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As part of Black History Month, June Barrow-Green and Brigitte Stenhouse gave a presentation in which they explored how historical sources can be used to decolonise the mathematics curriculum.
13 Nov 2020
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The belief women were not capable of doing serious mathematics proved extremely hard to shift. Dr June Barrow-Green looks at the challenges and successes of women in mathematics.
09 Oct 2018
When did mathematics begin? A natural question to ask, but unfortunately a very difficult one to answer, explains June Barrow-Green
05 Jan 2010
Dr June Barrow-Green explains how the ancient Babylonians did maths, based an a sexagesimal place-value system.
13 Jan 2005
The classical Greeks believed that mathematics was invented in Egypt but there is disappointingly little evidence of the Egyptians’ mathematical attainments. Dr June Barrow-Green examines the evidence that exists.
13 Jan 2005
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