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  • All the King's Curiosities

    Mapping Spanish-American Texts, Recovering Indigenous Histories by Jeremy M. Mikecz, Neukom Institute Postdoctoral Fellow - May 26th @ 12noon, Haldeman 252

    Jeremy Mikecz
  • NBC Senior Reporters Brandy Zadrozny and Ben Collins

    The Wright Centers working group Fake News and Narrative: Histories, Interventions, Controversies hosts Brandy Zadrozny and Ben Collins, to discuss disinformation and conspiracy theories that have spread and divided Americans on Wednesday, May 18, 2022 @ 5pm Eastern in Oopik Auditorium, Class of 1978 Life Sciences Center. **IN PERSON EVENT ONLY*

    NBC Reporters
  • Neukom Director Announces Neukom Fellows Class of 2022

    Director Rockmore stated, "I am delighted to be able to announce next year's class of Neukom Postdoctoral Fellows, recruited out of a pool of 116 applicants. Their interest's range across the intersections of computation with literature, climate and food, and the epigenetics of violence."

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  • Dynamics of Spatial Polarization

    Neukom Fellow Olivia Chu will be discussing and answers questions on Dynamics of Spatial Polarization during the virtual event: Dynamics of Polarization - CounterBalance X sponsored by Santa Fe Institute on February 15, 2022 at 9am MST.

    Olivia Chu
  • "Dinner! Drinks! Denominators!" NewYorker.com

    "A "Talk of the Town" piece by Neukom Director Dan Rockmore celebrates a regular New York City "math dinner theater" starring Dartmouth math professor Peter Winkler, put on for New York's National Museum of Mathematics since 2019."

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  • "Prove It!" by Dan Rockmore, NY Times

    Stephen King has described writing as an act of telepathy across time and space. This is surely true of mathematical writing: I've figured out that the square root of two is irrational—and this is my proof. What follows is as close to the written transmission of one person's pure thought as any writing can be.

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