Information and background on

Nevertheless She Persisted:
The Daughters of Hypatia, A Mathematical Herstory

A dance concert by MoveSpeakSpin celebrating women mathematicians throughout history, and their struggles to create groundbreaking mathematics.

Assembly / performance letter to interested educators, arts presenters, and dance and math enthusiasts

Audience responses to Hypatia

Video excerpts of Hypatia

Sample two page tri-fold flyer (20 Mb,)

Sample small color flyer

2012 preview article/interview in the Good Times

Photos (by Steve DiBartolomeo)

News release and background (De Anza College, 2015)

Contact us for copy of 60 page Hypatia study guide.

Facebook page for Oct. 2015, Alys Stephens Center, Birmingham, Alabama shows

One page response form with questions for students to answer demonstrating that they attended the concert and asking for thoughtful responses.
Two page discussion question form for written response or class discussion dealing with issues related to historical discrimination in mathematics.

Web sites for the dance company:
Mathdance.org web site
MoveSpeakSpin / Dr. Schaffer and Mr. Stern Dance Ensemble web site