HPM is the International Study Group on the
Relations between History and Pedagogy of Mathematics affiliated to the International
Commission on Mathematical Instruction (ICMI).
By
combining the history of mathematics with the teaching and learning
of mathematics, HPM is the
link between the past and the future of mathematics. Therefore, the group aims
at stressing the
conception of mathematics as a living science, a science with a long history, a
vivid present and an as yet unforeseen future.
Among members of the group are researchers in mathematics education,
mathematicians, historians of mathematics, teachers of mathematics and curriculum
developers.
ACTIVITIES
ICME Satellite Meetings of
HPM
Among the activities of the HPM Group, there is the tradition of organizing conferences that are satellite meetings
to the International Congress on Mathematical Education (ICME), organized
by ICMI every four years. We list below these meetings:
1984 ICME5 (Adelaide, Australia),
satellite meeting in Adelaide
1988 ICME6 (Budapest, Hungary), satellite
meeting in Florence (Italy)
1992 ICME7 (Quebec, Canada), satellite meeting
in Toronto,(Canada)
1996 ICME8 (Seville, Spain), satellite meeting in Braga (Portugal) conjointly with the 2nd European Summer University in History and
Epistemology in Mathematics Education
2000 ICME9 (TokyoMakuhari, Japan),
satellite meeting in Taipei (Taiwan)
The volumes of the Proceedings of the satellite meeting in Taipei, History
in Mathematics Education: Challenges for a New Milenium are available
for download: Volume I,
Volume II
2004 ICME10 (Copenhagen, Denmark),
satellite meeting in Uppsala (Sweden) conjointly with the 4th European Summer University in History and
Epistemology in Mathematics Education
2008 ICME11 (Monterrey, Mexico),
satellite meeting in Mexico City (Mexico)
2012 ICME12 (Seoul, Korea), satellite meeting in
Daejeon (Korea)
2016 ICME13 (Hamburg, Germany), satellite meeting in
Montpellier (France)
The following volumes
were published after the previous HPM satellite meetings:
 Calinger, R. (editor): 1996, Vita mathematica, MAA Notes n.40. (HPM 1992)
 Lagarto, M. J., A. Vieira & E. Veloso (editors): 1996, Proceedings of the 2nd European
Summer University and the HPM Satellite Meeting of ICME8 (Braga, Portugal)
(HPM 1996)
 Katz (editor): 2000, Using history to teach mathematics: An international
perspective, Mathematical Association of America (HPM 1996)
 Horng, W.S.
& F.L. Lin (editors): 2000, Proceedings of the HPM 2000 Conference History
in mathematics education. Challenges for a new millennium. A satellite meeting
of ICME9 (HPM 2000).
 F. Furinghetti, S. Kaisjer, A. Vretblad: 2004, Proceedings of the
4th Summer University on the History and Epistemology in Mathematics
Education & the HPM Satellite Meeting of ICME 10 (Uppsala,
Sweden), (HPM 2004).
 R. Cantoral, F,. Fasanelli, A. Garciadiego, B. Stein, C. Tzanakis: 2008, Proceedings
of HPM 2008, The satellite meeting of ICME 11
V. Katz & C. Tzanakis (editors):
2011, Recent
developments on introducing a historical dimension in mathematics education
Mathematical Association of America
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European Summer University on the History and Epistemology in
Mathematics Education
Another major international activity of the HPM
Group is the organization of the European Summer University on the History
and Epistemology in Mathematics Education (ESU).
The initiative of organizing such a Summer University belongs to the
French Mathematics Education community of the IREMs, in the early 1980’s. From those
meetings emerged the organization of a SU on a European scale.
We list below these ES:
1993,
1923 July, First ESU, Montpellier, France
1996,
2430 July,
Second ESU, Braga, Portugal (conjointly with the ICME8 Satellite Meeting
of HPM)
1999, 1521 July,
Third ESU, Leuven & LouvainlaNeuve, Belgium
2004, 1217 July,
Fourth ESU, Uppsala, Sweden (conjointly with the ICME10 Satellite
Meeting of HPM)
2007, 1924 July, Fifth ESU, Prague, Czech Republic
2010, 1923 July, Sixth ESU, Vienna, Austria
2014, 1418 July, Seventh ESU, Copenhagen, Denmark
The following volumes
were published after the previous ESU:
 F. Lalande, F. Jaboeuf, and Y. Nouazé (eds),
1995: Actes
de la première Université d’ Été Européenne
sur l’ Histoire et Épistémologie dans l’ Éducation Mathématique, IREM de Montpellier, Université Montpellier II,
Montpelier, France, (598 pages in one volume)

M.J. Lagarto, A. Viera & E. Veloso (eds),
1996: Proceedings of the 2nd European Summer University
on the History and Epistemology in Mathematics Education and the ICME 8 Satellite Meeting of HPM, Portuguese Association of the Teachers of
Mathematics & Department of Mathematics, University of Minho, Braga,
Portugal, (813 pages in two volumes);
Volume I,
Volume II.

P.
RadeletdeGrave & C. Brichard (eds),
2001:
Proceedings
of the 3^{rd} European Summer University on the History and Epistemology
in Mathematics Education, Université
Catholique de Louvain, Leuven and LouvainlaNeuve, Belgium (944 pages in two
volumes).

Furinghetti,
F., Kaisjer, S., & Tzanakis, C. (editors.),
2006:
Proceedings of HPM 2004 & ESU 4: ICME 10 Satellite Meeting of the HPM
Group & Fourth European
Summer University
on the History and Epistemology in
Mathematics
Education, Iraklion:
University of Crete, Greece
(677 pages in one volume); ISBN960887128X.

Barbin,
E., Stehlikova N., & Tzanakis C. (eds.),
2008:
History and Epistemology in Mathematics Education: Proceedings of the Fifth
European Summer University (ESU 5), Prague, Czech Republic:
Vydavatelsky servis, Plzeň (901 pages in one volume);
ISBN 9788086843193.

Barbin, E.,
Kronfellner, M. & Tzanakis, C. (eds), 2011:
History and Epistemology in Mathematics Education: Proceedings of the Sixth
European Summer University (ESU
6), Wien: Holzhausen Verlag;
(709 pages in one volume); ISBN 9783854932086.
 Barbin, É., Jankvist, U., Kjeldsen, T.H. (eds),
2015.
History and Epistemology in Mathematics Education:
Proceeding of
the seventh European Summer University (ESU
7).
Copenhagen: Danish School of Education, Aarhus University
(848 pages in one volume); ISBN 9788776847371, printed version;
9788776847364, electronic version.
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HPM at ERME (European
Society for Research in Mathematics Education)
Working
Group 15 (WG 15) at CERME 6: Theory
and research on the role of history in mathematics education
(Lyon, France, January, 2009)
Organizers of the Group: F.
Furinghetti (Italy,
chair), JL. Dorier (France),
U. Th. Jankvist (Denmark), J. van Maanen (The Netherlands),
C.
Tzanakis (Greece).
Proceedings
of CERME 6
Proceedings of WG15
Working
Group 12 (WG 12) at CERME 7: History in Mathematics Education
(February 2011, Rzeszow, Poland)
Organizers
of the Group: U. T. Jankvist (Denmark,
chair),
S.
Lawrence (UK), J.
van Maanen (The Netherlands),
C.
Tzanakis (Greece).
Proceedings of CERME 7
Working
Group 12 (WG 12) at CERME 8: History in Mathematics Education
(February 2013, Antalya, Turkey)
Organizers
of the Group:
U. T. Jankvist, K. Clark, S. Lawrence & J. van Maanen
Proceedings of CERME 8
Thematic Working
Group 12 (TWG 12) at CERME 9: History in Mathematics Education
(February 2015, Prague, Czech Republic)
Organizers
of the Group:
R. Chorlay, U. T. Jankvist, K. Clark & J. van Maanen
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Other Meetings and Conferences
Also there are regional meetings
organized by HPM in different countries. Additionally, in various
conferences, there are special sections organized on themes that are of interest to HPM.
For example:
The Topic Study Groups (TSG) at ICME10 (Copenhagen, Denmark 2004)
TSG 17: The role of the history of mathematics in mathematics education
TSG 29: The history of the teaching and the learning of mathematics
The Topic Study Groups (TSG) at ICME11 (Monterrey,
Mexico 2008)
TSG 23: The role of history of mathematics in mathematics education
TSG 38: The history of the teaching and learning of mathematics
For details go to Links
The Topic Study Groups (TSG) at ICME12 (Seoul,
Korea 2012)
TSG 20:
The role of history of mathematics in mathematics education
TSG 35:
The history of the teaching and learning of mathematics
The Topic Study Groups (TSG) at ICME13 (Hamburg,
Germany 2012)
TSG 24:
History of the teaching
and learning of mathematics
TSG 25:
The role of history of mathematics in mathematics education
The HPM Newsletter
The HPM publishes a Newsletter
three times per year. The Newsletter is available by contacting the regional representatives
(see last pages of any recent issue), or can be downloaded from this website.
ADVISORY BOARD
The HPM group has a chair
appointed each four years and an Advisory Board.
Chair for the period 20162020:
Kathy Clark (USA)
Newsletter coeditors:
Snezana Lawrence (UK)
Helder Pinto (Portugal)
Kathy Clark (USA)
Luis Puig (Spain)
Members of the Advisory Board :
Evelyne Barbin (France), former chair 20082012
Kristín Bjarnadóttir (Iceland)
George Booker (Australia)
Renaud Chorlay (France)
Ubiratan D'Ambrosio (Brazil), former chair 198488
Abdellah
Elidrissi (Morocco)
Florence
Fasanelli (USA), former chair 198892
Gail
FitzSimons (Australia)
Fulvia
Furinghetti (Italy), former chair 200004
WannSheng Horng (Taiwan)
Sunwook Hwang (Korea)
Masami Isoda (Japan)
Niels Jahnke (Germany)
Uffe Jankvist (Denmark)
Sten Kaijser (Sweden)
Victor Katz (USA)
Tinne Hoff Kjeldsen (Denmark)
Manfred
Kronfellner (Austria)
Ewa Lakoma
(Poland)
Snezana Lawrence (UK)
MassaEsteve, Maria Rosa (Spain)
David Pengelley (USA)
LuisPuig (Spain)
Qu, Anjing (China)
Luis Radford (Canada)
Tatiana Roque (Brasil)
Gert Schubring (Germany)
ManKeung Siu (China)
Bjorn
Smestad (Norway)
Robert Stein (USA)
Constantinos
Tzanakis (Greece), former chair 20042008
Chris Weeks (UK)
Greicy WinickiLandman (USA)
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On the occasion of the 25th years of the group
John Fauvel and Florence Fasanelli planned to write a history of the HPM.
The final version of the text was prepared by Florence Fasanelli after John
has passed away in 2001, and has been published in the Proceedings of HPM 2004 & ESU 4: ICME 10 Satellite Meeting of the HPM
Group & Fourth European
Summer University
on the History and Epistemology in Mathematics
Education, edited
by Furinghetti, F., Kaisjer, S., & Tzanakis, C. University of Crete, Greece,
2006, pp.xxxviii.
It is entitled
An account of what has been done in
the last few years, is included in the Quadrennial
Report 20042008, which is a slightly updated version of the report that
appeared in the ICMI Bulletin No 62, Jume 2008
More recent information with many
cross references can be found in the following article:
E. Barbin & C. Tzanakis,
History of
Mathematics and Education in S. Lerman (ed), Encyclopedia of
Mathematics Education, Springer 2014 (ISBN:
9789400749771 Print; 9789400749788 Online);
pp.255260.
A
partially annotated and continuously updated bibliographical survey on
international research done and the resource material produced since 2000,
after the publication of the comprehensive ICMI Study Volume,
J. Fauvel & J. van Maanen (eds) History in Mathematics Education,Dordrecht:
Kluwer, 2000 is available at
.
This
should be considered only as a working document
to be
kept updated by members of the community, who
will point out further references that are missing. Comments, suggestions,
amendments and further bibliographical references are most desirable and
welcome!