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A place of one's own in mathematics

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Building up a career in mathematics is still very tricky for women. Inspired by Virginia Woolf who claimed that having a room of one’s own is essential for women writers, we shall analyse some of the obstacles that can prevent a woman from finding a place of her own in the world of mathematics.

This talk is part of the Women of Mathematics throughout Europe series.

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