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Henrik Kragh Sørensen, PhD, cand.scient.

Associate professor
Centre for Science Studies
Department of Mathematics
Faculty of Science and Technology,
Aarhus University
Ny
Munkegade 120, building 1520 DK8000 Aarhus C, Denmark Office: 1520331
Phone: +45 871 55583 Email:
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News and events
20160407
Teaching: Advanced Course in the History of Mathematics: Mathematics in the 19th Century (2015/2016, Q4)
In Q4 (2015/2016), I teach the course Advanced Cou...
In Q4 (2015/2016), I teach the course Advanced Course in the History of Mathematics: Mathematics in the 19th Century.

20160512
Colloquium: History of Science / History of Text, Paris
On May 12, 2016, I will give a presentation with t...
On May 12, 2016, I will give a presentation with the title Appropriating role models for the mathematical profession: Biographies in the American Mathematical Monthly around 1900, at the Colloquium: History of Science / History of Text (Paris, FR).

20160724
ICME13: 13th International Congress og Mathematical Education, Hamburg
From July 24 to 31, 2016, I will attend the confer...
From July 24 to 31, 2016, I will attend the conference ICME13: 13th International Congress og Mathematical Education at Hamburg (DE). Together with Kristian Danielsen, Emilie Gertz, I will be presenting a paper with the title Facilitating sourcecentered history of mathematics in Danish uppersecondary mathematics education.

20160821
History of Mathematics in Education: An AngloDanish collaboration, Bath
From August 21 to 24, 2016, I coorganize the conf...
From August 21 to 24, 2016, I coorganize the conference History of Mathematics in Education: An AngloDanish collaboration at Bath (UK).

20160916
Mathematical Biography: A MacTutor Celebration, St Andrews
From September 16 to 17, 2016, I have been invited...
From September 16 to 17, 2016, I have been invited to the conference Mathematical Biography: A MacTutor Celebration at St Andrews University, St Andrews (UK). I will be presenting a paper.

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