Category Archives: giving talks

The final lap

Winter semester just ended here at Bates, and it has been a crazy couple of weeks (as perhaps evidenced by my absence from the blogosphere). Since there has been little else on my mind recently, I will just share some … Continue reading

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Conference madness, part I: Journees Arithmetiques

I have spent the past three weeks attending back-to-back conferences (hence the title and lack of blog posts). I thought that instead of cramming all of the experiences into one long post, I would write about them separately this week. … Continue reading

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The talking cure

This is not a post about psychiatry (although this link Jordan Ellenberg shared recently makes me think I could use some therapy, and it IS Sigmund Freud‘s birthday today), but rather about the benefits of giving talks in mathematics: they … Continue reading

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