Recordings of Events with Alex Kontorovich
All MoMath online events are intended as live-stream events. However, MoMath makes some event recordings available for purchase. Please allow approximately two to four weeks for videos to be posted.
While MoMath strives to provide video recordings whenever possible, copyright, author, and publicist permissions and credit earning issues can impede distribution. You are encouraged to attend events in real time whenever possible.
The following events are currently available as video recordings. Click on each title to learn more about — and purchase — recordings.
- August 31, 2021: Mirror Mirror on the Wall: the story of reflection groups and fractal sphere-packings with Alex Kontorovich for ages 14 and above
- August 3, 2021: Math Meets Major League Baseball with Max Ehrman and Alex Kontorovich for all ages
- July 22, 2021: The Mathematics of Indian Music with Alex Kontorovich, Deep Singh, and Frank London for all ages
- July 16, 2021: Family Fridays: “Playing with Plato” with Alex Kontorovich for all ages
- July 1, 2021: History of Mathematics in Mesopotamia with Pavla Rosenstein and Alex Kontorovich for ages 14 and above
- February 2, 2021: Danger: Your kids might learn to code! with Alex Kontorovich for ages 10 and up
Please note that a video recording of an event is a separate purchase that is not included in the registration fee for attending an event.
MoMath members receive free access to video recordings. To take advantage, please email email@example.com using the email address associated with your MoMath membership.
Please make any purchases promptly, as the list of available recordings may change over time.
Single-Purchaser Viewing Rights
MoMath’s video recordings are meant to be viewed by only you — kindly do not screen these videos to a group, distribute them to others, or post them to social media. A separate purchase for each viewer is required, and your support of MoMath’s programming is appreciated.
To learn more about purchasing video recordings of MoMath events for individual views, visit videos.momath.org.