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June 5, 2007

June Events

Posted by David Corfield

Anyone care to tell us what’s happening at Seca4, starting tomorrow?

Then, of course, there’s CT2007 to report on.

Posted at June 5, 2007 10:38 AM UTC

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Re: June Events

Is category theory special in being well represented by women, as suggested by the list of ‘Abstracts of short communications and posters’ at seca4? Maybe this is reflected in the younger generation across all branches.

The ‘Abstracts of plenary talks and survey talks’ are certainly male-dominated.

Small samples admittedly.

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