Books, Articles and Speeches of Interest to Women in Mathematics

Books

- Celebrating Women in Mathematics and Science by Miriam P. Cooney (Ed.)
- Counting Jennie by Helena Clare Pittman
*Emmy Noether: The Mother of Modern Algebra*by M.B.W. Tent- Equity in Mathematics Education : Influences of Feminism and Culture by Pat Rogers, Gabriele Kaiser (Ed.)
- Evaluating Intervention Programs : Applications from Women's Programs in Math and Science by Barbara Gross Davis, Shelia Humphreys, Sheila M. Humphreys
- Fair Science : Women in the Scientific Community by Jonathan R. Cole, Jonathon R. Cole
- Feisty Females : Inspiring Girls to Think Mathematically by Karen Karp, E. Todd Brown, Candy Allen
- Gender and Mathematics : An International Perspective (Cassell Education Series) by Leone Burton (Ed.)
- Gender, Science and Mathematics: Shortening the Shadow (Science & Technology Education Library, Vol 2) by Lesley H. Parker (Ed.), Leonie J. Rennie (Ed.), Barry J. Fraser
- Girls into Maths Can Go by Leona Burton (Ed.)
- How to Encourage Girls in Math and Science by J. Skolnick, C. Langhort (Contr.), L. Day (Contr.)
*Julia Robinson and Hilbert's Tenth Problem*by Julia Robinson. You can watch a short trailer of the documentary here.- Math Equals : Biographies of Women Mathematicians and Related Activities by Teri Perl
- Mathematics and Gender by Elizabeth Fennema, Gilah C. Leder (Ed.)
- Notable Women in Mathematics by Charlene Morrow (Ed.), Teri Perl (Ed.)
- Options for Girls : A Door to the Future (An Anthology on Science and Math Education) by Meg Wilson (Ed.), Elizabeth Snapp (Ed.), Foundation for Women's Resources
- Perspectives on Women and Mathematics by Judith E. Jacobs
- She Does Math! : Real-Life Problems from Women on the Job (Classroom Resource Materials) by Marla Parker (Ed.), Mathematical Association of America
- The Critical Filter : Girls and Mathematics (an annotated bibliography) by Margaret King
- The Equity Equation : Fostering the Advancement of Women in the Sciences, Mathematics, and Engineering (Jossey-Bass Education Series) by Cinda-Sue Davis (Ed.), Angela B. Ginorio (Ed.), Carol s Hollenshead, Paula M. Rayman (Ed.)
- Towards Gender Equity in Mathematics Education : An Icmi Study (New Icmi Studies Series, Vol 3) by G. Hanna (Ed.), International Commission on Mathematical Instruction (ICMI)
- Use Equals to Promote the Participation of Women in Mathematics by Alice Kreinberg, Nancy Downie and Diane Kaseberg
- Winning Women into Mathematics by P. Kenschaf
- Women and Mathematics : Balancing the Equation by Susan F. Chipman, Lorelei R. Brush, Donna M. Wilson (Ed.)
- Women and Numbers : Lives of Women Mathematicians Plus Discovery Activities by Teri Perl, Analee Nunan (Contr.), Annalee Nunan (Illustrator)
- Women and the Mathematical Mystique : Proceedings of the Eighth Annual Hyman Blumberg Symposium on Research in Early Childhood Education by 8th Hyman Blumberg Symposium on Research in Early Childhood Education
- Women in Mathematics by Lynn M. Olsen
- Women in Mathematics : Scaling the Heights (MAA Notes, No. 46.) by Deborah Nolan (Ed.)
- Women in Mathematics : The Addition of Difference (Race, Gender and Science) by Claudia Henrion
- Women of Mathematics by Louise S. Grinstein, Paul J. Campbell (Ed.)
- Women Scientists and Inventors : A Science Puzzle Book by Jacquelyn A. Greenblatt
- Women, Art and Geometry in Southern Africa by Paulus Gerdes

- I've Got a Secret: Math Anxiety by C. Rick Seaman
- How Negative Expectancies and Attitudes Undermine Females' Math Confidence and Performance: A Review of the Literature by Jennifer Gutbezahl
- Barriers to Women in Academic Science and Engineering by Henry Etzkowitz, Carol Kemelgor, Michael Neuschatz, Brian Uzzi
- Mathematics and Women: Perspectives and Progress by Alice T. Schafer

- Affirmative Action: What is it and What Should it Be? by Cora Sadusky
- Looking Forward, Looking Back by Ursula Franklin
- Educational Pathways to Power by Hilary Lips
- Women: 40 Years of Change by Madeleine Kunin
- U.S. President's Council of Advisors on Science and Technology Testimony by Ellen Spertus
- Gender Equity for Mathematics and Science by Elizabeth Fennema