African and Multicultural Mathematics,
Ethnomathematics,
Mathematics Education, etc.
Selected Works
In Particular by Claudia Zaslavsky
Classified List
Click here for a chronological list of items by Claudia Zaslavsky.
Index

 Arithmetic in Africa
by O.F. Raum.
London: Evans Brothers, 1938.
 Africa Counts: Number and Pattern in African Culture
by Claudia Zaslavsky.
Boston: Prindle, Weber & Schmidt, 1973.
 The original and still classic book on African cultural mathematics: number words, geometrical forms, applications of numbers, hand gestures, games, and more. Hardcover edition is out of print.
 Extended review by R.W. Wilder in Historia Mathematica, Vol. 2 (1975), pp. 207210.
 Paperback reprint:
Westport, Conn.: Lawrence Hill and Co., 1979.
Second edition:
Brooklyn, N.Y.: Lawrence Hill Books, 1990.
 Third edition:
Africa Counts: Number and Pattern in African Cultures
Chicago: Lawrence Hill Books (Chicago Review Press), 1999.
(Web ordering information from the Independent Publishers Group.)
 Afrika Számol
by Claudia Zaslavsky.
Budapest: Gondolat, 1984.
 Hungarian translation of Africa Counts.
 L'Afrique Compte! Nombres, formes et démarches dans la culture africaine
by Claudia Zaslavsky.
Marseille, France: Éditions du Choix, 1995.
 French translation of Africa Counts.
 Excerpts published online:
Ethnomathematics Digital Library,
http://www.ethnomath.org/resources/zaslavsky1999.pdf
 Count On Your Fingers African Style
by Claudia Zaslavsky. Illustrated by Jerry Pinkney.
New York: Thomas Y. Crowell, 1980.
 Some varieties of African hand and finger gestures for numbers. A book for children. National Council of Christians and Jews citation. Notable Social Studies Book (National Council for Social Studies, 1980). Outstanding Science Book (National Science Teachers Association, 1980). Honor book for the 1981 Coretta Scott King Illustrator Award of the American Library Association.
Count On Your Fingers African Style (revised edition)
by Claudia Zaslavsky. Illustrated by Wangechi Mutu.
[New York]: Black Butterfly Books (division of Writers and Readers Publishing), 1999. Distributed by Publishers Group West.
 African games of strategy: a teaching manual
by Louise Crane.
[Urbana]: African Studies Program, University of Illinois at UrbanaChampaign, 1982.
African outreach series, No. 2.
 Mancala Games
by Laurence Russ.
Reference Publishers, 1984.
 Second, slightly revised edition:
The Complete Mancala Games Book: How to Play the World's Oldest Board Games
by Larry Russ.
Marlowe and Co., 1999.
 L'Awélé: Le jeu des semailles africaines [Oware: The African Game of Seeds]
by Pascal Reysset and Francois Pingaud.
Paris: Chiron, 1993.
 Women, Art and Geometry in Southern Africa
by Paulus Gerdes.
Trenton, N.J.: Africa World Press, 1998.
 Geometry from Africa: Mathematical and Educational Explorations
by Paulus Gerdes.
Paperbound.
Washington: Mathematical Association of America, 1999.
 African Fractals: Modern Computing and Indigenous Design
by Ron Eglash.
New Brunswick, N.J.: Rutgers University Press, 1999.
 Science and an African Logic
by Helen Verran.
Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 2001.
(Web ordering information.)
 Awakening of Geometrical Thought in Early Culture
by Paulus Gerdes.
Minneapolis: MEP Publications, 2003.
ISBN 093065675X.
(Web ordering information.)
 Title also appears as Awakening of Geometric Thought in Early Culture.
 Mathematics in African History and Cultures: An Annotated Bibliography
by Paulus Gerdes and Ahmed Djebbar.
African Mathematical Union, 2004.
 A French version was (2004) to be published by the University of Lille.
 Second edition.
Lulu, 2007. Paperback and electronic.
ISBN 9781430315377.
 Marianne Schmidl (18901942): Das unvollendete Leben und Werk einer Ethnologin [Marianne Schmidl (18901942): The Unfinished Life and Work of an Ethnologist]
With the text of "Afrikanische Spiralwulstkörbe" ["African spiral bulge baskets"] by Marinna Schmidl,
by Katja Geisenhainer.
Leipziger Universitätsverlag, 2005.
ISBN 9783865830876.
 Biography of an early woman ethnologist who wrote the first known study of African cultural mathematics (see list of articles), who as a woman and a Jew was refused employment as an academic, and who as a Jew was killed by the Nazis.
 Reviewed in Ulrich Oberdiek, ed., Anthropological Abstracts: Cultural/Social Anthropology from GermanSpeaking Countries, Vol. 4, 2005, p. 34. Lit Verlag, Berlin, 2005.
 African Doctorates in Mathematics: A Catalogue
by Paulus Gerdes.
Lulu, 2007. Paperback and electronic.
ISBN 9781430318675.
(Web ordering information.)
 A catalogue of over 2000 doctoral theses by Africans in all fields of mathematics, including applied mathematics, mathematics education and history of mathematics.
 Zahl und Zählen in Afrika
by Marianne Schmidl.
Mitteilungen der Anthropologischen Gesellschaft in Wien, Vol. 45 (1915), pp. 165209.
 The first known study of African cultural mathematics. The author's doctoral dissertation on African number systems.
 Black African traditional mathematics
by Claudia Zaslavsky.
Mathematics Teacher, Vol. 63 (1970), pp. 345356.
 Mathematics of the Yoruba people and of their neighbors in southern Nigeria
by Claudia Zaslavsky.
TwoYear College Mathematics Journal, Vol. 1 (1970), pp. 7699.
 The geometry of African art. I. Bakuba art
by Donald W. Crowe.
Journal of Geometry, Vol. 1 (1971), pp. 169172.
 Applies geometric symmetry groups to artistic patterns.
 Africa in the mainstream of mathematics history
by Beatrice Lumpkin.
Pp. 100109 in:
Blacks in Science: Ancient and Modern
edited by I. Van Sertima.
New Brunswick, N.J.: Transaction, 1973.
 Reprinted with a new postscript as Chapter 5, pp. 101117, in:
Ethnomathematics: Challenging Eurocentrism in Mathematics Education
edited by Arthur B. Powell and Marilyn Frankenstein.
Albany, N.Y.: State University of New York Press, 1997.
 Concentrates on the intellectual tradition of mathematics in North Africa.
 Geometric symmetries in African art
by D[onald] W. Crowe.
Chapter 14, Part II, pp. 190196, in:
Africa Counts
by Claudia Zaslavsky.
Boston: Prindle, Weber & Schmidt, 1973.
 Generously contributed to the book by Prof. Crowe, based on his extensive collection of materials.
 See complete book data above.
 Mathematics in the study of African culture
by Claudia Zaslavsky.
Arithmetic Teacher, Vol. 20 (Nov., 1973), pp. 532535.
 The geometry of African art. II. A catalog of Benin patterns
by Donald W. Crowe.
Historia Mathematica, Vol. 2 (1975), pp. 253271.
 Applies geometric symmetry groups to artistic patterns.
 Erratum to: `The geometry of African art. I, II.'
by Donald W. Crowe.
Historia Mathematica, Vol. 2 (1975), p. 617.
 African network patterns
by Claudia Zaslavsky.
Mathematics Teaching, No. 73 (Dec., 1975), pp. 1213.
 African stone game
by Claudia Zaslavsky.
Teacher, Vol. 94 (Oct., 1976), pp. 110112.
 African numbers
by Claudia Zaslavsky.
Teacher, Vol. 94 (Nov., 1976), pp. 9196.
 African patterns
by Claudia Zaslavsky.
Mathematics Teacher, Vol. 70 (May, 1977), p. 386.
 It's OK to count on your fingers
by Claudia Zaslavsky.
Teacher, Vol. 96, No. 6 (Feb., 1979), pp. 5456.
 Excerpts reprinted in:
Education Digest (Ann Arbor, Mich.), Vol. 44, No. 8 (April, 1979), pp. 5759.
 Symmetry and other mathematical concepts in African life
by Claudia Zaslavsky.
Pp. 8295 in:
Applications in School Mathematics (1979 Yearbook)
edited by Sidney Sharron et al.
Reston, Va.: National Council of Teachers of Mathematics, 1979.
 People who live in round houses
by Claudia Zaslavsky.
The Arithmetic Teacher, Vol. 37, No. 1 (Sept., 1989), pp. 1821.
 Spanish description.
 ``Women as the first mathematicians''
by Claudia Zaslavsky.
WME Newsletter [Newletter of Women in Mathematics Education], Vol. 14, No. 1 (Fall, 1991), p. 4.
 According to the author, this article should not be taken literally! It is intended to provoke thought about the role of women in cultural development.
 Reprinted with addendum in ISGEm Newsletter [Newsletter of the International Study Group for Ethnomathematics], Vol. 7, No. 1 (Jan., 1992).
 Las Mujeres Como las Primeras Matemáticas
 Spanish translation of the reprint, in the Spanish translation of ISGEm Newsletter; at http://web.nmsu.edu/~pscott/isgems71.htm.
 Mathematics in Africa: Explicit and implicit
by C. Zaslavsky.
Part 1, Chapter 1.8, pp. 8592, in Volume 1 of:
Companion Encyclopedia of the History and Philosophy of the Mathematical Sciences
edited by I. GrattanGuinness.
London, Routledge, 1994.
 `Africa Counts' and ethnomathematics
by Claudia Zaslavsky.
For the Learning of Mathematics, Vol. 14, No. 2 (June, 1994), pp. 38.
 How Africa Counts came to be written. Also, thoughts about and experiences with introducing multiculturalism into the elementary and secondary mathematics curriculum.
 On culture, geometrical thinking and mathematics education
by Paulus Gerdes.
Chapter 11, pp. 223247, in:
Ethnomathematics: Challenging Eurocentrism in Mathematics Education
edited by Arthur B. Powell and Marilyn Frankenstein.
Albany, N.Y.: State University of New York Press, 1997.
 Describes some uses of mathematical methods in Mozambican culture.
 Marianne Schmidl (18901942)
by Katja Geisenhainer.
Zeitschrift für Ethnologie, Vol. 127 (2002), pp. 269300.
 Short biography; see the booklength biography.
 Geometry from Africa: Mathematical and Educational Explorations, by Paulus Gerdes.
Washington: Mathematical Association of America, 1999.
Review by Claudia Zaslavsky appeared in:
Humanistic Mathematics Network Journal, No. 23 (Sept., 2000), pp. 5557.
 Awakening of Geometrical Thought in Early Culture, by Paulus Gerdes.
Minneapolis: MEP Publications, 2003. ISBN 093065675X.
 Title also appears as Awakening of Geometric Thought in Early Culture.
Review by Claudia Zaslavsky appeared in:
Indilinga, African Journal of Indigenous Knowledge Systems, Vol. 2 (2003), No. 1, pp. 115116.
Review also appeared in:
History and Pedagogy of Mathematics Newsletter, No. 53 (July, 2003), pp. 910.
 Africa Counts
with Claudia Zaslavsky and Lamin Mansary.
Maths Miscellany, Cassette M000/F (1 audio cassette).
Milton Keynes, Eng.: The Open University, ca. 1990.
 Originally a programme broadcast by the BBC. Cassette also contains a second programme in the same series.

 Tic Tac Toe: and other threeinarow games from ancient Egypt to the modern computer
by Claudia Zaslavsky. Illustrated by Anthony Kramer.
New York: Thomas Y. Crowell, 1982.
 For children. Several of the games are African. Out of print.
 Board Games Round the World: A resource book for mathematical investigations
by Robbie Bell and Michael Cornelius.
Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1988.
 Includes African mancala games.
 Ethnomathematics: A Multicultural View of Mathematical Ideas
by Marcia Ascher.
Pacific Grove, Calif.: Brooks/Cole, 1991.
 Paperback reprint:
New York: Chapman and Hall/CRC, 1994.
 The Crest of the Peacock: NonEuropean Roots of Mathematics
by George Gheverghese Joseph.
I.B. Tauris, 1991.
 Paperback reprint:
London: Penguin Books, 1992.
 A small amount on Africa.
 Ethnomathematics: Challenging Eurocentrism in Mathematics Education
edited by Arthur B. Powell and Marilyn Frankenstein.
Albany, N.Y.: State University of New York Press, 1997.
 A wide variety of topics and viewpoints. Two articles on Africa are listed above.
 Mathematics Across Cultures: The History of NonWestern Mathematics
edited by Helaine Selin; advisory editor Ubiratan D'Ambrosio.
Dordrecht: Kluwer, 2000.
Contents and contributors.
(Web ordering information from Kluwer: either hardcover or paperback.)
 Two articles are specifically on Africa, by P. Gerdes and H. Verran. Several articles deal with ethnomathematics and general multicultural aspects.
 Mathematics Elsewhere: An Exploration of Ideas Across Cultures
by Marcia Ascher.
Princeton: Princeton University Press, 2002.
Contents and ordering information.
 Honorable Mention, 2003: Best Professional/Scholarly Book in Mathematics and Statistics, awarded by the Association of American Publishers.
 Basketry, Geometry, and Symmetry in Africa and the Americas
by Paulus Gerdes.
Visual Mathematics, Special EBook issue, 2004.
Go to links "Papers" and then "Special Ebook issue".
 A CD version will be available soon.
 The geometry and symmetries of designs and patterns
created by mat and basket weavers in several African and American
cultures. The type of basketry discussed is twill basketry.
 The AfroAmerican mathematical heritage
by Claudia Zaslavsky.
Outlook, Vol. 20 (Summer, 1976), pp. 38.
 The shape of a symbol/The symbolism of a shape
by Claudia Zaslavsky.
Teacher, Vol. 98 (Feb., 1981), pp. 3643.
 Networks  New York subways, a piece of string, and African traditions
by Claudia Zaslavsky.
Arithmetic Teacher, Vol. 29, No. 2 (Oct., 1981), pp. 4247.
 Reprinted in:
Activities for Junior High School and Middle School Mathematics, Vol. 2.
Compiled by Kenneth E. Easterday, F. Morgan Simpson, and Tommy Smith.
Reston, Va.: National Council of Teachers of Mathematics, 1999.
 From Howard Eves to Africa Counts to multicultural mathematics education
by Claudia Zaslavsky.
Pp. 171174 in:
In Eves' Circles (Proceedings of the Howard Eves Conference)
edited by Joby Milo Anthony.
MAA Notes, No. 34.
Washington: Mathematical Association of America, 1994.
 African networks and AfricanAmerican students
by Claudia Zaslavsky.
Pp. 157166 in:
Changing the Faces of Mathematics: Perspectives on African Americans
edited by Marilyn Strutchens, Martin Johnson, and William F. Tate.
Reston, Va.: National Council of Teachers of Mathematics, 2000.

 Multicultural Mathematics: Interdisciplinary CooperativeLearning Activities
by Claudia Zaslavsky.
Portland, Me.: J. Weston Walch, 1993.
 Activities for middle school (grades 5 and up). With teaching guide.
 Multicultural Math: HandsOn Math Activities from Around the World
by Claudia Zaslavsky.
New York: Scholastic Professional Books, 1994.
Series: Instructor Books.
 Activities for grades 36. Out of print. Click for description.
 The Multicultural Math Classroom: Bringing in the World
by Claudia Zaslavsky.
Portsmouth, N.H.: Heinemann, 1996.
 For teachers of grades 18. Click for publisher's catalog and book description; Spanish description.
 Math Games and Activities from Around the World
by Claudia Zaslavsky.
Chicago: Chicago Review Press, 1998.
(Web ordering information from the Independent Publishers Group.)
 For children ages 8 and up.
 Jogos e atividades mathemáticas do mundo inteiro
Porto Alegre, Brazil: Artmed Editora, 2000.
ISBN 8573076267.
 Portuguese translation.
 Complex Chinese edition,
Taipei, Taiwan: Yuan T. Lee Foundation, 2002.
ISBN 957035223X.
 Japanese edition,
Wani Books, 2004.
ISBN 4847015576.
 Korean edition,
Seoul, Korea: KyungMoon Publishers, 2005.
ISBN 8972828254.
 Juegos y actividades matemáticas de todo el mundo
México, D.F.: Selector, 2005.
ISBN 9706438300.
 Spanish translation (abridged).
 Zanimatel'naya Matematika
Minsk: Popurri, 2005.
ISBN 9854833798.
 Russian translation.
 Excerpts published online:
Ethnomathematics Digital Library,
http://www.ethnomath.org/resources/zaslavsky1998.pdf
 More Math Games and Activities from Around the World
by Claudia Zaslavsky.
Chicago: Chicago Review Press, 2003.
(Web ordering information from the Independent Publishers Group.)
(Telephone orders from the Independent Publishers Group: (800) 8884741.)
 For children ages 9 and up.
 Teacher education: Mathematics in other cultures
by Claudia Zaslavsky.
Historia Mathematica, Vol. 6 (May, 1979), pp. 189194.
 Mathematics education: The fraud of `Back to Basics' and the socialist counterexample
by Claudia Zaslavsky.
Science and Nature, No. 4 (1981), pp. 1527.
 As important as reading: Math education
by Claudia Zaslavsky.
Cuba Times, Vol. 2, No. 2 (Summer, 1981), pp. 1722.
 Threeinarow games
by Claudia Zaslavsky.
Instructor, Vol. 92 (April, 1983), p. 120.
 Are the Russians ahead in Math Ed?
by Claudia Zaslavsky.
New York State Mathematics Teachers' Journal, Vol. 34, No. 2 (1984), pp. 8992.
 Bringing the world into the math class
by Claudia Zaslavsky.
Curriculum Review, Vol. 24, No. 3 (Jan.Feb., 1985), pp. 6265.
 Reprinted, pp. 7678, in:
Rethinking Our Classrooms: Teaching for Equity and Justice
Milwaukee, Wisc.: Rethinking Schools, Ltd., 1994.
 Integrating mathematics with the study of cultural traditions
by Claudia Zaslavsky.
Pp. 1415 in:
Mathematics, Education, and Society
edited by Christine Keitel et al.
Proceedings of the Fifth Day Special Programme at the Sixth International Congress on Mathematical Education (ICME6), Budapest, 1988.
Paris: UNESCO, 1989.
 Talk presented at the opening session of the Fifth Day.
 Symmetry in American folk art
by Claudia Zaslavsky.
Arithmetic Teacher, Vol. 38, No. 1 (Sept., 1990), pp. 612.
 Multicultural mathematics education for the middle grades
by Claudia Zaslavsky.
Arithmetic Teacher, Vol. 38, No. 6 (Feb., 1991), pp. 813.
 World cultures in the mathematics class
by Claudia Zaslavsky.
For the Learning of Mathematics, Vol. 11, No. 2 (June, 1991), pp. 813.
 Talk at the International Conference on History in Mathematics Education, Leicester, U.K., 1990.
 Reprinted as Chapter 15, pp. 307320, in:
Ethnomathematics: Challenging Eurocentrism in Mathematics Education
edited by Arthur B. Powell and Marilyn Frankenstein.
Albany, N.Y.: State University of New York Press, 1997.
 A Multicultural Approach to Math Education
by Claudia Zaslavsky.
CONNECT, Vol. 6, No. 1 (Sept., 1992), pp. 12.
 Multicultural mathematics: One road to the goal of mathematics for all
by Claudia Zaslavsky.
Chapter 4, pp. 4555, in:
Reaching All Students with Mathematics
edited by Gibert Cuevas and Mark Driscoll.
Reston, Va.: National Council of Teachers of Mathematics, 1993.
 Revised version published 2005.
 Generalizations and teaching strategies for mathematics
by Claudia Zaslavsky.
Chapter, pp. 223248, in:
Planning and Organizing for Multicultural Instruction, 2nd edition,
by Gwendolyn C. Baker.
Menlo Park, Calif.: AddisonWesley, 1993.
 From Howard Eves to Africa Counts to multicultural mathematics education
by Claudia Zaslavsky.
Pp. 171174 in:
In Eves' Circles (Proceedings of the Howard Eves Conference)
edited by Joby Milo Anthony.
MAA Notes, No. 34.
Washington: Mathematical Association of America, 1994.
 Bringing the world into the mathematics classroom
by Claudia Zaslavsky.
Multicultural Approaches in Mathematics and Science.
ENC Focus [Eisenhower National Clearing House], Vol. 5, No. 1 (1998), pp. 57.
 Republished as:
Bringing the world into the math classroom
Eisenhower National Clearing House, online edition, September, 2004,
http://www.enc.org/features/focus/archive/mathroots2/document.shtm?input=FOC002356index
 Has expanded author info.
 Ethnomathematics and multicultural mathematics education
by Claudia Zaslavsky.
Teaching Children Mathematics, Vol. 4, No. 9 (May, 1998), pp. 502503.
 The ``In My Opinion'' column.
 Reprinted, pp. 89, in:
Reflecting on NCTM's `Principles and Standards' in Elementary and Middle School Mathematics: Readings from NCTM's SchoolBased Journals,
edited by Anne R. Teppo.
Reston, Va.: National Council of Teachers of Mathematics, 2002.
 Web ordering information.
 The Inka quipu: Positional notation on a knotted cord
by Claudia Zaslavsky with Bianka Crespo.
Mathematics Teaching in the Middle School, Vol. 6, No. 3 (Nov., 2000), pp. 164166, 180184.
 Developing number sense: What can other cultures tell us?
Teaching Children Mathematics, Vol. 7, No. 6 (Feb., 2001), 312219.
 African customs as applied to the mathematics clasroom
by Claudia Zaslavsky.
Pp. 1617 in:
Encyclopedia of Mathematics Education.
Edited by Louise S. Grinstein and Sally I. Lipsey.
New York and London: RoutledgeFalmer, 2001.
 Native American games and activities
by Claudia Zaslavsky.
Chapter 13, pp. 151155, in:
Changing the Faces of Mathematics: Perspectives on Indigenous People of North America.
Edited by Judith Elaine Hankes and Gerald R. Fast.
Reston, VA: National Council of Teachers of Mathematics, 2002.
 Yup'ik border patterns in the curriculum
by Esther A. Ilutsik and Claudia Zaslavsky.
Chapter 25, pp. 277283, in:
Changing the Faces of Mathematics: Perspectives on Indigenous People of North America.
Edited by Judith Elaine Hankes and Gerald R. Fast.
Reston, VA: National Council of Teachers of Mathematics, 2002.
 Exploring world cultures in math class
by Claudia Zaslavsky.
Educational Leadership, Vol. 60, No. 2 (Oct., 2002), pp. 6669.
 ``When math curriculums incorporate the study of world cultures, students learn to appreciate cultural differences and critically examine their own society.''
 Magic squares
by Claudia Zaslavsky.
Connect, Vol. 17, No. 2 (Nov./Dec., 2003), pp. 1013.
 The influence of ancient Egypt on Greek and other numeration systems
by Claudia Zaslavsky.
Mathematics Teaching in the Middle School, Vol. 9, No. 3 (Nov., 2003), pp. 174178.
 Multicultural math: One road to the goal
of mathematics for all
by Claudia Zaslavsky.
Chapter 14, pp. 124129 in:
Rethinking Mathematics: Teaching Social Justice by the Numbers,
edited by Eric Gutstein and Bob Peterson.
Milwaukee: Rethinking Schools, 2005.
 Revised version of "Multicultural mathematics: One road to the goal of mathematics for all" (1993).
 Socialist Mathematics Education by Frank J. Swetz.
Burgundy Press, 1978.
Review by Claudia Zaslavsky appeared in:
Science and Society, Vol. 44, No. 2 (Summer, 1980), pp. 244247.
 Symmetries of Culture: Theory and Practice of Plane Pattern Analysis, by Dorothy K. Washburn and Donald W. Crowe.
Seattle: University of Washington Press, 1988.
Review by Claudia Zaslavsky appeared in:
AWM Newletter, Vol. 20, No. 1 (Jan.Feb., 1990), pp. 911.
 Building bridges to mathematics: Cultural connections
by Gloria Gilmer, S. SoniatThompson, and Claudia Zaslavsky.
Menlo Park, Calif.: AddisonWesley, 1992.
 Activity cards for grades K8.

 Fear of Math: How to Get Over It and Get On with Your Life
by Claudia Zaslavsky.
New Brunswick, N.J.: Rutgers University Press, 1994.
 For adults. Many anecdotes drawn both from personal contacts and a survey of people with diverse backgrounds and experiences and various ethnicities and colors. Examples of the use and misuse of math in everyday life. And more.
 What is math for?
by Claudia Zaslavsky.
Urban Review, Vol. 8 (Fall, 1975), pp. 232240.
 Raises many of the questions that are under discussion today, such as equity in mathematics education, curriculum that is relevant to the students, and the role of ``New Math'' in both the United States and developing countries (e.g., Nigeria).
 Mathematics education: The fraud of `Back to Basics' and the socialist counterexample
by Claudia Zaslavsky.
Science and Nature, No. 4 (1981), pp. 1527.
 Effects of race and class on mathematics education in the United States
by Claudia Zaslavsky.
Pp. 256263 in:
Political Dimensions of Mathematics Education: Action and Critique
edited by Richard Noss et al.
Proceedings of the First International Conference, London, 1990.
London (?): University of London, 1990.
 Who invented COBOL?
by Claudia Zaslavsky.
AWM Newsletter [Association for Women in Mathematics], Vol. 19, No. 1 (Jan.Feb., 1989), pp. 35.
 Reprinted in
WME Newsletter [Women in Mathematics Education], Vol. 14, No. 2 (Winter, 1992), pp. 2, 89.
 Will technology come first in mathematics education?
by Claudia Zaslavsky.
Pp. 315318 in:
The Mathematics Curriculum: Towards the Year 2000
edited by J. Malone, H. Burkhardt, and C. Keitel.
Perth, Western Australia: Curtin University of Technology, 1989.
 Proceedings of the panel at ICME6, Budapest, 1988.
 Claudia Zaslavsky: Author
Pp. 152155, 251252 in She Does Math! Real Life Problems from Women on the Job
edited by Marla Parker.
Washington: Mathematical Association of America, 1995.
 Integrating mathematics with community service
by Gwendolyn Clinkscales and Claudia Zaslavsky.
Chapter 15, pp. 142150, in:
Multicultural and Gender Equity in the Mathematics Classroom: The Gift of Diversity (1997 Yearbook)
edited by Janet Trentacosta and Margaret J. Kenney.
National Council of Teachers of Mathematics, 1997.
 Socialist Mathematics Education
by Frank J. Swetz.
Burgundy Press, 1978.
Review by Claudia Zaslavsky appeared in:
Science and Society, Vol. 44, No. 2 (Summer, 1980), pp. 244247.
 Essay review by Claudia Zaslavsky:
Black Mathematicians and Their Works,
edited by Virginia K. Newell et al.
Ardmore, Pa.: Dorrance, 1980.
A Negro History Compendium by Ethel M. Turner.
Cheyney, Pa.: Cheyney State College, 1971.
Review appeared in::
Historia Mathematica, Vol. 10 (1983), pp. 105115.
 A Convergence of Lives: Sofia Kovalevskaia: Scientist, Writer, Revolutionary,
by Ann Hibner Koblitz.
Boston: Birkhauser, 1983.
 Second, revised edition:
New Brunswick, N.J.: Rutgers University Press, 1993.
Review by Claudia Zaslavsky appeared in:
New York State Mathematics Teachers' Journal, Vol. 36, No. 3 (1986), p. 177.
 Women of Mathematics: A Bibliographic Sourcebook,
by Louise S. Grinstein and Paul J. Campbell.
Westport, Conn.: Greenwood Press, 1987.
Review appeared in:
New York State Mathematics Teachers' Journal, Vol. 40, No. 1 (1990), p. 59.
 Relearning Mathematics: A Different Third RRadical Math,
by Marilyn Frankenstein.
Longdon: Free Association Books, 1989.
Review appeared in:
AWM Newsletter, Vol. 20, No. 5 (Sept.Oct., 1990), pp. 1516.
 Women and Numbers: Lives of Women Mathematicians Plus Discovery Activities,
by Teri Perl.
World Wide Publishing/Tetra, 1993.
Review appeared in:
WME Newsletter [Women in Mathematics Education], Vol. 16, No. 1 (Fall, 1993), pp. 4, 11.
 Common Threads: Women, Mathematics, and Work,
by Mary Harris.
StokeonTrent, Eng.: Trentham Books, 1997.
Review appeared in:
AWM Newsletter, Vol. 28, No. 1 (Jan.Feb., 1998), pp. 1315.
 Fear of Math: How to Get Over It and Get On with Your Life
by Claudia Zaslavsky. Read by Kerry Cundiff.
Catalog code RC 43230 (2 audio cassettes).
National Library Service for the Blind and Physically Handicapped, Library of Congress, 1997.
 Free distribution through cooperating libraries to eligible borrowers.

 Preparing Young Children for Math: A Book of Games
by Claudia Zaslavsky.
New York: Schocken, 1979.
 For adults. Out of print.
 Revised paperback edition.
New York: Schocken, 1986.
 Out of print.
 Zero: Is It Something? Is It Nothing?
by Claudia Zaslavsky. Illustrated by Jeni Bassett.
New York: Franklin Watts, 1989.
 For children. Out of print.
 Number Sense and Nonsense: Building Math Creativity and Confidence Through Number Play
by Claudia Zaslavsky.
Chicago: Chicago Review Press, 2001.
ISBN: 1556523785.
(Web ordering information from the Independent Publishers Group.)
 For children ages 812.
 Math: rote vs. experience
by Claudia Zaslavsky.
Notes from the Workshop Center for Open Education (School of Education, City College of CUNY), Vol. 5 (Fall, 1976), pp. 2128.
 An early start in math
by Claudia Zaslavsky.
Teacher, Vol. 97, No. 3 (Nov.Dec., 1979), pp. 123124.
 As important as reading: Math education
by Claudia Zaslavsky.
Cuba Times, Vol. 2, No. 2 (Summer, 1981), pp. 1722.
 Mathematics anxiety
by Claudia Zaslavsky.
Pp. 451452 in:
Encyclopedia of Mathematics Education
Edited by Louise S. Grinstein and Sally I. Lipsey.
New York and London: RoutledgeFalmer, 2001.
 Measures and Men,
by Witold Kula.
Princeton, N.J.: Princeton University Press, 1986.
Review by Claudia Zaslavsky appeared in:
Science and Society, Vol. 52, No. 3 (Fall, 1988), pp. 373375.
 Mathematics Education in Secondary Schools and TwoYear Colleges: A Sourcebook,
edited by Paul J. Campbell and Louise S. Grinstein.
New York: Garland, 1988.
Review by Claudia Zaslavsky appeared in:
New York State Mathematics Teachers' Journal, Vol. 40, No. 2 (1990), p. 132.
 Mathematics and Global Survival,
by Richard H. Schwartz.
Ginn, 1989.
Review appeared in:
AWM Newsletter, Vol. 20, No. 3 (MayJune, 1990), pp. 1415.
 Where Do I Put the Decimal Point? How to Conquer Math Anxiety and Increase Your Facility with Numbers,
by Elisabeth Ruedy and Sue Nirenberg.
Henry Holt, 1990.
Review by Claudia Zaslavsky appeared in:
AWM Newsletter, Vol. 21, No. 6 (Nov.Dec., 1991), p. 10.

 Telling kan være både enkelt og komplisert (in Norwegian)
Interview with Claudia Zaslavsky,
by Stieg MellinOlsen.
Tangent, Nr. 1, 2. årgang (1991), pp. 2124.
 English version:
``Claudia Zaslawski'' [sic], pp. 103115 in:
Mathematics Education: Women's Talk
by Stieg MellinOlsen.
Landås, Norway: Caspar Forlag, 1995.
 Claudia Zaslavsky: Author
Pp. 152155, 251252 in
She Does Math! Real Life Problems from Women on the Job,
edited by Marla Parker.
Washington: Mathematical Association of America, 1995.
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