Indigenizing University Mathematics 2

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

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This symposium builds upon IUM1 which brought together the first International gathering of Indigenous and Mathematical scholars and community to explore Indigenizing University Mathematics.

This year at IUM2 we unpack more of what Indigenizing University Mathematics may mean in practice and in theory. The theme is "Indigenous perspectives on Mathematics and Applications". The symposium will involve speakers, conversations and panel sessions, over four days in daily themes as outlined below.

The Symposium is hosted by Edward Doolittle, Associate Professor of Mathematics at First Nations University of Canada, who is Kanyenkehake (Flint Nation = Mohawk) from Six Nations in southern Ontario. It is supported by CARMA, the Wollotuka Institute at the University of Newcastle in Australia, and the University of Regina.

For further information contact A/Prof Edward Doolittle or CARMA Director Dr Judy-anne Osborn or follow the links from

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