American woman math PhDs of the 1940s

Apparently I’ve had this blog for a really long time: just over nine years ago, I wrote about Margaret A. M. Murray’s book “Women Becoming Mathematicians”. This post is just to note that the latest AMS Notices contains an article by Murray that provides an update on her work, which is documented in more detail on her webpage womenbecomingmathematicians.net.

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2 Responses to American woman math PhDs of the 1940s

  1. jd2718 says:

    I’m not sure how I missed that you have a quirky (not quercy) blog… upset that I haven’t been following it!

  2. JBL says:

    Hey, thanks! As you can probably see, I’m down to a post every few months (and, apparently, no e-mail notification of new comments, as I didn’t see yours until just now), so you haven’t been missing that much :).

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