Friday, April 28

3:00pm – Adrian Rice (R-MC)

A Brief History of Western Mathematics, from 1700 to 1700 

3:30pm – Todd Munson (R-MC)

An Introduction to Tokugawa Japan

4:00pm – Tony Rothman (NYU)

A Physicist’s Introduction to Japanese Temple Geometry

4:30pm – Hidetoshi Fukagawa (Daidou and Kogakkan Universities)

Tour of Sangaku Exhibition

5:30-6:30 – Reception

6:30-8:00 – Dinner and keynote address: James Unger (OSU)

Mathematics and Philology: An Example from Wasan

Saturday, April 29

8:30am – Hidetoshi Fukagawa (Daidou and Kogakkan Universities)

A Survey of Wasan

9:15am – David Clark (R-MC)

The Gion Shrine Problem

10:00am – Felicia Tabing (Rose-Hulman)

Mon, Mathematics, and Culture

10:30-11:00 – Coffee break

11:00am – Rosalie Hosking (Univ. Canterbury)

Deconstructing Sangaku

11:45am – Mark Ravina (Emory)

The Rediscovery of Wasan

12:30pm – Brainstorming/wrap-up

1:00pm –¬†Goodbye for now