Books, Essays and Blogs
Patterns of Symmetry, University of Massachusetts Press, Amherst, 1977, 160 pp. With George Fleck. Paperback edition, University of Massachusetts Press, 1981.
Uzori Symmetrii, Russian edition of (a), MIR, Moscow, 1980. With supplementary articles, paperback,
M. Senechal, editor. Structure of Matter and Patterns in Science. Proceedings of a symposium inspired by the work and life of Dorothy Wrinch, September 1977. Schenkman Publishing Co., Cambridge 1980, 210 pp..
M. Senechal and G. Fleck, editors (and contributors). Shaping Space: a polyhedral approach. Birkhauser, Boston, 1988.
M. Senechal, Crystalline Symmetries: An informal mathematical introduction. Institute of Physics, Alan Hilger, Ltd., 1990..
M. Senechal, editor, The Cultures of Science, Nova Science Publishers, 1994..
M. Senechal, Quasicrystals and Geometry, Cambridge University Press, in 1995; paperback edition 1996.
S. Sherer and M. Senechal, Long Life to Your Children! A portrait of High Albania, University of Massachusetts Press, Amherst, 1997.
M. Senechal, Northampton’s Century of Silk, City of Northampton’s 350th anniversary chapbook series, 2004, 90 pp.
M. Senechal, editor (and contributor), Silk Unraveled!, Smith College Studies in History, Vol. LIII, 2005, 274 pp.
J. Field, M. Senechal, and M. Shaw, American Silk: 1832 – 1932, Texas Tech University Press, 2007, 326 pp. Winner of the American Costume Society’s Millia Davenport Publication Award, 2008
C. Davis, M. Senechal, and J. Zwicky, eds, The Shape of Content: an anthology of creative writing in mathematics and science, A. K. Peters Ltd, 2008
M. Senechal, I Died for Beauty: Dorothy Wrinch and the Cultures of Science, Oxford University Press, 2013.
M. Senechal, ed., Shaping Space: exploring polyhedra through art, nature, and the geometrical imagination, Springer, 2013
Narco Brat, published in “Of Human Bondage: Historical Perspectives on Addiction“, edited by D. Patey, Smith College Studies in History LII, 2003. View PDF
Oxford University Press Blog:
Prof. Marjorie Senechal, Smith College: “Quasicrystals Gifts to Mathematics” Jan. 12,2011