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Why is Durham trying to ‘decolonise’ maths?

12 April 2022

2:02 AM

12 April 2022

2:02 AM

Is maths racist? That’s the question apparently troubling the department of mathematical sciences at Durham University at the moment. As the Telegraph reports, the department has put out a new guide on ‘decolonisation’, urging maths academics to ensure their teaching is ‘more inclusive’ and not dominated by a Eurocentric view on the world.

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