ON EUCLID’S UNCOMMON NOTIONS, Thurs, 4/22, 4:15 PM

Please join us for a student/faculty-led event discussion on Euclid's Elements on Thursday. Thank you for encouraging your students to attend. As always, faculty are warmly welcome to join us.

As schools tend to divide numbers and letters into separate subjects, so do students tend to identify (or be identified) as either mathematically or linguistically inclined. Few works of literature give the lie to this persistent dichotomy more plainly than Euclid’s Elements. Join us for an exploration of the intersection of math, language, and logic. 

With Joe Zeccardi & Joseph Petermann (‘22)

Related Seminar text: Euclid’s Elements (Sem 102)

Thursday, April 22
4:15-5:30 pm

All Spring '21 Seminar Informal Curriculum events will be offered online and in real-time. Attend using this Zoom link: https://bit.ly/3ivC1qu

Most Informal Curriculum programs have an interactive component; we recommend using both audio and video functions to fully engage with the experience.  We also encourage students to sign in using their real names; complete the assigned reading beforehand, and have access to the text/s during the event.

Questions?
Tiffany Denman, Seminar Informal Curriculum Coordinator
seminaric@stmarys-ca.edu