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February 14, 2023

Category Theory Outreach Panel

Posted by John Baez

They just don’t quit! Besides their Joy of Abstraction book club, the Topos Institute also has another way for you to start learning category theory. It’s called the CT Outreach Panel, and it’s happening on March 16, 2023 at 17:00 UTC.

Some of the best explainers of category theory in the world—Emily Riehl, Eugenia Cheng, Tai-Danae Bradley, Paul Dancstep and Oliver Lugg—will explain their approaches to the subject and answer questions.

You can submit questions here:

For more details, read on….

Posted at February 14, 2023 5:17 PM UTC

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