Hochschild can refer to:

  • Adam Hochschild, 1942-present, American writer
  • Arlie Russell Hochschild, American sociologist
  • Gerhard Hochschild (1915-2010), American mathematician
  • Mauricio Hochschild, Bolivian tin baron
  • In math, the Hochschild homology

Other articles related to "hochschild":

Hochschild, Kohn Belvedere And Hess Shoes
... Hochschild, Kohn Belvedere and Hess Shoes is a national historic district consisting of a combined department store and shoe store building located at Baltimore, Maryland, United States ... (4,200 m2) two-story plus basement, Hochschild, Kohn Belvedere department store (constructed 1946-1948) and the attached Hess Shoes (1948) store ... Hochschild, Kohn Belvedere and Hess Shoes was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 2003 ...
Definition of Hochschild Homology of Algebras - Hochschild Complex
... The chain complex that gives rise to Hochschild homology is given by with boundary operator di defined by Here ai is in A for all 1 ≤ i ≤ n and m ∈ M ... If we let then b ° b = 0, so (Cn(A,M), b) is a chain complex called the Hochschild complex, and its homology is the Hochschild homology of A with ...
Moritz Hochschild - Career
... Hochschild was a German agnostic Jew whose family had already been active in the mining industry for over a generation ... After Hochschild graduated from school, he studied mining and engineering at the Freiberg University of Mining and Technology ... In 1919, Hochschild returned once again to South America with his wife, Käthe Rosenbaum, whom he had married the previous year ...
Hochschild Mining
... Hochschild Mining plc (LSE HOC) is a leading British-based silver and gold mining business operating in North, Central and South America ... The main shareholder is the Peruvian businessman Eduardo Hochschild ...
Hochschild Homology
... In mathematics, Hochschild homology (and cohomology) is a homology theory for associative algebras over rings ... There is also a theory for Hochschild homology of certain functors ... Hochschild cohomology was introduced by Gerhard Hochschild (1945) for algebras over a field, and extended to algebras over more general rings by Cartan Eilenberg (1956) ...

Famous quotes containing the word hochschild:

    Most women without children spend much more time than men on housework; with children, they devote more time to both housework and child care. Just as there is a wage gap between men and women in the workplace, there is a “leisure gap” between them at home. Most women work one shift at the office or factory and a “second shift” at home.
    —Arlie Hochschild (20th century)

    Just as the archetype of the supermom—the woman who can do it all—minimizes the real needs of women, so too the archetype of the “superkid” minimizes the real needs of children. It makes it all right to treat a young child as if he or she were older.
    —Arlie Hochschild (20th century)

    As long as the “woman’s work” that some men do is socially devalued, as long as it is defined as woman’s work, as long as it’s tacked onto a “regular” work day, men who share it are likely to develop the same jagged mouth and frazzled hair as the coffee-mug mom. The image of the new man is like the image of the supermom: it obscures the strain.
    —Arlie Hochschild (20th century)