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The Women in Math Web site features an extensive, searchable bibliography of publications on topics such as gender and mathematics and feminist theories of science. The site is housed at the University of Oregon and provides biographies on women in mathematics, links to math history sites, and information about associations of interest to women in math. Visit to learn about career and academic opportunities, statistics on women in math, and related conferences and workshops.
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