49 Special Articles/Web Pages
Mentorship Creates Network of Mathematicians
ARTICLES
 3 African American Women x 3 Ph.D.s = One Rare Achievement in Mathematics
 50 Most Important Blacks in Research Science 2004
 African Americans in Mathematics by Nathaniel Dean  Book Review by James Donaldson
African Americans in Mathematics II by Nathaniel Dean, Cassandra McZeal, and Pamela Williams journal: African Journal of Mathematics
 Africanisms in American Mathematical and Information Sciences and African Fractals by Ron Eglash
 An African Mathematician in the early 1700's
 Anton Amo, African Professor in 18th century Germany
 Benjamin Banneker
 Banneker's Trig puzzle excerpt.
 The Best Journals by Scott Williams
 Black Societies in the Mathematical Sciences in the World
 Black and American Minority Science Organizations Online in the US
 Black Astronomers (pdf) by Robert Fikes
 The most Black Mathematics Ph.D's
Howard (?); Berkeley (21); Maryland (17); Michigan (15); Illinois (9); IAS: Black Mathematician visitors to the Institute for Advanced Study (11)
 MSRI's BlackwellTapia Prize
 Books on African Mathematical Traditions in surprising places
by Ron Eglash
by Paulus Gerdes book: Edward Bouchet, The first African Doctorate
 Developing a Career in Mathematics
 Chronology of African American Ph.D.'s in Mathematics
 First HBCU Ph.D. program in Mathematics or A History of Mathematics at Howard University
 Ford Founation Fellows (postdoctoral / predoctoral)
 Free Mathematics Web Journals
 Thomas Fuller, African slave and mathematician and Gerdes books on African Mathematical Traditions
 Caleb Gattegno (19111988)
 A Girl's journey to a doctorate in Mathematical Sciences by Cecilia Wangechi Mwathi
 Greatest Black Mathematicians, Who are they?
 Mathematical Patterns in African American Hairstyles by Gloria Gilmer
 Mathematics is Four Dimensional: A Basis for a Professional Master's Degree by William Massey
 Mentorship Creates Network of Mathematicians
 Donald Hill, an appreciation of an opponent of racism
 History of the African Mathematical Union
 A History of Minority Participation in the Southeastern Section of the MAA
 How a White School Got its First Black Student
 Black Mathematics Journals
 Patricia Kenschaft, historian on Black women in Mathematics
 Lee Lorch, an appreciation of an opponent of racism
 An article on African American research scientists by Kenneth R. Manning, Can History Predict the Future?
 A Letter to Graduate Students by Dawn Lott
 Media's Belated Discovery of Black Science Experts by Robert Fikes, Jr.
 Kelly Miller, 18631939, first Black to study graduate Mathematics.
 reading list
 R. L. Moore, racist mathematician exemplified
 Review: Reflections on the Black Experience at MIT
 Charles Reason, an African American Mathematician in 1850
 Mathematics in the Countries of Southern Africa (pdf), Realities and Aspirations
 Ph.D. graduates of the Bell Labs/Lucent Technologies CRFP Program by William Massey
 posters on African Americans in Math and Science
 Practice Math Ph.D. Qualifying & Preliminary Exams
 Princeton Full Professor, Black Mathematican
 Pseudoscience and Race  a collection of arguments against the Bell Curve and similar genetic racial flotsam.
 Research Books by Black Research Mathematicians
 Statistics  Percentage of Mathematicians who are Black
 The Stephens Method, and The MorganPotsdam Model for teaching undergraduate mathematics
 TIME LINE
 Transfigural Mathematics: The Journal  Lere O. Shakunle, journal editor  The Matran School
 Unfulfilled Tomorrows, working with students with a weak background
 Unknown
 Francis Williams, Jamaican Mathematician 17021770
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