Details of the masterclasses can be found in the Mathematics Division site. Click here to visit them.
Carpentry: a fable, by R. Brown, Mathematical Intelligencer, 11, no.4 (1989) 37.
Making a mathematical exhibition' by R. Brown and T. Porter, in The popularization of mathematics, edited A.G.Howson and J.-P. Kahane, ICMI Study Series, Cambridge University Press, (1990) 51-64.
The methodology of mathematics , by R. Brown and T.Porter. This is a version of the article in Math. Gazette, 79 No 485 July, 1995, 321-324.
Why study mathematics, by R. Brown and T.Porter, Mathematics for the future, IMA/Hobsons 1995.
Mathematics in context: a new course, by R. Brown and T. Porter, published in For the Learning of Mathematics, 10 (1990) 10-15.
The symbolic sculptures of John Robinson, in Theoria et Historia Scientiarum, the International Journal of Interdisciplinary Studies, issue on `Knowledge: representation and interpretation.', edited W. Meyer and R. Paton, 6 (2002) 55-73.
"What should be the output of mathematical education?", by R. Brown. This is an edited web version of the article published in: Mathematics education as a research domain: a search for identity, ed. Kilpatrick, J. and Sierpinska, A., Kluwer, Lancaster (1997) 459-476.
Nick Gilbert and Tim Porter, Knots and surfaces, OUP
Jan Abas and Amer Salman, Symmetries of Islamic Geometrical Patterns, World Scientific