November 28 to December 2, 2022

Indigenizing University Mathematics 2

Online, at First Nations University of Canada

and at Wollotuka

A four-day symposium of talks, panels, yarning, and sharing. The theme this year is Indigenous perspectives on maths and applications.

Day 1

Why Indigenize?

Day 2

Ways of Knowing

Day 3

Making Maths Local

Day 4

Politics and Change

A meeting of worlds between Indigenous and Mathematical perspectives, we explore the Indigenization of University Mathematics.

Four days of talks, panels, yarning, and sharing

The Speakers

Dan Collins

Worimi/Biripi Nation --- Yapug Program Convenor at the University of Newcastle

Edward Doolittle

Mohawk Nation --- Associate Professor of Mathematics, First Nations University of Canada

Henry Fowler

Navajo Nation --- Director of the Navajo Math Circles Program, Navajo Technical University

Jade Kennedy

Yuin Nation --- Academic Director of the Jindaola Program, University of Wollongong

The Venue

Three Venues

Online
First Nations University
Wollongong

This international event will take place primarily online, with the option for some attendees to join the conference on site (COVID permitting) at First Nations University of Canada in Regina, Saskatchewan, or at the Wollotuka Institute, the University of Newcastle, Australia.

This Symposium is part of an ongoing project, information about which is available at https://carmamaths.org/iumproject/

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