Raju, C. K. “Classical Time-Symmetric Electrodynamics.” Journal of Physics A: Math. Gen. 13 (1980): 3303–17.
———. “Interpretation of Quantum Mechanics as a Theory of Extended Particles.” Int. J. Theor. Phys. 20 (1981): 681–96.
———. “Ancient and Modern Cosmology.” In Proceedings of the Tenth Annual Meeting of the Indian Association for General Relativity and Gravitation , 83–104, 1982.
———. “Junction Conditions in General Relativity.” Journal of Physics A: Mathematical and General 15 (1982): 1785–1797.
———. “Products and Compositions with the Dirac Delta Function.” J. Phys. A: Math. Gen. 15 (1982): 381–96.
———. “On the Square of $x^{-n}$.” Journal of Physics A: Mathematical and General 16 (1983): 3739–3753.
———. “Renormalisation, Extended Particles and Non-Locality.” Hadronic J. Suppl 1 (1985): 325–70.
———. “Distributional Matter Tensors in Relativity.” In Proceedings of the 5th Marcel Grossman Meeting on General Relativity , edited by D. Blair and M. J. Buckingham, 421–23. World Scientific, 1989.
———. “Parallel MultiGrid Methods for Elliptic Partial Differential Equations.” In Advanced Computing, edited by V.P. Bhatkar, 290–98. Tata McGraw Hill, New Delhi, 1991.
Raju, C. K., N. Padmini, and P.S. Joag. “Hybrid Methods for Parabolic Partial Differential Equations.” In Advanced Computing, edited by V.P. Bhatkar, 249–57. Tata McGraw Hill, New Delhi, 1991.
Raju, C. K., and K. Rahirkar. “Higher Order Frontal Methods for Ordinary Differential Equations.” In Advanced Computing, edited by V. P. Bhatkar and others, 249–258. New Delhi: Tata McGraw Hill, 1991.
Raju, C. K.. “On Time. I: Philosophical Time.” Physics Education (India 7 (1990): 204–17.
———. “On Time. II Newton’s Time.” Physics Education (India 8 (1991): 15–25.
———. “On Time. IIIA: The Michelson-Morley Experiment".” Physics Education (India 8 (1991): 193–200.
———. “On Time. IIIB: Einstein’s Time.” Physics Education (India 8 (1992): 293–305.
———. “On Time. IV: Thermodynamics Time.” Physics Education (India 9 (1992): 44–62.
———. “On Time. VB: Electromagnetic Time.” Physics Education (India 9 (1992): 251–265.
———. “On Time..VA: The Electromagnetic Field.” Physics Education (India 9 (1992): 119–128.
———. “On Time. VIA: Bell and Non-Locality.” Physics Education (India 10 (1993): 55–73.
———. “On Time. VIB: Quantum Mechanical Time.” Physics Education (India 10 (1993): 143–161.
———. “On Time. VII: Cosmological Time.” Physics Education (India 11 (1994): 49–65.
———. “Time in Indian and Western Traditions and Time in Physics.” In Mathematics, Astronomy and Biology in Indian Tradition, PHISPC Monograph Series on History of Philosophy, Science, and Culture in Indian , edited by D.P. Chattopadhyaya and Ravinder Kumar, 56–93. vol. 3. New Delhi: ICPR, 1995.
———. “Reconstruction of Values: The Role of Science.” In Cultural Reorientation in Modern India, edited by Indu Banga and Jaidev, 369–392. Shimla: Indian Institute of Advanced Study, 1996.
———. “Time in Medieval India.” In Science, Philosophy, and Culture: Multidisciplinary Explorations , edited by D.P. Chattopadhyaya and Ravinder Kumar eds, Part 2:253–78. New Delhi: PHISPC, 1997.
———. “The Historicity of π and the Reality of Rocks [a Tribute to Paulos Mar Gregorios), Part I.” Mainstream, November 29, 1997, 19–21.
———. “The Historicity of π and the Reality of Rocks [a Tribute to Paulos Mar Gregorios), Part II.” A Tribute to Paulos Mar Gregorios , Mainstream
———. “Time in Medieval India.” In History of Indian Science, Technology, and Culture, AD 1000–1800 , edited by A. Rahman. 32–49, New Delhi: Press, 1998.
———. “Mathematics and Culture”.” In History, Culture and Truth: Essays Presented to D. P. Chattopadhyaya , edited by Daya Krishna and K.Satchidananda Murthy, 179–193. New Delhi, 1999.
———. “Review of ‘On Rational Historiography (V. Shekhawat)’, PHISPC.” Journal of Indian Council of Philosophical Research 16, no. 3 (1999): 168–171.
———. “Time in Medieval India.” Indian Horizons 46, no. 4 (1999): 40–71.
———. “Review of ‘Proceedings of the International Symposium on Chinese Culture and Industrial Management, Zhejiang University, Hongzhou, China, 4–7 April 1997 (Pan Yukhe and Hu Jianxiong, Ed.)’, World Scientific.” Technology Analysis and Strategic Management 12, no. 2 (2000): 307–309.
———. “Review of ‘The Clock of the Night Sky (V. Krishnamurthy)’, UBS.” Journal of Indian Council of Philosophical Research 17, no. 3 (2000): 222–223.
———. “Supercomputing in Finance”.” Pranjana 3, no. 1 & 2 (2000): 11–36.
———. “Computers, Mathematics Education, and the Alternative Epistemology of the Calculus in the YuktiBhâsâ”.” Philosophy East and West 51, no. 3 (2001): 325–362.
———. “How Should Euclidean Geometry Be Taught?” In History of Science and Philosophjy of Sceince: Implications for Science Education , edited by G. Nagarjuna, 241–260. Homi Bhabha Centre, 2001.
———. “On J. V. Narlikar’s ‘Four Questions That History Might Answer.’” Sandhan 1, no. 1 (2001): 164–167.
———. “Reply to Shekhawat.” Journal of Indian Council of Philosophical Research 18, no. 2 (2001): 278–285.
———. “Review of ‘Questioning Technology (Andrew Feenberg)’, Routledge.” Technology Analysis and Strategic Management 13, no. 3 (2001): 463–70.
———. “Review of ‘Social Constructivism as a Philosophy of Mathematics (Paul Ernest),’ State University of New York.” Journal of Indian Council of Philosophical Research 18, no. 1 (2001): 267–270.
———. “Interactions between India, Western and Central Asia, and China in Mathematics and Astronomy.” In Interactions between India, Western and Central Asia and China, edited by A. Rahman, 227–254. New Delhi: Oxford University Press, 2002.
———. “The Mathematical Epistemology of Sunya.” In The Concept of Sunya , edited by A.K. Bag and S. R, 168–181. Delhi: INSA and Aryan Books International, 2002.
———. “The Electrodynamic 2-Body Problem and the Origin of Quantum Mechanics.” Foundations of Physics 34, no. 6 (2004): 937–962.
———. “Atman, Quasi-Recurrence and Paticca Samuppāda.” In Self, Science and Society, Theoretical and Historical Perspectives , edited by D. P. Chattopadhyaya and A.K. Sengupta, 196–206. New Delhi: PHISPC, 2005.
———. “Kamal or Rapalagai.” In Indo Portuguese Encounters: Journeys in Science, Technology and Culture , Ed. Lotika Varadarajan., II:483–504. Delhi, Lisbon: Indian National Science Academy and Centro de Historia de Alen-Mar, Universidade Nova de Lisboa, 2006.
———. “The Religious Roots of Mathematics.” Theory, Culture & Society 23 (March 2006): 95–97.
———. “Time Travel and the Reality of Spontaneity.” Found Phys. 2006 Jul 1; 36(7):1099–`1113.
———. “Kāla and Dik.” In Philosophical Concepts Relevant to Science in Early Indian Tradition , edited by P. K. Sen and P.K. Sen, III:67–92. 5. PHISPC, 2008.
———. “Teaching Racist History.” Indian Journal of Secularism 11, no. 4 (2008): 25–28.
———. “Towards Equity in Math Education. 1: Goodbye Euclid!” Bharatiya Samajik Chintan (New Series) 7, no. 4 (2009): 235–264.
———. “Towards Equity in Math Education 2. The Indian Rope Trick.” Bharatiya Samajik Chintan (New Series) 7, no. 4 (2009): 265–269.
———. “Kosambi the Mathematician.” Economic and Political Weekly 44, no. 20 (May 16, 2009): 33–45. https://www.epw.in/journal/2009/20/special-articles/kosambi-mathematician.html.
———. “Indian Science at the Crossroads.” In The Indian Republic at the Crossroads , edited by S. P. Shukla and K.S. Sharma, 234–42. Allahabad: Indian Academy of Social Sciences, 2010. http://ckraju.net/papers/Indian-Science-at-the-Crossroads.pdf.
———. “Ending Academic Imperialism in Hard Sciences: A Beginning”.” In Confronting Academic Knowledge, edited by Sue-san Ghahremani Ghajar and Seyyed-Abdolhamid Mirhosseini, 146–174. Tehran: Iran Universities Press, 2011.
———. “Islam and Science.” Indian Journal of Secularism 15, no. 2 (2011): 14–29.
———. “Kosambi the Mathematician.” In The Many Careers of D. D. Kosambi: Critical Essays , edited by D. N. Jha, 168–206. Delhi: Left Word Books, 2011.
———. “Probability in Ancient India.” In Handbook of Philosophy of Statistics , edited by Paul Thagard Dov M. Gabbay and John Woods, 7:1175–96. Handbook of Philosophy of Science. Elsevier, 2011.
———. “Teaching Mathematics with a Different Philosophy. 1: Formal Mathematics as Biased Metaphysics.” Science and Culture 77, no. 7–8 (2011): 274–279. arXiv:1312.2099.
———. “Teaching Mathematics with a Different Philosophy. 2: Calculus without Limits.” Science and Culture 7, no. 7–8 (2011): 280–285. arXiv:1312,2100.
Raju, Suvrat, and C. K. Raju. “Radiation Damping and Functional Differential Equations.” Mod. Phys. Lett. A 26, no. 35 (2011): 2627–2638.
Raju, C. K. “Changing Colonial Mindsets”.” Economic and Political Weekly 46, no. 34 (August 20, 2011): 5.
———. “Vedic Mathematics by Blidi Stemn”.” NASGEM News , December 2011.
———. “Decolonising Math and Science Education.” In Decolonising the University, edited by Claude Alvares and U.S.M. Shad Faruqi, 162–195. Penang: and Citizens International, 2012. http://ckraju.net/papers/decolonisation-paper.pdf.
———. “Proofs and Refutations in Mathematics and Physics: An Indian Perspective.” In History of Science and Philosophy of Science , edited by P. K. Sengupta, 273–94. New Delhi: Pearson Longman, 2012.
———. “Retarded Gravitation Theory.” In Sixth International School on Field Theory and Gravitation , edited by Rodrigues, Waldyr Jr, Richard Kerner, Gentil O. Pires, and Carlos Pinheiro, 260–276. New York: American Institute of Physics, 2012.
———. “History and Philosophy of Science as a Means for Decolonisation.” Bharatiya Samajik Chintan 13, no. 1 (2013): 87–90.
———. “Islam and Science.” In Islam and Multiculturalism: Islam, Modern Science, and Technology , edited by Asia-Europe Institute University of Malaya and Japan Organization for Islamic Area Studies Waseda University, 1–14, 2013. http://ckraju.net/hps-aiu/Islam-and-Science-kl-paper.pdf.
———. “The Harmony Principle.” Philosophy East and West 63, no. 4 (2013): 586–604. https://www.jstor.org/stable/43285858, also http://www.ckraju.net/papers/Harmony-principle-pew.pdf.
———. “Functional Differential Equations.1: A New Paradigm in Physics”.” Physics Education (India) 29, no. 3 (July 2013): Article 1. http://physedu.in/uploads/publication/11/200/29.3.1FDEs-in-physics-part-1.pdf.
———. “Functional Differential Equations 2: The Classical Hydrogen Atom”.” Physics Education (India) 29, no. 3 (July 2013): Article 2. http://physedu.in/uploads/publication/11/201/29.3.2FDEs-in-physics-part-2.pdf.
———. “A Tale of Two Calendars.” In Multicultural Knowledge and the University , edited by Claude Alvares, 112–19. Penang: Multiversity, 2014.
———. “Decolonising Math and Science Education.” Ghadar Jari Hai 8, no. 3 (2014): 5–12.
———. “The Harmony Principle.” In Samvād and Svarāj, edited by Shail Mayaram, 232–250. Sage, 2014.
———. “Functional Differential Equations. 3: Radiative Damping”.” Physics Education (India) 30, no. 3 (July 2014): 8. http://www.physedu.in/uploads/publication/15/263/7.-Functional-differential-equations.pdf.
———. “Eternity and Infinity: The Western Misunderstanding of Indian Mathematics and Its Consequences for Science Today.” American Philosophical Association Newsletter on Asian and Asian American Philosophers and Philosophies 14, no. 2 (2015): 27–33.
———. “Functional Differential Equations. 4: Retarded Gravitation”.” Physics Education (India) 31, no. 2 (June 2015).
http://www.physedu.in/uploads/publication/19/309/1-Functional-differential-equations-4-Retarded-gravitation-(2).pdf.
———. “Functional Differential Equations. 5: Time Travel and Life”.” Physics Education (India) 31, no. 4 (2015). http://www.physedu.in/uploads/publication/21/344/1.-Functional-differential-equations-5-Time-travel-and-life.pdf.
———. “Functional Differential Equations. 6: Quantum mechanics”.” Physics Education (India) 32, no. 1 (March 2016). http://www.physedu.in/uploads/publication/22/369/11-FDEs-in-physics-6-(1).pdf.
———. “Black Thoughts Matter: Decolonized Math, Academic Censorship, and the ‘Pythagorean’ Proposition.” Journal of Black Studies 48, no. 3 (2017): 256–78. https://doi.org/10.1177%2F0021934716688311 (accessed 21 May 2020) .
———. “Decolonising Mathematics.” AlterNation 25, no. 2 (2018): 12–43b. https://doi.org/10.29086/2519-5476/2018/v25n2a2(accessed 21 May 2020) .
———. “Decolonising Mathematics: How and Why It Makes Science Better (and Enables Students to Solve Harder Problems)”. Palestine Technical University Research Journal 6, no. 2 (2018): 1–4.
———. “To Decolonise Math Stand up to Its False History and Bad Philosophy.” In Rhodes Must Fall: The Struggle to Decolonise the Racist Heart of Empire , 265–70. London: Zed Books, 2018.
———. “How to break the hegemony perpetuated by the university: decolonised courses in mathematics and the history and philosophy of science (Arabic).” In Culturalistion of Humanities: Vision and Experiments. (Proceedings of the International Conference on Culturalization of the Humanities, held in Beirut on 20-21 November 2018.) , 77–114. Beirut: Al Maaref University, 2019. http://ckraju.net/papers/Beirut-paper%20for%20iias%20journal.pdf.
Also, English version in Studies in Humanities and Social Sciences 26, no. 2 (2019): 86–109.
———. “Aryabhata Dalit: His Philosophy of Ganita and Its Contemporary Applications”.” In Theory and Praxis: Reflections on the Colonization of Knowledge , edited by Murzban Jal and Jyoti Bawane, 139–152. Routledge, London, 2020. http://ckraju.net/papers/Aryabhata-philosophy-of-ganita-paper-2r.pdf.
———. “गणित बनाम मैथमेटिक्स [Ganita vs Mathematics]” Himanjali 20, July-December (2020): 34–44.
———. “A singular Nobel?” Mainstream. 2021 Jan 30; 59(7). http://www.mainstreamweekly.net/article10406.html
———. ‘"Euclid” Must Fall: The “Pythagorean” “Theorem” and The Rant Of Racist and Civilizational Superiority — Part 1.’. Arumaruka: Journal of Conversational Thinking 1, no. 1 (2021): 127–55.https://doi.org/10.4314/ajct.v1i1.6.
———. ‘“Euclid” Must Fall: The “Pythagorean” “Theorem” and the Rant of Racist and Civilizational Superiority - Part 2.’ Arumaruka: Journal of Conversational Thinking 1, no. 2 (2021): 57–105. https://doi.org/10.4314/ajct.v1i2.5.
———. “California, Indian Calculus and the Technology Race. 1: The Indian Origin of Calculus and Its Transmission to Europe”. Boloji.Com, 11 December 2021. https://www.boloji.com/articles/52924/california-indian-calculus.
———. “California, Indian Calculus and the Technology Race. 2: Don’t Cancel the Calculus, Make It Easy!”. Boloji.Com, 24 December 2021. https://www.boloji.com/articles/52950/california-indian-calculus-and.
Note: Not coming from a scriptural tradition, I don’t worship the written word. The spoken word is just as important, if not more. And it is much harder to censor and control.
Raju, C. K. “Relativistic and Statistical Foundations of Quantum Mechanics.” In Einstein Centenary Symposium. Ahmedabad: Abstract in Proc. ed. A. R. Prasanna, 1979.
———. “Ancient and Modern Cosmology.” In IAGRG X. Bangalore, 1979.
———. “Junction Conditions in General Relativity.” In Einstein Centenary Symposium . Nagpur: Abstract in Proc ed. T. Karade, 1980.
———. “Problems in Causality.” In S. N. Bose Centenary symposium . Calcutta: Invited talk, 1981.
———. “Recurrence in Dynamical Systems: A Review of Applications.” In Annual Seminar on Probability and Statistical Inference. Pune, 1981.
———, and A. Subramaniam. “Generalised Maximum Likelihood Estimation.” In Annual Seminar on Probability and Statistical Inference . Pune, 1983.
———, and N. Dadhich. “Is Gravitational Screening Possible?” In GR10. Padova: Abstract in Proc. ed. B. Bertotti, 1983.
———, “Gravitational Screening.” In IAGRG XII. Pune, 1983.
———. “Renormalisation, Extended Particles, and Non-Locality.” In International Conference on the Foundations of Quantum Mechanics . Calcutta, Feb: Invited talk, 1985.
———. “Products of Distributions.” University of Bordeaux, Math Dept., 1986.
———. “Products of Distributions and Shock Waves.” University of Dundee, Math department, 1986.
———. “The Magnetic Redshift: A New Model of Quasars.” In General Relativity 11. Stockholm: Abstract in Proc. ed. K. Rosquist, 1986.
———. “Products of Distributions.” Univ. of Lyon, Dept. of Math, 1987.
———. “Schrödinger’s Cat.” In Schrödinger Centenary Conference . CAT, Indore: Invited talk, 1987.
———. “General Theory of Shocks.” In International Conference on Gravitation and Cosmology . Goa, 1987.
———. “Profucts of Distributions, Renormalization and Relativistic Shocks (3 Lectures).” Max Planck Institut for Physics and Astrophysics, February 1988.
———. “Products of Distributions.” Univ. of Canberra, Dept. of Math., July 1988.
———. “Distributional Matter Tensors in Relativity.” In Fifth Marcel Grossman Meeting on General Relativity . Perth, 1988.
———. “C-DAC’s Param Supercomputer.” Univ. of Erlangen, 1989.
———. “Quantum Mechanics and the Micro-Physical Structure of Time.” In International Conference on the Conceptual Foundations of Quantum Mechanics . New Delhi: Invited talk, 1989.
———. “MultiGrid Methods: Fine-Grained Parallelisation.” In BARC Workshop on Parallel Processing, 1– 9. Bombay, 1990.
———. “History-Dependence of the Relativistic Many-Body Problem: Are Instantaneous Approximations Legitimate?” In GR 13. Cordoba: submitted abstract, 1992.
———. “Time in Indian and Western Traditions and Time in Physics.” In Seminar on Scientific Traditions in India, 1993.
———. “Causality, Morality, and the Topology of Time in Physics.” In Seminar on Causality in Physics and Philosophy. Calcutta, 1993.
———. “Supercomputing: Where India Stands.” In Invited Talk Delivered to the Computer Society of India . New Delhi, 1993.
———. “On the Development of Navier-Stokes Flow Downstream of a Shock.” In Indian Society for Industrial and Applicable Mathematics, II . Madras, 1994.
———. “Time Travel and the Reality of Spontaneity.” In Seminar on Reality in Physics and Philosophy . Calcutta, Feb: Invited talk, 1996.
———. “Simulating a Tilt in the Arrow of Time: Preliminary Results.” In Seminar on Some Aspects of Theoretical Physics, Indian Statistical Institute . Calcutta: Invited talk, 1996.
———. “Time Travel and Schrödinger’s Cat.” In International Symposium on Seventy Years of Schrödinger’s Wave Mechanics . New Delhi: Invited talk, 1996.
———. “The Mathematical Epistemology of Sunya.” In Seminar on the Concept of Sunya, INSA and IGNCA . New Delhi: Summary of interventions, 1997.
———. “The Tachyonic Anti-Telephone and Tolman’s Grandfather.” In Heisenberg Colloquium. Shimla: Invited talk, 1997.
———. “Penrose’s Theory of the Mind: A Rebuttal.” In Debate with Roger Penrose, in: Matter of the Mind, India International Centre . New Delhi, 1997.
———. “The Electrodynamic 2–Body Problem and the Origin of Quantum Mechanics.” In International Symposium on Uncertain Reality . New Delhi, 1998.
———. “Kamâl or Rapalagai.” In Indo-Portuguese Conference on History . Science, Technology and Culture: Indian National Science Academy, 1998.
———. “Functional Differential Equatios.” University of Southampton, Department of Math, 1999.
———. “How Should Euclidean Geometry Be Taught?” In International Workshop on History of Science, Implications for Science Education . Homi Bhabha Centre, TIFR, Bombay, 1999.
———. “Mathematics and Culture.” University of Exeter, Dept of Math Education, 1999.
———. “Approximation and Proof in the Yuktibhâsâ Derivation of Madhava’s Sine Series.” In National Conference on Applied Sciences in Sanskrit . Agra, 1999.
———. “Some Remarks on the Indian Epistemology of Mathematics.” In International Laboratory for the History of Science, The Material Culture of Calculation . Max Planck Institute, Berlin, 1999.
———. “Relativity: History and History Dependence.” In OnTime Seminar . Liverpool: British Society for History of Science, and Royal Society for History of Science, 1999.
———. “Time Travel.” In International Seminar, Retrocausality Day . University of Groningen: Invited talk, 1999.
———. “Some Remarks on Ontology and Logic in Buddhism, Jainism and Quantum Mechanics.” In Science et Engagement Ontologique. Barbizon: Invited talk, 1999.
———. “Functional Differential Equations.” Pomona College, California, 2000.
———. “Time.” Univ. of Pittsburgh, 2000.
———. “Computers, Mathematics Education, and the Alternative Epistemology of the Calculus in the Yuktibhasa.” In 8th East-West Conference . University of Hawai’i: Invited plenary talk, 2000.
Raju, C. K., and Dennis Almeida. “Transmission of the Calculus from India to Europe, Part I: Motivation and Opportunity” and Part II: Circumstantial and Documentary Evidence”.” In International Aryabhata Conference. Trivandrum, 2000.
Raju, C. K. “Technology and Politics of IT: India’s Cyber Laws.” Opening Talk Delivered at a Symposium on “Information Technology: Undeclared Dimensions.” India International Centre, Delhi, 2000.
———. “The Augustine-Hawking Argument against Closed Time Loops and Its Refutation”.” In International Conference on Language, Reality, and Truth . Calcutta, 2000.
———. “How and Why the Calculus Was Imported into Europe.” In International Conference on Knowledge and East-West Transitions. Bangalore: National Institute of Advanced Studies, 2000.
———. “Supercomputing in Finance”.” In 2nd International Conference on Human Dimensions in the Information Age . New Delhi, 2001.
———. “Culture, Calculus, and Computing.” In Seminar on Emerging Areas of Information Technology . Bhopal, 2001.
———. “Philosophy and Information Technology.” In Seminar on Innovative Courses in Philosophy. JNU . Invited talk, 2001.
———. “The Emperor’s New Course.” In India International Centre Meeting on Vedic Astrology in University Education: A Sound Decision? Invited talk. Other speakers Raja Ramanna, and Pushpa Bhargava, 2001.
———. “Atman, Quasi-Recurrence, and Paticca Samuppâda.” In PHISPC-CSC-CONSAVY Seminar on Self, Society, and Science: Theoretical and Historical Perspectives . Vice-President’s Lodge, Le Meridien, and Centre for Studies in CivilizationsNew Delhi: Invited talk, 2002.
———. “Traditional Knowledge, History, Science and Culture.” In Seminar on Traditional Knowledge Systems. Binsar, Almora: Invited talk, 2002.
———. “Sunya: From Zero to Java. Number Representations in Algorismus, Formal Mathematics, and Computers.” presented at the Invited tlk at Haldwani, October 8, 2002.
———. “Refsode: Non-Normal, Non-Markovian Methods of Computing Risk.” talk delivered at the KrESIT IIT, Mumbai, August 2003.
———. “Science as an Instrument of Cultural Propaganda.” In All India People’s Science Congress. Shimla: Invitefd talk, 2003.
———. “The Tilt in the Arrow of Time”, Talk Delivered at the Indian Institute of Advanced Study.” Shimla, October 2003.
———. “Linux and Localisation.” In Seminar on Linux Implementation . Bhopal: Related news item in Hindustan Times, Bhopal Live, 22 Nov, p. 3., 2003.
———. “The Culture of Cyberspace”, Talk Virtually Delivered at the Meeting on “The World Social Forum and the New Internationalism: The Culture and Politics of Cyberspace.” CSDS, New Delhi, 2003. http://www.hindu.com/2003/11/27/stories/2003112701720300.htm.
———. “Science: Religion::Reason: Faith? T.” In Conference on Indic Religions . IIC, New Delhi, 2003.
———. “Cultural Foundations of Mathematics”.” In PHISPC Editors Conclave . New Delhi, 2004.
———. “Time.” Kalidasa Academy, Ujjain, May 2004.
———. “Math Wars and the Epistemic Divide in Mathematics”.” invited talk at CRMSE, Univ. of San Diego, October 2004.
———. “The Calculus: Its Indian Origins and Transmission to Europe Prior to Newton and Leibniz”.” invited talk, Dept of Maths, Univ. of Iowa at Ames, and public lecture with the same title, October 2004.
———. “The Calculus: Its Indian Origins and Transmission to Europe Prior to Newton and Leibniz”, Invited Talk, Conference on Indian Contributions to the Renaissance.” Univ. of Louisiana, Lafayette, October 2004.
———. “Math Wars and the Epistemic Divide in Mathematics.” In Episteme-1. Goa, 2004.
———. “Why Deduction Is MORE Fallible than Induction.” invited talk at International Conference on Methodology and Science, Vishwabharati, Shantiniketan, 2004.
———. “Time Measurement in Classical Indian Tradition and the Present-Day Representation of Time as a Continuum.” In Proc. 2nd International Pendulum Conference , edited by M. R. Matthews, 225–248. Univ. of New South Wales, Sydney, 2005.
———. “Science and Religion: An Indian Perspective.” invited talk at the International Conference, SEASR, New Delhi, January 2005.
———. “Time.” Presidential address at Kalidasa Academy, Ujjain, May 2005.
———. “Time: What Is It That It Can Be Measured?” In Invited Plenary Talk at the International Pendulum Program Conference . Univ. of New South Wales, Sydney, 2005.
———. “Time in Classical Indian Tradition and the Present-Day Representation of Time as a Continuum.” In Invited Plenary Talk at the International Pendulum Program Conference . Univ. of New South Wales, Sydney, 2005.
———. “The Indian Origins of the Calculus and Its Transmission to Europe. Part I: Series Expansions in India from Aryabhata to Yuktidipika.” Talk at University of Auckland, New Zealand, Dept. of Math, October 17, 2005.
———. “The Indian Origins of the Calculus and Its Transmission to Europe. Part II. Lessons for Mathematics Education.” Talk at University of Auckland, New Zealand, Dept. of Math, October 18, 2005.
———. “The Politics of Time Beliefs”.” Talk at Dept. of History and Philosophy of Science, Univ. of Melbourne, October 19, 2005.
———. “Why Time Travel Is Possible, but Time Machines Are Not.” Talk in the series Conceptual and Historical Issues in Modern Physics, Depts of Physics and Philosophy, at Univ. of Sydney, October 20, 2005.
———. “Mathematics, Physics, Computers, and the Globalisation of Culture.” Talk at Asia Research Institute, National University of Singapore, October 24, 2005.
———. “The Religious Roots of Mathematics.” In JNU Seminar on Science and Spirituality, IIC . New Delhi: Invited talk, 2006.
———. “Functional Differential Equations and Applications to Physics.” National Physical Laboratory, New Delhi, April 2007.
———. “Science and the Media.” In Natnl Symposium on Tuning the Media to Science . New Delhi, 2007.
———. “Ethics and Equity in the History of Science.” Indian Institute of Advanced Study, Shimla, 2007.
———. “Introductory Talk, Symposium on ‘Mathematics in Relation to History, Culture, and Technology.’” IIC, New Delhi, 2007.
———. “Transmission of the Calculus from India to Europe before Newton and Leibniz”.” invited talk at Indian Institute of Advanced Study, Shimla, November 2007.
———. “Good-Bye Euclid!”.” In ISSA Congress. Mumbai, 2007.
———. “"Science and Equity”, plenary talk at Indian Social Science Congress.” Mumbai, 2007.
———. “The Indian Rope Trick”.” In ISSA Congress. Mumbai, 2007.
———. “Alternatives to Eurocentric Education”.” In Plenary Talk at ICIH. IIC, New Delhi, 2008.
———. “Dark matter and dark energy”.” talk at IIT, Ahmedabad, 2008.
———. “Ethics in Science”.” In talk at symposium on Ethics of science”, 32nd Indian Social Science Congress . N. Delhi, 2008.
———. “Two Recent Cases of Transmission”.” In Invited Talk at ICIH, New Delhi . IIC, Delhi, 2008.
———. “Two plus Two Is Not Always Four: Why Zero so Confused Europeans”.” In Invited Talk at International Seminar on Philosophy of Science, Vishwabharati, Shantiniketan , 2008.
———. “Ethics of Scientific Research”.” In Invited Talk, NISTADS-TERI Workshop . New Delhi, 2008.
———. “The Harmony Principle”.” In invited talk, seminar on “Samvad and Swaraj”, IIAS . Shimla, 2008.
———. “Zeroism and Calculus without Limits”.” In Invited Talk at the 4th Nalanda Dialogue , 2008.
———. “Alternatives to Eurocentric Education” Talk at Session on Education and Culture.” In Conference on BRIC&EU. IIC, Delhi, 2008.
———. “Indian Science at the Crossroads”, Invited Plenary Talk at the 32nd Indian Social Science Congress.” In N. Delhi. Jamia, 2008.
———. “Why a Paradigm Shift in Teacher Education?”.” In Keynote Address at Nat’nl Conference on Paradigm Shift in Teacher Education , 2008.
——. “Swaraj in Science”.” In Invited Talk at International Conference on Centenary of Hind Swaraj . IIC, New Delhi, March, 2009.
———. “Planetary Motion, Newton, and Buddhism”.” Central University of Higher Tibetan Studies, Sarnath, 2009.
———. “What Constitutes Ethical Research? An Indian Perspective on Bioethics”.” In International Conference on Human Genomics . New Delhi, 2009.
———. “Calculus without Limits.” workshop at CUTS, Sarnath, September 2009.
———. “Calculus without Limits: Report of an Experiment.” In 2nd People’s Education Congress. TIFR, Mumbai: Homi Bhabha Centre for Science Education, 2009.
———. “Mixed-Type Functional Differential Equations in Biology”.” In Invited Talk at International Workshop on State Dependent Delay Equations . Max Planck Institute for Complex Systems, Dresden, 2009.
———. “Swaraj in Science: a response to National Knowledge Commission”.” In plenary talk at 2nd People’s Education Congress . HBCSE, TIFR, Mumbai, 2009.
———. “Time, Physics, History”.” University of Aix-en-Provence, October 2009. http://www.dailymotion.com/video/xb39eq_time-physics-and-history_tech.
———. “Transmission of Calculus from India to Europe: Epistemological Issues”.” Max Planck Institute, Berlin, October 2009.
———. “Concepts of Science in Ancient Indian and Modern Western Civilizations”.” India International Centre, November 2009.
———. “Calculus without Limits”.” invited talk at seminar on science education, JNU, 2009.
———. “5-Day Course on Calculus without Limits: The Theory”, 6 Lectures.” Maths Dept, Universiti Sains Malaysia, Feb, 2010.
———. “Transmissions in the History of Science: The Role of Jundishapur”.” lecture at Shahid Chamran University, Ahwaz (Jundishapur University, April 2010.
———. “Academic Imperalism.” talk at Shahid Rajaee Teacher Traning University, Tehran, May 2010.
———. “Mathematics and Religion.” talk at Tehran University, Tehran, May 2010.
———. “Ending Hegemony in Hard Sciences”.” In talk at a conference on Hegemony in Penang , 2010. http://vimeo.com/14649036.
———. “Making Math Easy”.” talk to a general audience, DPU, USM, Penang, November 2010.
———. “Mathematics and Religion”.” In Talk at Cortona Week, Organized ByETHZurich, Hyderabad , 2010.
———. “Ending Academic Imperialism: A Beginning.” two lectures at Al Zahra Women’s University, Tehran, 2011.
———. “De-Westernizing Education in Hard Sciences”.” at Khorramshahr University of Marine Technology, March 2011.
———. “De-Westernizing Mathematics and Science”.” Sahand University of Technology, March 2011
.———. “Mathematics and Religion.” talk and debate at University of Religions and Denominations, Qom, March 2011. http://www.urd.ac.ir/cont.php?newsid=545.
———. “The Myths of Ptolemy and Copernicus.” Research Institute of Astronomy and Astrophysics, Maragheh, March 2011. http://www.riaam.ac.ir/en/, http://www.riaam.ac.ir/pdf/khajeh%20nasir2.htm.
———. Talk at Al-Zahra Women’s University, Tehran, March 2011.
———. “A critique of the ISI (Thomson-Reuters) index”.” Tehran, 2011.
———. “Decolonising Math and Science.” In Meet on “Decolonising Our Universities.” Penang, 2011.
———. “Decolonising History: Goodbye Euclid!” USM, July 22, 2011. http://ckraju.net/blog/?p=63.
———. “Benchmarking Science: A Critique of the ISI (Thomson-Reuters) Index.” In USM-Prince Songkla Univ. Conference in Hat Yai, 2011. http://ckraju.net/papers/Benchmarking-science-paper.pdf.
———. “Mathematics in Ancient India and Its Contemporary Applications: It Makes Math so Easy, so Why Don’t We Teach It?".” University of Pune, October 11, 2011. http://ckraju.net/papers/ckr-Pune-abstract-and-bio.html.
———. “Cultural Foundations of Religion.” Jaipur, October 19, 2011.
———. “Quantum and parallel computing.” talk at NAV6, USM, November 16, 2011.
———. “Swaraj in Thought: Decolonising Our Universities for a Just World Order.” In Proc. Indian Social Science Congress 2011. Wardha, 2011. http://ckraju.net/papers/Swaraj-in-thought.pdf.
———.“Panel Discussion on ‘Changing the University Curricula.’” presented at the Congress on Islamic Humanities, Qom, 2012.
———. “The Colonial Caste System and Its Consequences for University Education in Math, Science, and History and Philosophy of Science”.” Ambdedkar university Delhi, January 6, 2012.
———. “Philosophy of Science and Islam”.” Public lecture at USM, April 10, 2012.
———. “Retarded Gravitation Theory”.” invited talk at International School on Field Theory and Gravitation, Petropolis, Brazil, 2012.
———. “Debate on History and Philosophy of Science.” at Institute for History and Philosophy of Science, Tehran, May 19, 2012.
———. “Changing the History and Philosophy of Science Curriculum”.” Tehran, 2012.
———. “Farsi Book Release,” 2012.
———.. “Mathematics in India before and after Colonialism”.” Jabalpur, India, 2012.
———. “Euclid and Jesus”.” Jabalpur, India, 2012. http://ckraju.net/press.
———. “A Tale of Two Calendars”.” In AIU Conference on Traditional Sciences for Sustainability , 2012. http://www.ckraju.net/hps-aiu/ckr-calendar.html.
———. “The Indian Education System: The Crisis and the Shifting Paradigms”,” 2012.
———. “Escaping Western Superstitions”.” Banaras Hindu University, Banaras, 2012.
———. “History and Philosophy of Science as a Means of Decolonisation”.” Bhubaneshwar, 2012.
———. “What Ails Science (in India)?,” 2012.
———. “Islam and Science”.” Asia-Europe Institute, University of Malaya, 2013.
———. “Is Science Western in Origin?”.” presented at the Public talk at Ramallah, Palestine, April 2013.
———. “History and Philosophy of Science”.” presented at the Talk at Bethlehem university, Palestine, April 25, 2013. http://www.bethlehem.edu/events/c-k-raju-lecture-history-on-philosophy-of-science.
———. “History and Philosophy of Science”.” presented at the Talk at Birzeit university, Palestine, April 30, 2013. http://ckraju.net/press.
———. “Yoga Mathematics and Ganita”.” presented at the Talk at Abhyas Mandal Indore, May 8, 2013. http://ckraju.net/press.
———. “A Method of Solving Mixed-Type Functional Differential Equations”.” In Progress in Electromagentics Research, PIERS . Stockholm, 2013.
———. “Teaching Decolonised Math.” presented at the Lectures at summer school University of Helsinki, Helsinki, August 15, 2013.
———. “Entropy, Economics, Environment and Ethics.” In Plenary Lecture, Indian Social Science Congress . Univ. of Aligarh, 2013.
———. “Teach Religiously Neutral Mathematics.” In Invited Lecture at the National Symposium on Sciences in India . Univ. of Aligarh, 2013.
———. “Decolonizing Mathematics”.” In Day-Long Talk at 4th CISSC International Confer ence, AlZahra Univ. Tehran, 2014. http://ckraju.net/papers/presentations/decolonizing-mathematics.pdf.
———. “Decolonising Math and Science Education".” In Paper for International Conference on “Modern Transformation and the Challenges of Inequalities in Education in India.” Delhi University, 2014.
———. “Calculus.” Institute of Complex Thought, Ricardo Palms University, Lima, 2015. https://youtu.be/z64ALQOQnt4.
———. “Cultural Foundations of Mathematics.” PRATEC, lIMA, 2015. http://ckraju.net/blog/?p=107.
———. “Decolonisation of Math and Science Education: Further Steps.” Nottingham University, Kuala Lumpur, 2015. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_29pw9fh8Vk&list=PLUOd47_fxvYyVL9bHgHvyD6e3gsoJo4bo&index=42&t=0s.
———.. “Ideology and Scientific Temper", and ‘Where Is the Scientific Temper in Science.’” Andhra University, Visakhapatnam, 2015.
———.“Calculus: The Real Story“, Talk at MIT.” Cambridge, Mass., USA, April 26, 2015. http://ckraju.net/papers/Calculus-story-abstract.html.
———.“Ganita vs Math: Ten Myths of Western Math,” 2015.
———. “Calculus: Ganita or Math.” Indian Institute of Science, Bengaluru, December 7, 2015. https://youtu.be/U-r1CWU-KKM.
———. “Decolonising Mathematics.” In Unisa Conference on Decoloniality . University of South Africa, 2016.
———. “The Indian Calculus and Its Relevance to Physics Today.” University of Pune, Dept of Physics, January 15, 2016.
———. “Swaraj in Education.” Indian Institute of Education, Pune: (Invited talk), 2016.
———. “Functional Differential Equations: The Route to Quantum Mechanics.” University of Pune, Department of Physics, January 19, 2016.
———. “Buddhism and Science,” Conversation with the Dalai Lama, 2016. https://youtu.be/SkS1HM6g0O4.
———.. “Not out of Greece (5 Lectures).” University of South Africa, Pretoria, January 2017. http://ckraju.net/unisa.
———. “Decolonising Math Education.” Univ. of Amsterdam, March 2017. https://youtu.be/UioC3-lwFhE.
———. “Decolonising Time.” Berlin, 2017. https://youtu.be/jltPVAkOVLg.
———. “Beyond Zero: India;s Contribution to Mathematics and Science.” Nehru Memorial Museum and Library, July 29, 2017. https://youtu.be/22uZ3D5AgaE.
———.. “Decolonising Math and Science.” University of Cape Town, September 2017. https://youtu.be/ckbzKfRIi6Q.
———.. “Decolonising Math and Science Education.” University of Durban, 2017. https://youtu.be/cpS6MfzJr2E.
———. “India’s Civilisational Narrative.” presented at the Jaipur Dialogues, Jaipur, 27 Oct 2018.
———. “Science and Technology in Indian.” Jaipur Dialogues, Jaipur, October 28, 2018.
———. “Decolonising Math, Science, and the History and Philosophy of Science.” In International Conference on Culturalization of the Humanities . Beirut, 2018.
———. “Indian Ganita vs Formal Mathematics.” presented at the Institute Lecture, IIT (BHU), January 18, 2019. http://ckraju.net/blog/?p=163.
———. “Workshop on Alternative Math: Rajju Ganita and Calculus without Limits.” IIT (BHU), Banaras, January 19, 2019. http://ckraju.net/blog/?p=163.
———. “Cultural Foundations of Science.” Jaipur, October 20, 2019. http://ckraju.net/papers/Jaipur-science-abstract.html.
———. “How Colonial Education Changed Our Math Teaching and What We Can Do about It Today.” Delhi, November 23, 2019. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Rm6d-bUmmGg.
———. “Śulba-Sūtra Geometry: Can We Teach It in School Today?” Delhi, November 23, 2019. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rLI_UU6dfnE.
———.. “Precolonial Appropriations of Indian Ganita: Epistemic Issues.” International Roundtable, IIAS, Shimla, March, 2020. http://ckraju.net/papers/ckr-indology-abstract.pdf.
———.. “Decolonising Mathematics and Science”. In National Symposium on Self-Reliant India: Towards Svarajya in Ideas. IIAS, Shimla, June, 2021.
———.. “Two-Day Workshop on Rajju Ganita vs Euclidean Geometry’. Bengaluru, 5-6 June, 2021
‘“Euclid” Must Fall’. Keynote, In International Colloquium on Applications of Conversatonal Thinking. Univs of Tubingen-Pretoria, 2021. http://www.ckraju.net/papers/International-Colloquium-May-13-14-2021-Programme-and-Book-of-Abstracts.pdf.
‘Atman as a Scientific Notion in Relation to Physics and Mathematics’. In 25th International Vedanta Congress. JNU, Oct 2021
‘Ancient India’s Contributions to Mathematics’. In Defence Tech Seminar. MHOW, Dec 2021.
‘False History of Science as a Colonial Weapon of Soft Power’. In Defence Tech Seminar, MHOW, Dec 2021.
‘Western Appropriations of Indian Ganita: Contemporary Consequences’. In TSSP Eminent Scholar Award Lecture Series, March 2022. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lmwZfMaNwfo. ———. .
“California, Indian Calculus and the Technology Race. 1: The Indian Origin of Calculus and Its Transmission to Europe”
“Functional Differential Equations. 6: Quantum mechanics.” Physics Education (India) 32, no. 1 (March 2016).
“Functional Differential Equations. 5: Time Travel and Life.” Physics Education (India) 31, no. 4 (2015).
“Functional Differential Equations. 4: Retarded Gravitation.” Physics Education (India) 31, no. 2 (June 2015).
“Functional Differential Equations. 3: Radiative Damping.” Physics Education (India) 30, no. 3 (July 2014): 8.
“Functional Differential Equations 2: The Classical Hydrogen Atom.” Physics Education (India) 29, no. 3 (July 2013): Article 2.
“Functional Differential Equations.1: A New Paradigm in Physics.” Physics Education (India) 29, no. 3 (July 2013): Article 1.
Greek history for idiots: Greediots and Pythagoras.
1: No axiomatic proofs in Greek math
“Euclidean” Geometry vs Rajju Ganita, Workshop, Udhbhavah, Bengaluru, 5, 6 June 2021. Presentation, day 1, Presentation, day 2
"Euclid" must fall, International Colloquium on Conversational Thinking, Tübingen/Pretoria 13 May 2021. Presentation
Ganita vs formal math: an obituary of formal math Extended abstract, synoptic contents Indian Institute of Advanced Study, Shimla, 25 March 2021. Presentation
Decolonising socialism Univ. of Geneva, 1st Decoso meeting, 25 Feb 2021. Presentation
Decolonisation, Islam, and science 15 Feb 2021, Decolianility International Network, The Hague. Presentation
Statistics for Social Science and Humanities: Should we Teach it Using Normal Math or Formal Math? JNU, 16 Sep 2020
विज्ञान का इतिहास और फलसफा, HP Central University, 26 Sep 2020, Presentation
Extended talks on Eleven Pictures of time: the physics, philosophy and politics of time beliefs . Berlin, March 2019 (postponed).
“Pre-colonial appropriations of Indian ganita: epistemic issues ”. Round table on Indology at IIAS Shimla which replaced the now-postponed conference on Indology .
Ganita vs math : 2^{nd} presentation at IIAS: Shimla.
"How colonial education changed our math teaching and what we can do about it today" , #Srijan talks, Delhi, 23 Nov, 3-4.30. Presentation
" Śulba-sūtra geometry: can we teach it in school today? " , #Srijan talks, Delhi, 23 Nov, 4.30-6.00.
"Cultural foundations of religion" , Jaipur dialogues, 19 Oct 2011.
"Cultural foundations of science" , Jaipur dialogues, 20 Oct 2011.
"Mathematics in ancient India and its contemporary applications: it makes math so easy, so why don't we teach it?" , Univ. of Pune, 11 Oct 2011, 4 pm.
Ganita vs formal mathematics: re-examining mathematics, its pedagogy and the implications for science , initial presentation, IIAS, Shimla
Institute lecture and Workshop on calculus and rajju ganita. IIT: BHU , Jan 2019.
Hegemony of the University, and decolonisation. Talk at meeting on Culturalization of Humanities , Beirut, Nov 2018. Paper.