- A Convergence of Lives. Sofia Kovalevskaia: Scientist, Writer, Revolutionary, (Boston and Basel: Birkhauser, 1983); second, updated edition with new introduction and bibliographical essay (New Brunswick: Rutgers University Press, 1993).
- Science, Women, and Revolution in Russia (Amsterdam: Harwood Academic Publishers, 2000), "Women and Science" series.
- Memoria de Labores de la Conferencia Centroamericana de la Mujer en la Ciencia, la Tecnologia y la Medicina/ Proceedings of the Central American Conference on Women in Science, Technology and Medicine (Seattle: Kovalevskaia Fund, 1988), editor and translator.
- Memoria de Labores del Pre-Congreso de la Asociacion de Mujeres Medicos Salvadorenas sobre el Aborto: Su Impacto Medico y Social a Nivel Centroamericano (Seattle: Kovalevskaia Fund, 1994), editor (with William Boyle and Neal Koblitz), and author of introduction.
- Iu. I. Manin, Mathematics and Physics (Boston and Basel: Birkhauser, 1981), translated (from Russian) jointly with Neal Koblitz.
- "Science, Women, and Revolution in Russia," Science for the People, 14, No. 4 (July/August 1982), pp. 14-18, 34-37.
- "Sofia Kovalevskaia and the Mathematical Community," The Mathematical Intelligencer, 6, No. 1 (1984), pp. 20-29.
- "Career and Home Life in the 1880s: A Mathematician's Choices," Uneasy Careers and Intimate Lives: Women in Science, ed. by Pnina Abir-Am and Dorinda Outram (New Brunswick: Rutgers University Press, 1987), pp. 172-190.
- Articles on Sofia Kovalevskaia and Elizaveta Litvinova, Women of Mathematics: A Biobibliographic Sourcebook, ed. by Paul J. Campbell and Louise Grinstein, (New York: Greenwood Press, 1987), pp. 103-113; 129-134.
- "Changing Views of Sofia Kovalevskaia" and "Sofia Kovalevskaia - A Biographical Sketch," The Legacy of Sonya Kovalevskaya (Contemporary Mathematics, Vol. 64), ed. by Linda Keen (Providence: American Mathematical Society, 1987), pp. 53-76; 3-16.
- "A Historian Looks at Gender and Science," International Journal of Science Education, 9, No. 3 (1987), pp. 399-407. (An extended abstract of this paper is published in the Association for Women in Mathematics Newsletter, 16, No. 4 (July/August 1986), p. 10).
- "Science, Women and the Russian Intelligentsia - The Generation of the 1860s," Isis, 79 (June 1988), pp. 208-226. This article was awarded the 1990 History of Women in Science Prize by the History of Science Society.
- "Novye materialy o S. V. Kovalevskoi" (New materials on S. V. Kovalevskaia), Istoriko-matematicheskie issledovaniia, XXXII-XXXIII (Moscow: Nauka, 1990), pp. 408-417.
- "Women's Opportunities to Study the Sciences Abroad: A Comparison of Cuba and Nicaragua," The Role of Women in the Development of Science and Technology in the Third World, ed. A. M. Faruqui, M. H. A. Hassan, G. Sandri (Singapore and London: World Scientific Publishers, 1991), pp. 721-723.
- "Sofia Kovalevskaia: una matematica rusa," Ciencias (Mexico), No. 26 (April 1992), pp. 3-10.
- Series editor's preface for Fay Ajzenberg-Selove, A Matter of Choices: Memoirs of a Female Physicist (New Brunswick: Rutgers University Press, 1994), pp. vii-viii.
- (with M. Fellows and N. Koblitz) "Cultural Aspects of Mathematics Education Reform," Notices of the American Mathematical Society, 41, No. 1 (January 1994), pp. 5-9.
- "Perspectivas historicas e interculturales sobre las mujeres en las Matematicas," in Yamila Azize Vargas & Evelyn Otero, eds. Mujer y Ciencia: Investigacion y Curriculo (Cayey, Puerto Rico: Promujer, 1994), pp. 23-32.
- "From Carthage to Vietnam: The Diversity of Women's Experiences in Mathematics," Didaktik [Journal of the Austrian Mathematical Society], 25 (July 1994), pp. 108-142.
- "Women in Mathematics - An Assessment," in The World's Women 1995: Trends and Statistics (New York: United Nations, 1995), p. 97.
- "Feminist Perspectives on Gender and Mathematics" (Panel), in Gender and Mathematics Education, Barbro Grevholm and Gila Hanna, eds. (Lund, Sweden: Lund University Press, 1995), pp. 383-385.
- "Women Under Perestroika and Doi Moi: A Comparison of Marketization in Russia and Vietnam," Canadian Woman Studies, 16, No. 1 (Winter 1995), pp. 54-59.
- "Challenges in Interpreting Data," in Sandra Harding and Elizabeth McGregor, eds., The Gender Dimension of Science and Technology. Paris: UNESCO, 1995, pp. 27-28. (Also published in the World Science Report, Paris: UNESCO, 1996, pp. 327-328.)
- "Mathematics and Gender: Some Cross-Cultural Observations," in Gila Hanna, ed., Towards Gender Equity in Mathematics Education (Dordrecht: Kluwer Acad. Pub., 1996), pp. 93-109.
- Essay Review of Women in Mathematics: The Addition of Difference, Notices of the American Mathematical Society, 45 (May 1998), pp. 606-609.
- "Una mujer singular," in Patricia Saavedra, ed., Vida y obra matematica de Sofia Kovalevskaia (Ciencia y Matematica Contemporaneas, vol. 4). Barcelona/Mexico City: Anthropos, 2001, pp. 1-13.
- "Sofia Vasil’evna Kovalevskaia," to appear in Russian Literature in the Age of Realism, edited by Alyssa W. Dinega (a volume of the Dictionary of Literary Biography).
SELECTED OTHER PROFESSIONAL PUBLICATIONS
- "A Few Words on Sofia Kovalevskaia," Association for Women in Mathematics Newsletter, 13, No. 2 (March/April 1983), pp. 12-14.
- "A Visit to Hanoi: Women in Mathematics in Vietnam," Association for Women in Mathematics Newsletter, 13, No. 6 (November/December 1983), pp. 18-21.
- "Sofia Kovalevskaia: `Muse of the Heavens'," New Scientist, No. 1397 (16 February 1984), pp. 43-44.
- "The First Generation of Russian Women Scientists," Proceedings of the International Conference on the Role of Women in the History of Science, Technology and Medicine in the 19th and 20th Centuries (Budapest: MTESZ, 1983), I, pp. 99-103. A longer version of this paper appears in Spanish in the Union de Universidades de America Latina review Universidades, No. 98 (October-December 1984), pp. 175-183.
- Report on "The Role of Women in the History of Science, Technology and Medicine in the 19th and 20th Centuries. Veszprem, Hungary, 15-19 August 1983," Isis, 75, No. 277 (June 1984), pp. 361-363.
- "Mathematics and the External World: An Interview with Prof. A. T. Fomenko," The Mathematical Intelligencer, 8, No. 2 (1986), pp. 8-17, 25 (with Neal Koblitz).
- "A Reply to Mr. Chowdhury," The Mathematical Intelligencer, 8, No. 4 (1986), pp. 71-72.
- " `Radical Feminist Analysis' and GASAT: Some Possible Conflicts?," Contributions to the Fourth GASAT Conference, ed. by Jane Zimmer Daniels and Jane Butler Kahle (Ann Arbor: GASAT, 1987), vol. I, pp. 267-274.
- "Women in Science, Technology, and Medicine- An Overview of Issues and Research Topics," Proceedings of the Central American Conference on Women in Science, Technology, and Medicine (Seattle: Kovalevskaia Fund, 1988), pp. 75-77.
- "Reply to Caroline Series and Maria Losada," Association for Women in Mathematics Newsletter, 19, No. 6 (November/December 1989), pp. 13-14.
- "Introduccion" and "Perspectivas historicas e interculturales sobre el control de la fertilidad," both in Memoria de Labores del Pre-Congreso de la Asociacion de Mujeres Medicos Salvadorenas sobre el Aborto: Su Impacto Medico y Social a Nivel Centroamericano, William Boyle, Ann Hibner Koblitz, and Neal Koblitz, eds. (Seattle: Kovalevskaia Fund, 1994), pp. 1-4 and 5-14.
- "Cross-National Comparisons of Women in Mathematics Education," TWOWS International Conference: Women's Vision of Science & Technology for Development (Trieste, Italy: TWOWS, 1995), pp. 241-242.
- "Intervening Earlier in the Pipeline: Future Directions for Projects in Math & Science Education for Women," and "Activities of the Kovalevskaia Fund," Proceedings of the Third World Organization for Women in Science Conference (Cape Town, South Africa: TWOWS, 2000), pp. 141-144.
- (with Neal Koblitz), "The Kovalevskaia Fund," The Mathematical Intelligencer, 22, No. 2 (2000), pp. 62-65.
- "Was Neurosine Prescott’s Prozac in the Early 20th Century?" Days Past (feature column of the Sharlot Hall Museum), The Sunday Courier [Yavapai County, Arizona], October 13, 2002.
Over sixty-five book reviews have appeared in American Journal of Physical Anthropology, American Mathematical Monthly, Association for Women in Mathematics Newsletter, Bulletin of the History of Medicine, Choice, Environmental Review, Isis, Kovalevskaia Fund Newsletter, The London Times Higher Education Supplement, The Mathematical Intelligencer, Notices of the American Mathematical Society, Phoebe, Russian History, Russian Review, Science, Slavic and East European Journal, Slavic Review.
INVITED LECTURES, KEYNOTE ADDRESSES, SEMINARS, AND COLLOQUIA
- Mathematics Society of Hanoi, April 1983, December 1992
- Talk jointly sponsored by the Department of Mathematics and the Women's Centenary Commission, McGill University, November 1984
- Kenneth O. May Lecture on the History of Mathematics, Institute for the History and Philosophy of Science and Technology, University of Toronto, January 1985
- Hanoi Pedagogical University, April 1985 and January 1989
- Institute of the History of Science and Technology of the Academy of Sciences of the USSR, Moscow, May 1985 and June 1986
- Lecture, Institute for Mathematical Sciences, Madras, February 1989
- Keynote speaker, "La Mujer y las Ciencias," Universidad Nacional Autonoma de Mexico, Mexico City, February 1991
- Keynote speaker, Annual Meeting of the Canadian History of Mathematics Society, Kingston, Ontario, May 1991
- Invited Lecturer for the inauguration of the Kovalevskaia Visiting Chair in Applied Mathematics, Kaiserslautern University, Germany, February 1992
- Lecture, Simone de Beauvoir Institute, Concordia University, Canada, March 1992
- Lecture, Mathematical Society of Peru, Lima, June 1992
- Mathematics Department Lecture, University of Puerto Rico-Rio Piedras; and Biology Department Lecture, University of Puerto Rico- Cayey, May 1993
- Mathematics Department Seminar, University of Zimbabwe, September 1993
- Women and Development Program Seminar, University of Botswana, September 1993
- Plenary Address, Osterreiche Mathematische Gesellschaft, Linz, Austria, September 1993
- Plenary Panelist, "Feminist Perspectives on Math Education," International Congress of Mathematical Instruction forum on "Gender and Mathematics," Hoor, Sweden, October 1993
- Volterra Lecture in the History of Mathematics, Brandeis University, March 1994
- Keynote Address at the Sixth Congress of the Salvadoran Women Doctors' Association (Pre-Congreso: "El Aborto: Su Impacto Medico y Social a Nivel Centroamericano"), June 1994
- Keynote address at the Seventh Congress of the Salvadoran Women Doctors' Association (Pre-Congreso: "Perspectivas Interculturales sobre la Educacion Sexual"), June 1996
- Graduate History Colloquium, University of the Western Cape, South Africa, April 1997
- Science Faculty Talk, University of Malawi, April 1997
- Talk jointly sponsored by Mathematical Sciences and Women's Studies, University of Waterloo, Canada, November 1997
- Invited speaker, Mexican Mathematical Society Meeting, Hermosillo, October 1998
- Two talks (in Spanish) at the Mathematics Department, University of Talca, Chile, December 1998
- Plenary session panel participant, "The Role of International Organizations," Third World Organization for Women in Science, Cape Town, South Africa, February 1999
- Invited speaker, Tercer Coloquio de la Computacion y la Criptografia, Mexico City, July 1999
- Two talks at the Mathematics Institute of the Cuban Academy of Sciences, Havana, June 2001 (jointly sponsored by Mathematics and Women’s Studies)
- Keynote speaker, "Gender and Mathematics" international conference, Essen Institute for Gender Research, November 2001
- Gender and Development Graduate Seminar, Universidad Catolica, Lima, Peru, May 2002
- History of Science Seminar at the University of Washington, April 1984
- Invited Lecture, Association for Women in Mathematics (Boston area chapter), November 1984
- Biography Seminar, The Institute for Advanced Study, November 1984
- Lecture jointly sponsored by the History of Science, Slavic Languages & Literature, and Russian Studies Departments and the Women's Center of Princeton University, February 1985
- School of Social Science Seminar, The Institute for Advanced Study, February 1985
- Invited Lecture, Kovalevskaia Symposium, jointly sponsored by the Association for Women in Mathematics, the National Science Foundation, and the Bunting Institute, Cambridge Mass., October 1985
- History of Mathematics Lecture Series, Connecticut College, October 1985
- Psychology Department Colloquium, Reed College, December 1985
- Mellon Guest Lecture, Haverford College, November 1986
- Invited Lecture, Joint session of the Mathematics and History and Philosophy of Science sections of the New York Academy of Sciences, December 1986
- History of Science Colloquium, University of Pennsylvania, March 1987
- Invited Lecture, Boston chapter of the Association of Women in Science, March 1987
- Seminar, Harvard University Russian Research Center, March 1987
- Scientia Institute Lecture, Rice University, April 1987
- Forum for Independent Research in Science and Technology, jointly sponsored by Harvard University and the History of Science Society, December 1987
- Mathematics Department Colloquium, Whitman College, March 1988
- Mathematics Department Colloquium, Purdue University, October 1988
- Mathematics Colloquium, Pacific Lutheran University, February 1989
- Slavic Languages/History Colloquium, University of Arizona, March 1989
- Mathematics Colloquium, Lewis and Clark College, May 1989
- Women and Culture Series speaker, Middlebury College, September 1989
- Lecture jointly sponsored by Mathematics, History of Science, and Women's Studies at the University of Maryland, April 1990
- History of Science Department Colloquium, Cornell University, October 1991
- History of Science Program Colloquium, University of Minnesota, May 1992
- Talk jointly sponsored by Women's Studies and the Physics Department, U.C.L.A., January 1995
- Keynote address, Columbia History of Science Group, February 1995
- Talk jointly sponsored by Mathematics and History Departments, Oberlin College, April 1996
- History of Science Colloquium, U.C.L.A., May 1999
- Women and Science Colloquium, University of Texas at Austin, November 1999
- Featured Address, Hartwick College, January 2001
- Mathematics Department Lecture, Howard University, March 2001
- Mathematics/ Women’s Studies Lecture, University of Wyoming, October 2002
- Graduate Colloquium at the University of Washington Mathematics Department, January 1983
- Mathematics Department Lecture, Wellesley College, November 1986
- Mathematics and History Colloquia, Oregon State University, April 1989
- Mathematics Department Lecture, Hartwick College, February 1990
- Hartwick College Faculty Lecture Series, March 1995
- Mathematics Department Lecture, State University of New York at Oneonta, March 1995
- Featured January Term Address, "Fertility Control Across Cultures," Hartwick College, January 1998
- Mathematics Department Colloquium, ASU-Main, October 1999
- History of Science Lecture, ASU-West, March 2000
- Women’s History Month Lecture, ASU-Downtown, March 2001
- Guest Lecture, Women in French Civilization, April 2001
- Russian & East European Studies Consortium Lecture, April 2001
- "Russian Women Scientists," International Conference on the Role of Women in the History of Science, Technology and Medicine in the 19th and 20th Centuries, Veszprem, Hungary, August 1983
- "Russian Women of the Sixties," International Congress of the History of Science, Berkeley, August 1985
- "Women’s Opportunities to Study the Sciences Abroad," Conference on "Women's Role in Science and Technology in Developing Countries," Trieste, October 1988
- International Studies Association sessions on Women in Privatization Processes in Eastern Europe, Atlanta, April 1992; Acapulco, March 1993 (variants of women in marketization in Russia and Vietnam)
- "Cross-national Comparisons of Women in Math Education," Third World Organization for Women in Science Conference on "Women's Vision of Science and Technology for Development," Cairo, January 1993
- "Women in Science in the `Third World’," International Congress of the History of Science, Zaragoza, Spain, August 1993
- "Intervening Earlier in the Pipeline," session talk for the second congress of the Third World Organization for Women in Science, Cape Town, February 1999
- Invited Commentator for session on "American Women in Mathematics" at the History of Science Society Annual Meeting, December 1984
- "A Historian Looks at Gender and Science," History of Science Society Annual Meeting, Bloomington, November 1985
- "Sofia Kovalevskaia," Conference on biography and autobiography at the Stanford University Center for Research on Women, April 1986
- "Gender and Science Theories," Joint meeting of the Columbia and West Coast History of Science Societies, Friday Harbor, May 1986
- "Career and Home Life for Sofia Kovalevskaia," History of Science Society Annual Meeting, Pittsburgh, October 1986
- Symposium on Women in Science at the Annual Meeting of the American Association for the Advancement of Science, Chicago, February 1987
- Paper on gender and science theory, and workshop on the Kovalevskaia Fund for GASAT-4, Ann Arbor, July 1987
- "Science, Women, and the Ideas of the 1860s," Western Association of Women Historians Annual Meeting, Pasadena, May 1988
- Columbia History of Science Group Annual Meeting, Friday Harbor, May 1988, April 1991, February 1993 (various aspects of Russian women scientists of the 1860s)
- "Gender and Science in the Russian Context," Conference on "Women in the History of the Russian Empire," Akron and Kent, Ohio, August 1988
- "Autobiography as Mask- The Case of Sofia Kovalevskaia," American Association for the Advancement of Slavic Studies Annual Meeting, Honolulu, November 1988
- "Lobster Quadrilles, Or the Intricacies of Sexual Arrangements Among the Shestidesiatnitsy," Conference on "Images of Sexuality in the Russian Empire," Amherst, September 1989
- "Mentors, Lovers, and Task Masters," in session "Gender and Academic Patronage," Annual History of Science Society Meeting, Seattle, October 1990
- "Lifestyle Experimentation Among the Shestidesiatnitsy," Pacific Coast Branch of the American Historical Association, Corvallis, August 1992
- "Marketization in Ideology and Practice," New York State Historians Association, September 1992
- "Privatization Processes and Women’s Lives," American Association for the Advancement of Slavic Studies Annual Meeting, Honolulu, November 1993
- "Doi Moi and Perestroika in Women’s Lives," Sixth Conference of the Northwest Regional Consortium for Southeast Asian Studies, Seattle, November 1994
- New England Historical Association Meeting, session on women in Eastern Europe, April 1995
- "Spreading the Gospel of Science," American Association for the Advancement of Slavic Studies Annual Meeting, Washington, DC, October 1995
- Chair and comment on panel "Gender Theory and Images of Science," History of Science Society Meeting, San Diego, November 1997 (session organizer)
- "Writing the Lives of Russian Women in Science," for session "Writing the Lives of Women in Science," History of Science Society Meeting, Kansas City, October 1998 (session organizer)
- "Transnational Studies of Gender and Science—Toward a Broader Perspective," for session "Gender and Science: Transnational and Cross-Cultural Perspectives," History of Science Society Meeting, Pittsburgh, November 1999
- "The Interplay of Gender, Class and Science in Less-Studied Parts of the World," in conference "Writing the Past, Claiming the Future: Women and Gender in Science, Medicine, and Technology," St. Louis, October 2000.
- "Women in Mathematics Across Cultures: Questions, Observations and Conjectures," Columbia History of Science Group Annual Meeting, Friday Harbor, March 2001.
- "The Dead Woman on the Table: Forensic Pathology and Criminal Abortion, 1860-1930," Columbia History of Science Group Annual Meeting, Friday Harbor, March 2002.
SELECTED PUBLIC LECTURES, PEDAGOGICAL WORK, AND OUTREACH
- Public Lecture for teachers, Mathematical Society of Peru, Lima, June 1992
- Asociacion de Mujeres Universitarias, Universidad Nacional San Antonio Abad, Cuzco, Peru, March 1993
- Gender and Education workshop for primary schoolteachers (in Spanish), INFORP, El Salvador, November 1998
- Gender, Science, and Technology workshop for volunteers and case workers (in Spanish), Centro Ecumenico Diego Medellin, Santiago, Chile, December 1998
In addition, I have given over fifty radio, television, newspaper, and journal interviews to the media in Cambodia, Costa Rica, El Salvador, Germany, Hungary, Mexico, Nicaragua, Peru, South Africa, Thailand, and Vietnam on topics such as women in science and mathematics across cultures, human rights in Central America, the history of women in mathematics, gender and science in the "third world," the activities of the Kovalevskaia Fund, cross-cultural perspectives on sex education.
I have also given over thirty-five workshops and demonstration classes on innovative techniques for (gender- and culture-sensitive) mathematics instruction at the middle school level (grades 6-9) for teachers, student-teachers, and students in Belize, Chile, El Salvador, Malawi, Mexico, Peru, Puerto Rico, South Africa, Vietnam, and Zimbabwe (normally but not always with Mike Fellows and/or Neal Koblitz).
- Evening Speaker, Mathematical Association of America (MAA) Meeting, Philadelphia, November 1985
- Luncheon Speaker, MAA/Soc. Indust. Appl. Math. Meeting, Santa Barbara, March 1986
- Science for the People panel, M.I.T., February 1987
- Boston chapter of the Association of Women in Science, March 1987
- Luncheon Speaker, Kovalevskaia High School Day, Simmons College, April 1987
- Lecture, Association for Women in Mathematics (New Jersey chapter), Newark, April 1987
- Sigma Xi Lecturer, Hanscom Air Force Geophysics Laboratory, April 1987
- Workshop on Cultural Aspects of Mathematics Education (joint with Neal Koblitz), Lewis Clark State College (Idaho), October 1994
- Talk at Summer Institute for the Mathematical Sciences Program for Undergraduate Women, Berkeley, June 1997
- Workshop "Beyond the Classroom: The Role of Faculty in Engaging Students" (joint with Linda Sullivan), American Association for Higher Education Conference on Faculty Roles and Rewards, January 2002
In addition, I have twice appeared on the radio show "Math Medley," and been interviewed in USA Today, The Seattle Times, and local newspapers and radio in upstate New York as well as ASU’s State Press.
- Writing Workshops (4) and Internship Orientation for the Minorities in Science and Engineering Program of the University of Washington, July 1998, July 1999
- Talk for Women in Engineering Scholars Program, Arizona State University, February 1999
- Diversity Training Workshop discussion facilitator for ASU Teaching Assistants Training, August 1999, August 2000
Normally, I give between 4 and 10 guest lectures a year in classes at ASU, the University of Washington, and wherever I happen to be giving an invited talk. Most often, the classes are in Women’s Studies or Mathematics (History of Mathematics, Gender and Mathematics, and Mathematics Pedagogy courses), but I have also presented in Physics, Biology, History of Science, and International Development classes.
- Lecturer and workshop discussion leader, West Valley School (Maricopa County) Opening Retreat for Teachers, September 1999
- Presenter, Saguaro High School Career Days, October 2000 and October 2002
- Lecturer and workshop facilitator, Mesa Public Schools In-Service Training, November 2000
Normally, I give five to ten presentations a year for church groups, schools, and community organizations such as the Audubon Society, Amnesty International, the Humanist Society, the YWCA, Sister City Programs.
CONFERENCE ORGANIZER, FOREIGN ORGANIZER, OR PROGRAM CHAIR
- Southeast Asian Seminar on Women and Science in Developing Countries, Hanoi, January 1987; also delivered opening and closing remarks
- Central American Conference on Women in Science, Technology, and Medicine, Managua, August 1987; also delivered opening remarks and plenary address
- Second Central American Conference on Women in Science and Technology, San Jose, Costa Rica, June 1988; also gave opening remarks and plenary address
- Seminario "Mujer y Ciencia" at Universidad Nacional Autonoma de Nicaragua, Managua, June 1988; also gave plenary address
- Seminar on "Women and the Professions," University of El Salvador, June 1989; also gave plenary address
- "Mujer y Ciencia," Universidad de El Salvador, San Salvador, June 1991, June 1992, June 1993, May 1997, June 1998, May 1999; also gave opening and closing remarks
- Third, Fourth, and Fifth Annual "Mujer y Ciencia" seminars, Lima, June 1995, June 1996, and May 1997; also coordinated workshops (in Spanish) on gender and science issues
- Program Chair, Columbia History of Science Group Annual Meeting, May 1990
- Consultant for the United Nations Statistical Division and UNIFEM, to prepare data sets and a section on "women in science and technology" for volume two of World's Women, September-November 1993 and Summer 1994
- Consultant for the Vietnam Women’s Museum and the Vietnam Women’s Union, to redo their English-language brochures, captions, and exhibit inscriptions, January 1999 and December 2000
- Consultant to the Gender Research Institute, University of Essen, to plan an international conference on women in mathematics in Germany, October 2000
- Consultant to 1990 National History Day Committee
- Editor, Rutgers University Press "Lives of Women in Science" series, 1991 –1995
- Consultant to the American Association for the Advancement of Science Directorate for Education and Human Resources, 2001-2003; prize selection committee for AAAS mentorship awards
American Historical Association; History of Science Society; Association for Women in Mathematics; Association of Women in Science; American Association for the Advancement of Slavic Studies; Columbia History of Science Group; National Women's Studies Association; Western Association of Women Historians; Phi Alpha Theta(national history honor society); Kappa Mu Epsilon (national math honor society)
BOARD MEMBERSHIPS AND PROFESSIONAL SERVICE:
- Member of the Commission on the History of Women in Science, Technology and Medicine of the International Union of the History and Philosophy of Science, 1984 – present
- Organizer and Chair of Session on "The History of Women Scientists in the Third World and Developing Countries," International Congress on the History of Science, Hamburg, August 1989
- Co-founder and Director, the Kovalevskaia Fund for Women in Science in Developing Countries, 1985 to present
- Member of the Executive Board of the U.S. Committee for Scientific Cooperation with Vietnam and Chair of the Women in Science/ History of Science subcommittee, 1985 to present
- Co-chair of the Women’s Committee of the History of Science Society, January 1986 – December 1987
- Member of the Committee on Research of the History of Science Society, January 1986 – December 1987
- President, Columbia History of Science Group, 1991
- Member of the American Mathematical Society Subcommittee on Problems of Access to Mathematical Information (a subcommittee of the AMS Committee on Publications), 1994-1996
- Member (elected) of the Board of Directors of the Association for Women in Slavic Studies, 1996- 1998, Member of the AWSS Graduate Essay Prize Committee, and Chair of the AWSS Professional Issues Committee (developed a pamphlet of resources for entry-level Slavicists)
- Panel organizer and chair, "Life Cycle of the Professional Slavicist," and chair for panel "Images of Men," American Association for the Advancement of Slavic Studies Meeting, Boca Raton, September 1998
- Member (board-appointed) of the Committee on Opportunities in Science (COOS) of the American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS); COOS advises the AAAS Directorate for Education and Human Resources, 2001-2003
- AAAS Mentor and Life Mentor Awards Judging Panel, 2001, 2002
In addition, I have refereed eight book manuscripts for Indiana, MIT, and Rutgers University Presses; numerous grant proposals for the National Science Foundation and other federal funding agencies; and many article manuscripts for Isis, Historia Mathematica, and The Mathematical Intelligencer.
Selected Institutional Service at Hartwick College (1989-1998):
- Committee on Interdisciplinary and Non-Departmental Programs, 1989-1993
- Committee on Off-Campus Programs, 1993-1998
- Search Committee for the Dean of Off-Campus Programs, Spring 1992
- Five History Department Search Committees, 1992-1998
- January Term Program Coordinator, "The Global Village," January 1993
- January Term Program Committee, "Gender in the Arts and Sciences," January 1998
- Director of Women’s Studies, 1997-1998
- Program Review Coordinator, Women’s Studies, 1997-1998; authored the review document
- Institutional Representative for ASU Russian Consortium at the Institutional Members’ Meeting, American Association for the Advancement of Slavic Studies Annual Meeting, September 1998
- Search Committee for "Gender, Race, and Class" position, Women’s Studies Program, Fall 1998
- Personnel Advisory Committee, Women’s Studies Program, 1998-2000
- Curriculum Committee, Women’s Studies Program, 1998-2000
- Commission on the Status of Women, 1998-2000
- Section discussion leader, founding meeting for a graduate women’s organization, November 1998
- Member of the Executive Board of the ASU Faculty Women’s Association, 1999-2003; chair of Prizes Committee, 2001
- Chair of Director Search Committee for Women’s Studies, 1999-2000
- Women’s Studies Academic Advisor, 2000-2001
- Women’s Studies Promotion & Tenure Committee (Chair), 2001-2002
- University Honors Council, 2001-2003