Oscar researches a historical and interdisciplinary account of theoretical music and mathematics in the early modern period and its implications for education. Other interests include the theories of ratio in the late Middle Ages and Renaissance, heuristics and analogical thought, history and mathematics education and the internationalization of mathematical knowledge in Brazil.
Abdounur, Oscar João (2019). “The Emergence of the Idea of Real Number in the Context of Theoretical Music in the Renaissance.” In Culture and Cognition: Essays in Honor of Peter Damerow, ed. J. Renn and M. Schemmel, 181–186. Berlin: Edition Open…Read More
Abdounur, Oscar João (2018). “Erasmus Horicius and Ratio’s Conceptions in Teaching/Learning Contexts: A Historic Educational Approach.” In Current Issues in Educational Methods and Theory in a Changing World, ed. G. Caruth and M. Ticusan, 157–164…Read More
Abdounur, Oscar João (2017). “Structural Transformations in the Relationships between Mathematics and Music up to the Renaissance and the Emergence of the Idea of Number as a Continuous Quantity.” In Advances in Mathematics Research. Vol. 21, ed. A…Read More
Abdounur, Oscar João (2017). “Theories of Ratio in Competition in Theoretical Music in the Late Middle Ages.” In Advances in Mathematics Research. Vol. 24, ed. A. R. Baswell, 33–43. New York, NY: Nova Science Publishers.Read More