Electricity and Magnetism is a standard textbook in electromagnetism originally published by Nobel laureate Edward Mills Purcell in 1963. Along with David Griffiths' Introduction to Electrodynamics, the book is one of the most widely adopted undergraduate textbooks in electromagnetism. A Sputnik-era project funded by an National Science Foundation grant, the book is influential for its use of relativity in the presentation of the subject at the undergraduate level. The 1965 edition, now freely available due to a condition of the federal grant, was originally published as a volume of the Berkeley Physics Course. A revised and updated version of the book was published posthumously by David J. Morin and Cambridge University Press in 2013, and is known colloquially as Purcell and Morin. It was noted by Norman Foster Ramsey Jr. in 1999 that the book was widely adopted and has many foreign translations.