Introduction to Cultural Mathematics: With Case Studies in the Otomies and Incas
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THOMAS E. GILSDORF, PhD, is Professor in the Mathematics Department at the University of North Dakota. He has long been interested in topics such as anthropology and languages, and he has traveled to archaeological sites and cultural centers of numerous pre-Hispanic and indigenous cultures to study mathematics in a cultural context. Dr. Gilsdorf has published and presented research on cultural mathematics, as well as locally convex spaces.