Clemency Montelle

ProfessorClemency Montelle

Jack Erskine 711
Internal Phone: 92479


Research Interests

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.

Recent Publications

  • Montelle C. and Plofker K. (2019) Sanskrit Astronomical Tables. Cham: Springer International Publishing. 308.
  • Montelle C. (2011) Chasing shadows: Mathematics, astronomy, and the early history of eclipse reckoning. 1-408.
  • Montelle C. (2011) Chasing Shadows: Mathematics, Astronomy, and the Early History of Eclipse Reckoning. Baltimore: Johns Hopkins University Press. 408pp.
  • Kolachana A., Mahesh K., Montelle CJ. and Ramasubramanian K. (2018) Determination of Ascensional Difference in the Lagnaprakaraṇa. Indian Journal of History of Science 53(3): 302-316.
  • Kolachana A., Montelle CJ., Dhammaloka J., Melnad K., Mahesh K., Vyas P., Ramasubramanian K., Sriram MS. and Pai V. (2018) A Critical Edition of the Candrārkī of Dinakara: A Text Concerning Solar and Lunar Tables. History of Science in South Asia 6: 127-161.