UC SPARK - University of Canterbury - New Zealand

Associate Professor Clemency Montelle

Mathematics and Statistics

Fields of Research

  • History and philosophy of mathematics
  • Preparation, translation and commentary of ancient mathematical texts
  • Greek, Latin, Sanskrit, Arabic and Akkadian mathematical texts
  • Ancient mathematical astronomy and modelling

Researcher Summary

Research interests include the history and philosophy of mathematics; the preparation, translation, and commentary of ancient mathematical texts in Greek, Latin, Sanskrit, Arabic and Akkadian; and ancient mathematical astronomy and modelling.

Subject Area: Disciplines

Research Groups

Prizes and Awards

  • Fulbright On Campus Advisor ( 2007 - 2017)
  • Research Fellowship ( 2008 )
  • Research Fellowship ( 2008 )

Research/Scholarly/Creative Works

  • Montelle CJ. (2017) Book Review of The Siddhāntasundara of Jñānarāja: An English Translation with Commentary, Toke Lindegaard Knudsen. Johns Hopkins University Press, Baltimore (2014), 351 pp.. Historia Mathematica Academic Press. http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.hm.2017.03.006. (Other)
  • Montelle CJ., Misra A. and Plofker K. (2017) Elipse Computation Tables in Sanskrit Astronomy: A Critical Edition of the Tables of the Karaṇakesarī of Bhāskara (fl. c. 1681). History of Science in South Asia 4: 1-74. http://hssa-journal.org/. (Journal Articles)
  • Plofker K., Keller A., Hayashi T., Montelle C. and Wujastyk D. (2017) The Bakhshālī Manuscript: A Response to the Bodleian Library's Radiocarbon Dating. Studies in History and Philosophy of Science Part C: Studies in History and Philosophy of Biological and Biomedical Sciences 5(1): 134-150. (Journal Articles)
  • Montelle CJ. (2016) The Two Cultures: What I have learned from blending the sciences and the humanities and a lot more in between. Wellington, New Zealand: Independent Schools of New Zealand. (Oral Presentations)
  • Montelle CJ. (2016) The Anaphoricus of Hypsicles of Alexandra. In Steele J (Ed.), The Circulation of Astronomical Knowledge in the Ancient World: 287-315. Leiden: Koninklijke Brill. (Chapters)
  • Montelle CJ. and Ramasubramanian K. (2016) The numerical tables related to eclipse computation in the Parvadvayasādhana of Mallāri. In Ramasubramanian K; Sule A; Vahia M (Ed.), History of Indian Astronomy: A Handbook: 462-476. India: Hindustani Press. (Chapters)
  • Montelle CJ., Misra A. and Ramasubramanian K. (2016) The poetic features in the golādhyāya of Nityānanda’s Sarvasiddhāntarāja. Ganita Bharati 38(2): 141-156. (Journal Articles)
  • Montelle CJ., Ramasubramanian K. and Dhammaloka J. (2016) Computation of Sines in Nityānanda's Sarvasiddhāntarāja. SCIAMVS Sources and Commentaries in the Exact Sciences 17: 1-53. (Journal Articles)
  • Bajri S., Hannah J. and Montelle C. (2015) Revisiting Al-Samaw'al's table of binomial coefficients: Greek inspiration, diagrammatic reasoning and mathematical induction. Archive for History of Exact Sciences 69(6): 537-576. http://dx.doi.org/10.1007/s00407-015-0156-x. (Journal Articles)
  • Montelle C. (2015) Islamic Mathematical Astronomy. In Ruggles CLN (Ed.), Handbook of Archaeoastronomy and Ethnoastronomy: 1909-1916. New York: Springer Science+Business Media Dordrecht. http://dx.doi.org/10.1007/978-1-4614-6141-8_202. (Chapters)
  • Montelle C. and Plofker K. (2015) The transformation of a Handbook into Tables: The Brahmatulyasāraṇī and the Karaṇakutūhala of Bhāskara. SCIAMVS: Sources and Commentaries in Exact Sciences 16: 1-34. (Journal Articles)
  • Montelle CJ. (2015) Fifty-one rings! Amaraja builds an Armillary sphere. Université Paris-VII Denis-Diderot, Paris, France: SAW 3-month workshop Astral Sciences in the Ancient World. (Oral Presentations)
  • Montelle CJ. (2015) History of Mathematics in India. Department of Mathematics, Lille University, Lille, France. (Oral Presentations)
  • Montelle CJ. (2015) Le gnomon illuminé: pratiques mathématiques et astronomiques dans des textes arabes, latins et sanskrits.". L’Académie Des Sciences, Paris France: Gnomons et Cadrans Solaires a travers les ages. (Oral Presentations)
  • Montelle CJ. (2015) Quelques réflexions sur la trigonométrie dans les sciences astrales en Sanskrit: Some reflections on trigonometry in the Sanskrit astral sciences. Université Paris-VII Denis-Diderot, CNRS, Paris, France: Séminaire SPHERE Histoire et Philosophie des Mathématiques. (Oral Presentations)
  • Montelle CJ. (2015) Unveiling the Layers of Amaraja's commentary on Brahmagupta's sines. Université Paris-VII Denis-Diderot, CNRS, Paris, France: SAW 3-month workshop Astral Sciences in the Ancient World. (Oral Presentations)
  • Montelle CJ. (2015) Āmarāja’s commentary on Brahmagupta’s second order sine interpolation rule.. Mumbai, India: Indian Society for the History of Mathematics, 14-16 Nov 2015 (Conference Contributions - Other)
  • Montelle CJ. (2015) Discovering De Jong: Some highlights from De Jong's Correspondence. Christchurch, New Zealand: NZASIA, 29 Nov-1 Dec 2015 (Conference Contributions - Other)
  • Montelle CJ. (2015) What can numerical data reveal about approximation? Trigonometry and the associated interpolation rules in Brahmagupta's Khandakhadyaka. Université de Paris VII: SAW Conference Astral Sciences in the Ancient World, 26-31 Mar 2015 (Conference Contributions - Other)
  • Montelle CJ. and Congdon J. (2015) Discovering De Jong: A scholarly legacy of South Asian Resources. 15 Nov-15 Dec 2015. (Exhibition/Curatorial Exercises)
  • Clark K., James A. and Montelle C. (2014) "We definitely wouldn't be able to solve it all by ourselves, but together..": group synergy in tertiary students' problem-solving practices. Research in Mathematics Education 16(3): 306-323. http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/14794802.2014.950687. (Journal Articles)
  • Husson M. and Montelle C. (2014) The transmission of Arabic astronomical tables in Sanskrit, Latin, and Chinese. An early step in the internationalization of science?: Introduction. Suhayl 13: 9-10. (Journal Articles)
  • Keller A. and Clemency M. (2014) Introduction to Special Issue on Numerical Tables in Sanskrit Sources. Indian Journal for History of Science 49(2) [Editorial]. (Other)
  • Montelle C. (2014) Dr Sita Sundar Ram, Bījapallava of Kṛṣṇa Daivajña: Algebra in Sixteenth Century India. A Critical Study. Chennai: Kuppuswami Sastri Research Institute, 2012; 287pp. History of Science in South Asia 2 [Book Review]. (Other)
  • Montelle C. (2014) From Verses in Text to Numerical Table. The Treatment of Solar Declination and Lunar Latitude in Bhaskara II's Karanakutuhala and the related Tabular Work, the Brahmatulyasarani. Ganita Bharati 35: 125-147. (Journal Articles)
  • Montelle C. (2014) The Emergence of 'cyclic' tables in Indian Astronomy in the seventeenth century: Haridatta's Jagadbhūṣaṇa and its Islamic inspiration. Suhayl 13: 63-81. (Journal Articles)
  • Montelle C. (2014) The Karanakesari: tables for computing eclipse phenomena. Indian Journal of History of Science 49(2): 170-185. (Journal Articles)
  • Montelle C. and Plofker K. (2014) The Karaṇakesari of Bhāskara: a 17th-century Table Text for Computing Eclipses. History of Science in South Asia 2: 1-62. http://hssa.sayahna.org/ojs/index.php/hssa. (Journal Articles)
  • Montelle CJ. (2014) All Stars: Reflections on the Study of the History of Astral Sciences at Brown. Brown University, Providence, Rhode Island, USA: BROWN UNIVERSITY 250th ALUMNI REUNION. (Oral Presentations)
  • Montelle CJ. (2014) Āmarāja’s commentary on the Khaṇḍakhākdyaka of Brahmagupta. Paris, France: SPHERE-CNRS Reading Mathematical Texts. (Oral Presentations)
  • Montelle CJ. (2014) Amaraja's commentary on Brahmagupta's Sine Table. IIT Mumbai, Mumbai, India: History of Mathematics in Indic and Islamic Cultures Symposium. (Oral Presentations)
  • Montelle CJ. (2014) How to build a sine table: Amaraja's Commentary on Brahmagupta's Sines. Chennai Mathematics Institute, Chennai, India. (Oral Presentations)
  • Montelle CJ. (2014) How to compute planetary latitudes: an unusual mathematical approach in a Sanskrit commentary. University Paris Denis Diderot, Paris, France: SPHERE-CNRS SAW project. (Oral Presentations)
  • Montelle CJ. (2014) NEEDHAM'S QUESTION" Reconsidering the history of astral sciences in India. University of Canterbury, Christchurch, New Zealand: University of Canterbury History Department Seminar. (Oral Presentations)
  • Montelle CJ. (2014) The Brahmatulyasarani of Bhaskara. Université Paris-VII Denis-Diderot, CNRS, Paris, France: History of Science, History of Text Seminar Series. (Oral Presentations)
  • Montelle CJ. (2014) The mathematics underlying parallax in Sanskrit sources. Universite Paris Denis Diderot, Paris, France: SAW (Sciences in the Ancient World). (Oral Presentations)
  • Montelle CJ. (2014) Happy Birthday Bhaskara II (1114—1185) The Legacy of an celebrated mathematician. Christchurch, New Zealand: NZSAC Annual Symposium, 21 Sep 2014 (Conference Contributions - Other)
  • Montelle CJ. (2014) Making Tables from Text: From the Karanakutuhala to the Brahmatulyasarani. Thane, India: Bhaskara 900 Conference, 30 Aug-2 Sep 2014 (Conference Contributions - Other)
  • Montelle CJ. (2014) The circulation of knowledge in the ancient world Invited speaker at international conference “Hypsicles of Alexandria and his little book on rising times. Brown University, Providence, RI, USA: The circulation of knowledge in the ancient world, 12-13 Apr 2014 (Conference Contributions - Other)
  • Montelle CJ. (2014) The Production of Sines: Bhaskara's Jyotpatti. University of Pune, Pune, India: International Conference for the History and Development of Mathematics, 27-30 Nov 2014 (Conference Contributions - Other)
  • Montelle CJ. (2014) The Two Cultures: What I have learned from blending the sciences and the humanities and a lot more in between. Wellington, New Zealand: National Conference of the New Zealand Association for Women in Science (AWIS), 9-11 Jul 2014 (Conference Contributions - Other)
  • Montelle C. (2013) Ancient Astronomy: Hypsicles of Alexandria. Canterbury University, Christchurch, New Zealand. (Oral Presentations)
  • Montelle C. (2013) Bhaskara's Brahmatulyasarini: The challenges arising from the preliminary quantitative analysis of a set of second millennium Indian tables. Manchester, UK: International Congress of History of Science, Technology and Medicine Quadriennal Conference, 21-28 Jul 2013 (Conference Contributions - Other)
  • Montelle C. (2013) Francesca Rochberg, In the Path of the Moon: Babylonian Celestial Divination and Its Legacy. Studies in Ancient Magic and Divination, vol. 6. Leiden: Brill, 2010; 445pp. Journal of the American Oriental Society 133(2): 370-372. [Book Review]. (Other)
  • Montelle C. (2013) George Gheverghese Joseph, The Crest of the Peacock: Non-European Roots of Mathematics. Princeton: Princeton University Press, 2011; 592pp. Notices of the American Mathematical Society(Dec 2013): 1459-1463. [Book Review]. (Other)
  • Montelle C. (2013) Histoire Des Tables Numeriques Symposium: Three Presentations: "Transmission of Numerical Tables", "Table Cracking" and "Numerical Tables in Sanskrit Sources". Dol-De-Bretagne, France: Histoire Des Tables Numeriques, 28 Apr-4 May 2013 (Conference Contributions - Other)
  • Montelle C. (2013) J. M. Delire (ed.), Astronomy and Mathematics In Ancient India. Actes de la journée d'études organisée le 24 avril 2009 à l'Université Libre de Bruxelles. Leuven, Paris, Walpole MA: Peeters, 2012; 199pp. History of Science in South Asia 1: 79-82. [Book Review]. (Other)
  • Montelle C. (2013) R. Netz, W. Noel, N. Tchernetska, N. Wilson (ed.) The Archimedes Palimpsest. Volume I: Catalogue and Commentary. Cambridge, Cambridge University Press, 2011; 350pp. The Classical Review 63(2): 377-381. http://dx.doi.org/10.1017/S0009840X13000334. [Book Review]. (Other)
  • Montelle CJ. (2013) Numerical Tables in Sanskrit Sources. Chennai Mathematics Institute, Chennai, India: HAMSI (History of Mathematics and Astronomical Sciences in India). (Oral Presentations)
  • Montelle CJ. (2013) The Early History of the Pascal Triangle: Al- Samaw'al's table of binomial coefficients. Chennai Mathematics Institute, Chennai, India: CMI Faculty Seminar. (Oral Presentations)
  • Montelle CJ. (2013) Analysing Sanskrit manuscripts on topics in the astral sciences. Chennai Mathematics Institute, Chennai, India: HAMSI (History of Mathematics and Astronomical Sciences in India), 16-20 Dec 2013 (Conference Contributions - Other)
  • Montelle CJ. (2013) The emergence of cyclic tables in Indian Astronomy in the seventeenth century: Haridatta's Jagadbhusana and its Islamic Inspiration. Ramjas College Delhi University, India: ISHM (International Society for the History of Mathematics), 27-28 Nov 2013 (Conference Contributions - Other)
  • Montelle CJ. (2013) The Role of Observation in Mathematical Astronomy: Reports of Eclipses in Sanskrit Sources. JECRC University Jaipur, India: ICHDM (International Congress for the History and Development for Mathematics), 29 Nov-1 Dec 2013 (Conference Contributions - Other)
  • Montelle Clemency. (2013) Review of "The Crest of the Peacock: Non-European Roots of Mathematics George Gheverghese Joseph Princeton University Press, 3rd Edition, 2011". Notices of the American Mathematical Society December 2013: 1459-1463. http://dx.doi.org/10.1090/noti1068. [Book Review]. (Other)
  • Van Brummelen G., Husson M. and Montelle C. (2013) Tools of the Table Crackers: Using Quantitative Methods to Analyze Historical Numerical Tables. Hartford, CT, USA: MAA MathFest, 30 Jul-3 Aug 2013 (Conference Contributions - Other)
  • Van Brummelen G., Husson M., Montelle C. and Bellhouse D. (2013) Tools of the Table Crackers: Using Quantitative Methods to Analyze Historical Numerical Tables. Manchester, UK: International Congress of History of Science, Technology and Medicine, 22-28 Jul 2013 (Conference Contributions - Other)
  • Catton P. and Montelle C. (2012) To Diagram, to Demonstrate: To Do, To See, and To Judge in Greek Geometry. Philosophia Mathematica 20(1): 25-57. http://dx.doi.org/10.1093/philmat/nkr037. (Journal Articles)
  • Montelle C. (2012) An Armilliary Sphere in the Sanskrit Tradition. Paris, France (via Skype): Universite Paris VII Seminar, 18-18 Dec 2013 (Conference Contributions - Other)
  • Montelle C. (2012) Collection and corpus: Florence Bretelle-Establet (ed.): Looking at it from Asia: The processes that shaped the sources of history of science. Boston Studies in the Philosophy of Science, Vol. 265. Dordrecht: Springer, 2010, 426pp. Metascience 21(3): 745-748. http://dx.doi.org/10.1007/s11016-011-9627-0. [Book Review]. (Other)
  • Montelle C. (2012) History of Numerical Tables. Institute de Mathématiques de Luminy, Marseilles, France: History of Numerical Tables, 26 Mar-4 Apr 2012 (Conference Contributions - Other)
  • Montelle C. (2012) Translating the Elements into Sanskrit: Jagannatha's Rekhaganita. A Preliminary Assessment. Ganita Bharati 32(1-2): 145-166. (Journal Articles)
  • Montelle C. (2012) Translating the elements into Sanskrit: Jagannatha's Rekhaganita. Boston, MA, USA: Joint Mathematics Meetings, 4-7 Jan 2012 (Conference Contributions - Other)
  • Montelle Clemency. (2012) Astronomical Tables in ancient Chinese manuscripts. Université Paris 7, Laboratoire SPHERE, Paris: Histoire de Science Histoire du texte, 22-23 Mar 2012 (Conference Contributions - Other)
  • Montelle Clemency. (2012) The Emergence of Cyclic Tables in Indian Astronomy in the seventeenth century: Haridatta’s Jagadbhusana and its Islamic Inspiration. Paris, France (via Skype): Transmission of Arabic Astronomical Tables in Sanskrit, Latin, Chinese, 24-25 Oct 2013 (Conference Contributions - Other)
  • James A., Montelle C., Nokes J. and Hannah J. (2011) Meeting the needs of our best and brightest: Curriculum acceleration in tertiary mathematics. International Journal Of Mathematical Education in Science and Technology 42(3): 299-312. http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/0020739X.2010.543158. (Journal Articles)
  • Jones C., Montelle C., Pratt A., Pickles K., Rack U., Holdaway RN., Pelser PB. and Sykes WR. (2011) Exploration & Discovery. In Jones C; Matthews B; Clement J (Ed.), Treasures of the University of Canterbury Library Christchurch: Canterbury University Press. (Chapters)
  • Keller A. and Montelle C. (2011) Workshop on History of Numerical Tables. Indian Journal for the History of Science 46(1): 181-184. [Report]. (Other)
  • Montelle C. (2011) A little work on Rising Times from Greek Antiquity. Sydney, Australia: Unit for the History and Philosophy of Science, University of Sydney, Seminar. (Oral Presentations)
  • Montelle C. (2011) Astronomical Tables in Sanskrit Sources. Mathematisches Forschungsinstitut Oberwolfach, Germany: History of Numerical and Graphical Tables, 28 Feb-4 Mar 2011 (Conference Contributions - Other)
  • Montelle C. (2011) Astronomical Tables in Second Millennium Sanskrit Sources. Oberwolfach, Germany: History of Numerical and Graphical Tables, 27 Feb-5 Mar 2011. In Oberwolfach Reports 8(1): 675-677. http://dx.doi.org/10.4171/OWR/2011/12. (Conference Contributions - Published)
  • Montelle C. (2011) Chasing shadows: Mathematics, astronomy, and the early history of eclipse reckoning. 1-408. (Authored Books)
  • Montelle C. (2011) Chasing Shadows: Mathematics, Astronomy, and the Early History of Eclipse Reckoning. Baltimore: Johns Hopkins University Press. 408pp. (Authored Books)
  • Montelle C. (2011) Databases for Tables from Sanskrit Sources. Goethe University Frankfurt: Excellenzcluster Normative Orders International Workshop: Databases for Tables from the History of Mathematics, 16-17 Jun 2011 (Conference Contributions - Other)
  • Montelle C. (2011) Roshdi Rashed and Hélène Bellosta, Apollonius de Perge. La section des droits selon des rapports. Commentaire historique et mathematique, edition et traduction du texte arabe. Berlin and New York: Walter de Gruyter, 2010; viii+493pp. Aestimatio 8: 183-187. [Book Review]. (Other)
  • Montelle C. (2011) A 'Symbolic' History of the Derivative. In Shell-Gellasch A; Jardine R (Ed.), Mathematical Time Capsules: Historical Modules for the Mathematics Classroom: 151-158. Washington D.C.: Mathematical Association of America. (Chapters)
  • Montelle C. (2011) Amo, Amas, Amat! What's the sum of that? In Shell-Gellasch A; Jardine R (Ed.), Mathematical Time Capsules: Historical Modules for the Mathematics Classroom: 261-268. Washington D.C.: Mathematical Association of America. (Chapters)
  • Montelle C. (2011) Amo, amas, amat! what's the sum of that?: Bernoulli's account of the the divergent harmonic series in latin. Mathematical Time Capsules Historical Modules for the Mathematics Classroom: 261-268. http://dx.doi.org/10.5948/UPO9780883859841.034. (Chapters)
  • Montelle C. (2011) Roots, Rocks and Newton-Raphson: Algorithms for Approximating the √2 3000 Years Apart. In Shell-Gellasch A; Jardine R (Ed.), Mathematical Time Capsules: Historical Modules for the Mathematics Classroom: 229-240. Washington D.C.: Mathematical Association of America. (Chapters)
  • Montelle C. (2011) The 'Well-Known Calendars': al-Khazini's Description of Significant Chronological Systems for Medieval Mathematical Astronomy in Arabic. In Steele JM (Ed.), Calendars and Years II: Astronomy and Time in the Ancient and Medieval World: 107-125. Oakville: Oxbow Books. (Chapters)
  • Montelle C., Plofker K. and Keller A. (2011) Contemporary Currents in South Asia Research. University of Canterbury, Christchurch, New Zealand: NZSAC's second Annual Research Symposium, 31-31 Oct 2011 (Conference Contributions - Other)
  • Montelle C. (2010) Lining it Up: Spatial Liaisons in Sanskrit Computational Sources. History of Science, History of Text Seminar Series, 09 Sep 2014. (Oral Presentations)
  • Montelle C. (2010) The Derivation and Justification of Mathematical Rules by a Twelfth Century Sanskrit Commentator. Institut Henri Poincare (CNRS). (Oral Presentations)
  • Montelle C. (2010) The Karanakesari: Mathematial Tables for Computing Eclipse Phenomena. Univ. Paris Diderot/CNRS; Paris, France: Tables et Astronomie dans le cadre du projet ANR "Histoire des tables numeriques", 03 Mar 2009. (Oral Presentations)
  • Montelle C. (2010) Arithmetic Meets Astronomy: Hypsicles of Alexandria and his Little Work on Rising Times. Goethe-Universität, Frankfurt am Main, Germany: Wissenschaftshistorisches Kolloquium, 13-17 Dec 2010 (Conference Contributions - Other)
  • Montelle C. (2010) Book XIV of Euclid's Elements. Calicut, India: International Congress of Mathematicians Satellite Conference, 29 Aug-1 Sep 2010 (Conference Contributions - Other)
  • Montelle C. (2010) Numerical Tables in Sanskrit Sources. Institut Méditerranéen de Recherches Avancées (IMéRA), Marseilles, France: History of Numerical Tables in Sanskrit Sources, 13-17 Dec 2010 (Conference Contributions - Other)
  • Montelle C. (2010) Parallel Insight, Priority, and Pre-eminence: John Napier, Joost Bürgi, and Famous Works on Logarithms. San Francisco, CA, USA: Joint Math Meetings AMS-MAA, 13-17 Jan 2010 (Conference Contributions - Other)
  • Montelle C. (2010) Rip-off or Reverance? Hypsicles of Alexandria and the fourteenth book of Euclid's Elements. San Francisco, CA, USA: Joint Math Meetings AMS-MAA, 13-17 Jan 2010 (Conference Contributions - Other)
  • Montelle C. and Clark KM. (2010) Glen van Brummelen, The Mathematics of the Heavens and the Earth: The Early History of Trigonometry. Princeton and Oxford: Princeton University Press, 2009; xx+329pp. Aestimatio 7: 1-7. [Book Review]. (Other)
  • Clark KM., James A. and Montelle C. (2009) "Expert" vs. "Advanced": Investigating Differences in Problem-Solving Practices. Gordons Bay, South Africa: 7th Southern Right Delta Conference (ΣΡΔ'09) on the Teaching and Learning of Undergraduate Mathematics and Statistics, 29 Nov-4 Dec 2009. In Proceedings: 50-62. (Conference Contributions - Published)
  • Montelle C. (2009) Daryn Lehoux. Astronomy, Weather, and Calendars in the Ancient World: Parapegmata and Related Texts in Classical and Near Eastern Societies. xii + 580 pp., illus., apps., bibl., index. New York: Cambridge University Press, 2007. $130.95 (cloth). ISIS 100(4): 896-897. [Book Review]. (Other)
  • Montelle C. (2009) Eleanor Robson, Mathematics of Ancient Iraq: A Social History. Princeton: Princeton University Press, 2008; xxiii+441pp. Journal of the American Oriental Society 129(3): 554-557. (Other)
  • Montelle C. (2009) MLC 2078 and the History of the Mathematical Table. Adelaide, Australia: Australian Mathematical Society, 1 Sep 2009 (Conference Contributions - Other)
  • Montelle C. and Catton P. (2009) The Greek Mathematical Diagram as a Metonym for an Epiphany. Massey University, Palmerston North, New Zealand: 57th Annual Conference of the New Zealand Division of the Australasian Association of Philosophy (AAPNZ2009 Philosophy Conference), 7-10 Dec 2009 (Conference Contributions - Other)
  • Montelle C. and Clark KM. (2009) Using History to Enrich Undergraduate Mathematics: Beyond the Anecdote. Gordons Bay, South Africa: 7th Southern Right Delta Conference (ΣΡΔ'09) on the Teaching and Learning of Undergraduate Mathematics and Statistics, 29 Nov-4 Dec 2009. In Proceedings: 185-195. (Conference Contributions - Published)
  • James A., Montelle C. and Williams P. (2008) From lessons to lectures: NCEA mathematics results and first-year mathematics performance. International Journal of Mathematical Education in Science and Technology 39(8): 1037-1050. http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/00207390802136552. (Journal Articles)
  • Montelle C. (2008) Crossing the Shadow: Eclipses in the Ancient Near East. Christchurch, New Zealand: Canterbury Astronomical Society. (Oral Presentations)
  • Montelle C. (2008) A Symbolic History of the Derivative. Christchurch, New Zealand: Australian New Zealand Mathematics Colloquium, 1-1 Dec 2008 (Conference Contributions - Other)
  • Montelle C. (2008) Expounding the Mathematical Seed: A Translation of Bhaskara I on the Mathematical Chapter of the Aryabhatiya, by Agathe Keller. Basel, Boston, Berlin (Birkhauser). 2006. Historia Mathematica 35(1): 47-50. [Book Review]. (Other)
  • Montelle C. (2008) The Net of Numbers: Engaging early examples for contemporary classrooms. San Diego, CA, USA: Joint Mathematics Meetings AMS-MAA, 1-1 Jan 2008 (Conference Contributions - Other)
  • Williams C. (2008) Some Details on the Transmission of Astral Omens. In Ross M (Ed.), From the Banks of the Euphrates: Studies in Honor of Alice Louise Slotsky: 295-314. Winona Lake: Eisenbrauns. (Chapters)
  • Williams., Clemency., Knudsen. and Toke. (2008) Sanskrit manuscripts in the Harvard Indic Collection. 24 Jul-2 Aug 2008. (Exhibition/Curatorial Exercises)
  • Montelle C. (2007) The Mathematics of Egypt, Mesopotamia, China, India, and Islam: A Sourcebook, edited by Victor J. Katz. Princeton/Oxford: Princeton University Press 2007. Aestimatio 4: 178-190. [Book Review]. (Other)
  • Williams C. (2007) Cleomedes' Lectures on Astronomy: A Translation of The Heavens, Hellenistic culture and society 42, Alan C. Bowen and Robert B. Todd (eds.) (Berkeley: University of California Press, 2004). International Journal of the Classical Tradition 13(3): 476-479. [Book Review]. (Other)
  • Montelle C. and Knudsen T. (2005) South-Central Asian Science. In Glick TF; Livesey SJ; Wallis F (Ed.), Medieval Science, Technology, and Medicine: An Encyclopedia: 462-465. New York: Routledge. (Chapters)
  • Williams C. (2005) Eclipse Theory in the Ancient World. Providence, Rhode Island, USA. Brown University. (Theses / Dissertations)
  • Williams C. (2002) Signs from the Sky Signs from the Earth: The Diviner's Manual Revisited. In Steele JM; Imhausen A (Ed.), Under One Sky: Astronomy and Mathematics in the Ancient Near East: 279-298. Munster: Ugarit-Verlag. (Chapters)
  • Williams Clemency. (2000) Proclus on Mathematics and the Ascent of the Soul. Brown Classical Journal 12 (Journal Articles)
  • Williams CJ. (1999) The analytic art: François Viéte and the development of mathematical analysis. Christchurch, New Zealand. University of Canterbury. (Theses / Dissertations)