Alexander Moore, a doctoral student in the Curriculum and Instruction (Mathematics Education) program in the School of Education, presented “The Big Other and Sentimentalism: A Sexual Critique of Mathematics, Its Education, and the Disavowed Fetish of Technology” at Boundaries of Philosophy: The Annual Conference of the Society for Philosophy in the Contemporary World, which took place July 9–13 in Estes Park, Colorado.

In addition, he gave a lecture series titled “Equity, Identity, and Ideology – Revisited” as part of a residency in the Department of Mathematics at the College of William and Mary from April 26–29.