MY FAMILY

Uta Feinstein

My wife, Uta Feinstein, is currently in the fifth year of a part-time BA Fine Arts degree at the University of Nottingham. She now has her own web page at http://www.uta-feinstein.com (but there is additional information on each individual piece of art at http://www.axisweb.org/p/utafeinstein/).

Elaine Feinstein

My mother, Elaine Feinstein, is a prize-winning poet, novelist, playwright, biographer and translator. Her web page is at http://www.elainefeinstein.com/

Martin Feinstein

My elder brother Martin Feinstein is an acclaimed musician, whose ensemble, the Feinstein Ensemble, specialises in the historically accurate performance of music from the 18th century.

Adam Feinstein

My eldest brother Adam is a journalist and author. His two publsihed books so far are the biography Pablo Neruda: A Passion for Life and A History of Autism: Conversations with the Pioneers, which features in–depth discussions with leading professionals and pioneers to provide an unprecedented insight into the historical changes in the perception of autism and approaches to it.

Adam also edits a newsletter on autism, Looking Up.

4 responses to “MY FAMILY

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  3. Hello. Your brother, Martin, tried to teach me the flute when he was a struggling student; I had already read your mother’s translations of Russian poetry (and her own writings). I’ve just come across a review written by Adam of a book I was interested in… And now I happen upon your mathematics blog. What an extraordinary family you all are! Very glad to know Martin is doing well.

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  4. Mathematical Lawyer

    I apologize if my earlier comments were offensive in any way.

    I have now listened to some of your presentations, and although they are a bit above me, I am learning bits and pieces. Gower’s web blog was quite nice as well, but I will return to these things later. It’s very interesting to read about maths which are far above my comfort level.

    Thanks again. No doubt these messages were all chopped in the belief that I am a spammer, but I am not. Have a good weekend!

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