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, O. J. (2012). Instabilidade no tratamento de razões no contexto do desenvolvimento da matemática européia medieval. Revista Brasileira de História da Matemática, 11(23), 7-14.Read More
Abdounur, O. J., & Cesar de Mattos, A. (2012). The introduction of the European university system in Brazil. In J. Renn (Ed.), The globalization of knowledge in history (pp. 417-437). Berlin: Edition open access.Read More
Abdounur, O. J. (2012). Analogical thought in teaching/ learning dynamics: an epistemological approach on the interrelationships between mathematics and music. In T. A. Mattei (Ed.), Interdisciplinary approaches to neuroscience, epistemology, and…Read More
Abdounur, O. J. (2011). Geometry and theoretical music in the Renaissance. In F. Seroglou, V. Koulountzos, & A. Siatras (Eds.), Science & culture: promise, challenge and demand (pp. 16-19). Athens: Epikentro.Read More