The program of delivered talks can be found here. The minutes of the business meeting are here.
The following speakers have made available versions of their presentations for viewing or downloading. Click on each title:
Bob Stein, History in a Math Course for Teachers: How and Why
Uffe Jankvist, Designing teaching modules on the history and philosophy of mathematics – a report from an in-progress study in Danish high schools
Andy Fiss, Effects of the Civil War on College-Level Math Education
Jim Tattersall, Mathematical Department of the Yates County Chronicle
George Rosenstein, The Fundamental Theorem of Calculus through the eyes of Granville, Smith, and Longley
Ilhan M. Izmirli, Egyptian Unit Fractions – An Existence Theorem
Roman Sznajder, 90th anniversary of emergence of the Polish School of Mathematics; Polish mathematics between the world wars
Jerry Lodder, Deduction Through the Ages: Teaching Elementary Logic via Primary Historical Sources. Professor Lodder states that any instructor is welcome to use this material in the classroom.
Dave Roberts, WFF ‘N PROOF and the climate for Mathematical Recreations in the 1950s and 60s