Would you cook dinner from a 300-year-old recipe book? Make clothes from a 300-year-old pattern? Undergo treatment from a 300-year-old medical manuscript? Probably not. But what about playing a 300-year-old piece of music? Or studying a 300-year-old mathematical idea? Math and music seem to age better than some other aspects of human culture. Come take a tour of some highlights over the past few hundred years, with mathematician and violinist Dr. Lillian Pierce.
This lecture is generously supported by the American Mathematical Society (AMS).
This presentation will be repeated from 3:15-4:00pm.