Psalm 2023

Jeudi 12 Octobre 2023, 09:30 to Vendredi 13 Octobre 2023, 18:15
Andrew Arana (Université de Lorraine, Archives Poincaré, UMR 7117 CNRS), Heather Burnett (Laboratoire de Linguistique Formelle, UMR 7110 CNRS & Université Paris Cité), and Tabea Rohr (Laboratoire de Linguistique Formelle, UMR 7110 CNRS & Université Paris Cité)

LLF – Bât. ODG – 5e étage – Salle du conseil (533)

Thursday, October 12

9:30 Welcome

10:00-12:30 : Language and mathematics in ancient Asia

Karine Chemla
The languages of mathematics in ancient China: Facts and Representations

Brendan Gillon
The syntax and semantics of Chinese numerals as described in the Shushujiyi (數書記遺 )

14:00-16:30 : Language and mathematics in the medieval Mediterranean world

Eleonora Sammarchi
Lexical choices in the algebra of the Mediterranean world

Margherita Farina
Grammar and mathematics in the Syriac world

17:00-18:15 : Language and mathematics during the French Revolution

Tabea Rohr
Social construction in language and mathematics: A case study from the French Revolution

Friday, October 13

10:00-12:30 : Language and mathematics in 17th century France

Wendy Ayres-Bennett
Linguistic ideologies and linguistic practices in seventeenth-century France

Sébastien Maronne
Speaking mathematics as an honnête homme

14:00-16:30 Language, mathematics and gender

Deborah Cameron
Language, gender and sex-difference science

Sarah Pourciau
Riemann Space: Khora and mathematical concept formation

17:00-18:15 Speech acts in mathematics

Giorgio Venturi
Mathematics: a language without authority