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11. Bibliograpghy

Bibliografia scelta
  1. ABOUT ENRICO FERMI
  • Laura Fermi, Atoms in the Family, 1954
  • Emilio Segrè, Enrico Fermi, Physicist. A Scientific Biography, 1970
  • Lanfranco Belloni, From Fermi to Rubbia, 1988
  • Bruno Pontecorvo, Enrico Fermi: memories of Students and Friends, 1993
  • Carlo Bernardini and Luisa Bonolis, Enrico Fermi: His Work and Legacy, 2001, then 2004
  • Gianni Battimelli, Fermi’s Legacy. Photographic History from 1927 to 1959 from the Archives of Edoardo Amaldi, 2003
  • Giulio Maltese, Enrico Fermi in America: a Scientific Biography, 2003
  • James W. Cronin, Fermi Remembered, 2004
  • Francesco Guerra, Nadia Robotti, The Lost Notebook of Enrico Fermi, 2015, then 2017
  • Gino Segrè, Bettina Hoerlin, The Pope of Physics, 2017
  • David N. Schwartz, The Last Man Who Knew Everything, 2018
  • Enrico Fermi in Florence. The “Lessons of Rational Mechanics” for the two-year preparatory course for engineering studies 1924–1926 by R. Casalbuoni et al., Florence, Firenze University Press, 2019.

 

  1. ABOUT EDOARDO AMALDI
  • 20th Century Physics: Essays and Recollections. A Selection of Historical Writings by Edoardo Amaldi, ed. by G. Battimelli, G. Paoloni, 1998.
  • The Legacy of Edoardo Amaldi in Science and Society, ed. by F. Ferroni, 2008
  • Lodovica Clavarino, Science and Politics in the Nuclear Age. The Pacifist Choice, Edoardo Amaldi, 2014

 

  1. ABOUT ETTORE MAIORANA
  • Leonardo Sciascia, The Disappearance of Majorana, 1975
  • Erasmo Recami, The Majorana Case: Letters, Documents, Testimonies, 2000
  • Salvatore Esposito, The Vacant Chair: Ettore Majorana: Ingenuity and Mysteries, 2009
  • Luisa Bonolis, Majorana: the Missing Genius, 2002
  • Francesco Guerra, Nadia Robotti, Ettore Majorana: Aspects of His Scientific and Academic Activity, 2008
  • Giulio Maltese, The Pope and the Inquisitor: Enrico Fermi, Ettore Majorana, via Panisperna, 2010
  • Joao Magueijo, The Missing Particle, 2011

 

ABOUT BRUNO PONTECORVO

  • Miriam Mafai, The Long Cold: Story of Bruno Pontecorvo, the Scientist Who Chose the USSR, 1992
  • Simone Turchetti, The Pontecorvo Case: Nuclear Physics, Politics and Security Services in the Cold War, 2007

 

  1. ABOUT EMILIO SEGRE
  • Emilio Segré, Autobiography of a Physicist, 1995

 

  1. ABOUT THE HISTORY OF THE PHYSICAL INSTITUTE OF ROME
  • Lectures and Speeches by Orso Mario Corbino, 1938
  • Gianni Battimelli, Maria Grazia Ianniello, Fermi and Surroundings. Two Centuries of Physics in Rome (1748–1960), 2013
  • Miriam Focaccia, Pietro Blaserna and the Birth of the Institute of Physics in Rome—A Gentleman Scientist at Via Panisperna, 2016, then 2019
  • Battimelli, G. Paoloni, University, industry and politics: Orso Mario Corbino as organizer of physical research in Italy (1908–1937), in «Quaderni di Storia della Fisica», 23/2020, pp. 79–89.

 

  1. SCIENCE AND WAR
  • Edoardo Amaldi, From Via Panisperna to America. The Italian Physicists and the Second World War, edited by G. Battimelli-M. De Maria, 1997
  • Alan D. Beyerchen, Scientists under Hitler: Politics and the Physics Community in the Third Reich, 1981
  • John Cornwell, Hitler’s Scientists. Science, War and the Pact with the Devil, 2006
  • Robert Jungk, The Sorcerer’s Apprentices. Dilemmas and Co