Conferences / Workshops

 

Circulating Mathematics via Journals: The rise of internationalization 1850-1920

20 June - 23 June 2016

The purpose of the conference is to investigate questions concerning the circulation of mathematics at different scales (local, national and international) and in different cultural areas, via the specialised mathematical periodicals that developed in the time period 1850-1920: their main actors (producers of mathematics, publishers, users), their editorial backgrounds and strategies, and their interplay (exchanges, translations) with other journals.

Participation by invitation only.

 

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Organizers
Tom Archibald
Simon Fraser University
June Barrow-Green
The Open University
Helene Gispert
Université Paris-Sud
Philippe Nabonnand
Université de Lorraine
Jeanne Peiffer
CNRS Centre Alexandre Koyré

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Jeanne Peiffer

jeanne.peiffer@cnrs.fr

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