robin (2003). The Early history of block designs. Rendiconti del Seminario Matematico di Messina, Serie 11, Tomo 25(9) pp. 267–276.

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