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Myra M. Sampson Professor in Mathematics
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James Henle earned his Ph.D. from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology.
Professor Henle's fields of interest include: set theory, logic, nonstandard analysis, mathematics education, philosophy of mathematics, music and food.
Henle was a Peace Corps volunteer in the Philippines and has made research trips to England and Venezuela. His current research takes him to to flashing lights, sticky bounces, historic camera angles, economic inequality and tiling planes with squares.
Henle is the author of An Outline of Set Theory and the co–author of Infinitesimal Calculus (with E. M. Kleinberg), Sweet Reason (with the late Tom Tymoczko) and Calculus: The Language of Change (with David Cohen).
He plays clarinet in the Northampton Woodwind Quintet and the Valley Light Opera.