#### Weblog - Book Chapters - Keynotes - Conference papers - Web Material - Workshops and other stuff

## Weblog

See the MII weblog at http://blogs.londonmet.ac.uk/mii/

## Book Chapters *(forthcoming) *

*in E*ducation: identities & participation, New York, Routledge.

## Keynotes and invited talks

Heather Mendick gave a keynote talk which used some material from this project at the PREMA conference in Barcelona, 25th-26th January, 2007, entitled: *'I could always just play': gender and mathematical ability.*

Heather Mendick gave a keynote talk based on the project at the Mathematics, Science and Technology in the Body of Education conference in* *Volos, 18th-19th December, 2007, entitled *Undoing mathematics?, Fantasies of gender and mathematics**.** *

Heather Mendick gave an invited talk based on the project to the annual conference of the Heads of Department of Mathematical Sciences in Birmingham, 7^{th}-8^{th} April, entitled: Imagining mathematicians: issues of gender

## Conference papers

Mendick, H., Hollingworth, S., Moreau, M. P. & Epstein, D. (2007) Being a sumbody: new stories of choosing mathematics,* Proceedings of the British Society for Research into Learning Mathematics*, 27(3), 84-89 (presented at Northampton, 17 November)

Mendick, H., Moreau, M.-P. and Epstein, D. (2007) Looking for Mathematics. Paper presented to the British Society for Research into Learning Mathematics day conference, London South Bank University, March. *(Proceedings of the British Society for Research into Learning Mathematics, 27(1), 60-65) *

Moreau, M.-P. Mendick, H. and Epstein, D. (2007) Gendered, ‘raced’ and classed: constructions of mathematicians in popular culture. Paper presented to the Gender and Education conference, Trinity College Dublin, 28-30 March

Epstein, D., Mendick, H. and Moreau, M.-P. (2007) Absolute cultures: mathematics education meets cultural studies. Paper presented to the Cultural Studies Now, London, 19-22 June.

Moreau, M.-P., Mendick, H. and Epstein, D. (2007) Mathematical futures or domestic happiness: constructions of mathematicians’ working and domestic lives in popular culture and schools. Paper presented to the Gender Work and Organisation conference, Keele, 27-29 June.

Mendick, H., Epstein, D. and Moreau, M.-P. (2007) Mathematical Images and Identities: education, entertainment, social justice. Paper presented to the Mathematical Images and Identities: End of Award Event, London Metropolitan University, 12 July.

## Web Material

Maths and popular culture mathmapedia entry

## Workshops and other stuff

Heather Mendick led a session of the Critical Mathematics Education Group based on this project on 27th March, 2007. This group meets termly at Sheffield Hallam University.

Heather Mendick led a session based on this project called ‘Moving Images of Maths’ at the Mathematical Association conference, held at Keele University, 11-14th April, 2007.

Heather Mendick led a session based on this project called ‘Popular Mathematics?’ at the Association of Teachers of Mathematics conference, held at Loughborough University, 2nd-5th April, 2007.

Mendick, H., Epstein, D. & Moreau, M. P. (2007) Moving Images of Maths, *Primary Mathematics*, 11(3), 26-27.

The final report to the ESRC is available here

Times Educational Supplement article: A Good Deal for Maths by Helen Ward, 20/7/2007