My interests include social studies of science;
history and philosophy of math and social epistemology more
generally; gender studies and politics.
Active projects
Contestation in Math: "Morally Correct" and other moves (article)
Inventing FiveEighths: How Math Is And How It Could Have Been
Otherwise (book project)
Men, Mathematics, and Men of Mathematics
The International Mathematical Olympiad: Borders and mobility
University
of Chicago Alumnae Project
P.S. I'm looking for a database coder to help me make this more wieldy.
Writings and such
The sexual politics of genius — note: juvenilia!
Not that I hate it.
Arguing from repugnance: Transfer
of intuition in mathematics and philosophy
The geometry of gender: Taxonomies in social life (being reworked—
link by request)
Talks/Lectures
Math and the Vote, MAA Distinguished Lecture Series
(October 2016)
Response to Kenny Easwaran, The social role of mathematical proofs
(Tufts STS, Sept 2016)
On the social dynamics of competition and competitiveness, Guest lecture
in Kathy Aidala's
Women and Gender in Science course (Mt Holyoke College, April 2012)
Panel discussion, Gender Identity, Sexual Orientation, and the
Culture of Mathematics, at Infinite
Possibilities Conference to support underrepresented minority women
in the mathematical sciences (UMBC, March 2012)
Knowledge is social in mathematics,
Keynote interdisciplinary lecture,
Binghamton University Graduate Conference on Algebra and Topology
[BUGCAT]
(November 2010)
Intuition in mathematics and philosophy,
Math/philosophy Interdisciplinary
lecture
for University of Chicago
Center in Paris (April 2009)
Conference of the Joint Atlantic Seminar for the History of the
Physical Sciences (University of Notre Dame, February 2005)
Graduate Student Philosophy Conference in Ethics and Epistemology
(New School University, April 2004)
Graduate Student Philosophy Conference in SocialPolitical Thought
and Value Theory
(Michigan State University, February 2004)
Association for Women in Math talks: Dartmouth, UIC, and U Chicago
Book reviews
Zoontologies,
for Foundations of Political Theory, Feb 2005
Putting Science in Its Place, for
Historical Studies in the Physical and Biological Sciences, Sep
2005,
Vol. 36, No. 1: 197–205
Leaps in the Dark, for
Historical Studies in the Physical and Biological Sciences, Mar
2005,
Vol. 35, No. 2: 371–382
Courses
History of Mathematics (Math 112 at Tufts; Math 111 at UC Davis)
2016, 2014, 2012, 2008, 2007 
this course material is currently the basis of a book project.
Math 19, Mathematics of Social Choice, Tufts, Spring 2016
WS 483, Feminist Science Studies, University of Michigan  syllabus
solicited by WS, never taught as far as I know.
GSTU 101, Problems in Gender Studies, University of Chicago
(cotaught with Elaine
Hadley),
Spring 2003
More things I like
Other people's art
113 BromfieldPearson Hall  Tufts University  Medford, MA 02155
Moon.Duchin@tufts.edu
