Bharath Sriraman is Professor of Mathematics in the Department of Mathematical Sciences and also on the Faculty and Advisory Board of Central/SW Asian Studies at The University of Montana, where he occasionally offers courses on Indo-Iranian studies and languages. He lives in Western Montana byway of the merchant marine; Alaska (B.S in mathematics, University of Alaska- Fairbanks) and Northern Illinois (M.S & PhD in mathematics, minor in mathematics education). He comes from a background of one interested in linguistics and comparative philosophy accidentally turning to mathematics as an easy route to academic degrees, who later “found” himself in mathematics education as a result of teaching in U.S public schools. He maintains an active interest in mathematics education, educational philosophy, history and philosophy of mathematics and science, creativity; innovation and talent development; gender studies; and political and social justice dimensions of education. He has published over 300+ journal articles, commentaries, book chapters, edited books and reviews in his areas of interest., and presented over 150+ papers at international conferences, symposia and invited colloquiua. For a full list visit http://www.math.umt.edu/sriraman/presented.html.
Bharath is more or less fluent in 7-9 languages [English, German, Farsi, Hindi, Tamil, Urdu, Kannada, basic French and Danish] and travels/holds active ties with researchers in australia, north/south america, the nordic world, central sw asia, and the mediterranean basin. He received the 2002 NAGC Outstanding Brief of the Year Award, was nominated for the 2006 and 2007 NAGC Early Career Scholar Award, was named the 2007 Outstanding Early Scholar by the School Science and Mathematics Association. In 2009, Northern Illinois University named him as one of 50 "Golden alumni" in the last 50 years for his significant contributions to research in mathematics education, gifted education and interdisciplinary research at the intersection of mathematics-science-arts. Additional information at http://www.math.umt.edu/TMME/UCalgarypresentation_TME1.pdf?id=43
Sriraman, B. (2004). The influence of Platonism on mathematics research and theological beliefs. Theology and Science, vol. 2, no.1, pp. 131-147
Sriraman.B, & Benesch, W. (2005). Consciousness and Science: An Advaita-Vedantic perspective on the Theology-Science dialogue. Theology and Science, vol.3, no.1, pp. 39–54.
Sriraman, Bharath (2010). Theories of Mathematics Education: Seeking New Frontiers. Advances in Mathematics Education. 1. Berlin, New York: Springer Science+Business Media. ISBN 978-3-642-00741-5 Reviews of the Book: http://www.math.umt.edu/tmme/TME/
Lee, K.H & Sriraman, B (2012) . Gifted girls and non-mathematical aspirations: A longitudinal case study of two gifted Korean girls. Gifted Child Quarterly, vol. 56, no.1, pp. 3-14., SAGE Publications
Goodchild, S., & Sriraman, B (2012). Revisiting the Didactic Triangle: From the particular to the general . ZDM- The International Journal on Mathematics Education, vol.44, no.5, pp.581-585.
Berg, C.V., Fuglestad, A.B., Goodchild, S., Sriraman, B. (2012). Mediated action in teachers' discussions about mathematics tasks. ZDM- The International Journal on Mathematics Education, vol.44, no.5, pp. 677-689.
Van Harpen, X.Y., & Sriraman, B (2012) . Creativity and mathematical problem posing: an analysis of high school students' mathematical problem posing in China and the USA. Educational Studies in Mathematics,Springer Science & Business Media.
Sriraman, B., & Juter, K (2013). The interfaces of innovation in mathematics and the arts. In L.V. Shavinina (Ed), The International handbook of Innovation Education, Taylor and Francis, in press.
Sriraman, Bharath & Nardi, Elena (2013) . Theories in Mathematics Education: Some developments and ways forward. In M.A. (Ken) Clements et al. (eds.), Third International Handbook of Mathematics Education, Springer International Handbooks of Education 27, DOI 10.1007/978-1-4614-4684-2_10, Springer Science & Business Media, New York.
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