The aim of the Mathematical Collaboration series, running throughout Autumn 2021, is to bring together researchers on the social aspects of mathematics, from across disciplines. Within philosophy, our focus is on combining mathematical practice and social epistemology. We have also invited contributions from historians, sociologists, mathematicians, and researchers from other relevant disciplines.
This series is organized by Fenner Tanswell and Joshua Habgood-Coote. For a schedule and more details on the speakers and their topics, see the seminar's website. Next to the GROUNDS project at the University of Leeds, this series is also supported by the project "The Epistemology of Data Science: Mathematics and the Critical Research Agenda on Data Practices" of CLPS, funded by the Research Foundation- Flanders (FWO).