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Tag Archives: inclusion/exclusion blog
Posts to Ponder
I have recently read some posts that don’t necessarily have a common theme uniting them, except that they all grabbed my attention. Without further ado, here’s a little bit about a few of them. “What we mean when we say … Continue reading
Posted in Issues in Higher Education, K12 Mathematics, Math Communication, Math Education, people in math
Tagged eMentoring Network blog, inclusion/exclusion blog, Living Proof blog, Math for Love, PhD + epsilon blog
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Pride Month And Math
June is Pride Month. June 28, 2019 is also the 50th anniversary of the Stonewall riots/uprising that marked the beginning of a new era in the fight for rights and freedoms for LGBTQ+ folks in America and around the world. … Continue reading
Posted in Current Events, Events, Math Education, people in math
Tagged 500 Queer Scientists, Anthony Bonato, Equality Act, GLSEN blog, inclusion/exclusion blog, inclusive, Juliettte Bruce, Kyle S. Whipple, LG&TBQ, LGBTQ+, Mary Hoelscher, Pride month
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Inclusive Math History
Earlier this month, Anna announced on Twitter “It’s finally happened, I got tapped to teach History of Math. Since I cover so much of the euro white guy stuff in number theory, I want to do a People’s History of … Continue reading
Posted in History of Mathematics, Issues in Higher Education, K12 Mathematics, Math Education, people in math, Uncategorized, women in math
Tagged biographies, David Richeson, Division by Zero, Evelyn Lamb, Fermat's Last Theorem, inclusion/exclusion blog, Katherine Johnson, Mike Lawler, Mike's Math Page, Sophie Germaine
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