Link to virtual session TBA.
Why would a woman pursue mathematical research in the late-nineteenth century?
For women in the United States, the best case scenario was employment at a woman's
college, in which one might find time for scholarship in between heavy teaching
loads. Charlotte Angas Scott at Bryn Mawr College held the unique position in which a
woman mathematician was expected and encouraged to pursue research. The
economic situation was compounded by social expectations - at the time, many
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