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Mathematical Cultures & Practices XI

Saturday 10 July 2021 all times are BST (= St Andrews time)  Sunday 11 July 2021 all times are BST (= St Andrews time)  Monday 12 July 2021 all times are BST (= St Andrews time)  

10:00–10:45 
Christian
Greiffenhagen (Hong Kong) The Disciplinary Specificity of Peer Review: 'Quick Opinions' in Mathematics.  10:00–10:45 
Mikkel
Willum Johansen (Copenhagen) Beyond the valley of formalism: Abstract diagrams in the late 20th century mathematics.  
10:45–11:00  BREAK  10:45–11:00  BREAK  
11:00–11:30  Karen François, Maria Cecilia Fantinato, José Ricardo Mafra, Eric Vandendriessche. How mathematical cultures interact: the case of ethnomathematical fieldwork.  11:00–11:30  Clemency Montelle, Sahana Cidambi and Aditya Jha. Mathematical features of an 18th century Sanskrit astrological Scroll.  
11:30–12:00  Brittany Anne Carlson. The Origins of 19th Century Math Anxiety and Edwin Abbott's (Re)mediation of it in Flatland.  11:30–12:00  Benjamin Wilck. The Alternative in Euclid's Alternative Definitions  
12:00–12:15  BREAK  12:00–12:15  BREAK  
12:15–13:00 
Nina Engelhardt (Stuttgart) Mathematics in TwentiethCentury Literature: Between Rationalization and Creative Freedom.  12:15–13:00 
Jessica Bradford (London) Telling the story of mathematics at the Science Museum.  
13:45–14:00  WELCOME  13:00–15:00  EXTENDED LUNCH BREAK  13:00–15:00  SOCIAL BRUNCH WELCOME AT BSHM/CSHPM 
14:00–14:45 
Matthew
Inglis (Loughborough) Assessing explanatory preferences in mathematics.  
14:45–15:00  BREAK  
15:00–15:30 
Deborah Kant, José Antonio Pérez Escobar
and Deniz Sarikaya. Indispensability of Empirical Information in the Philosophy of Mathematical Practice.  15:00–15:30  Honali Mistry, Matthew Inglis, Theresa Wege, and Dirk Schlimm. Iconicity in Mathematical Notation: Symmetry and Commutativity.  
15:30–16:00  Colin Rittberg and Fenner Stanley Tanswell. Epistemic Injustice in Mathematics Education.  15:30–16:00  Ned Wontner. Mathematicians' Perceptions of "Generalisations" in Mathematics.  
16:00–16:15  BREAK  
16:15–16:45  Deniz Sarikaya. Enculturation of mathematically gifted youth and two views of mathematics in society.  
16:45–17:15  Alexandre Borovik. Mathematics as a proselytising cult: nurturing future mathematicians. 