“Truth Values is ... both funny and moving, and a terrific catalyst for discussion.”
— Abigail Stewart, Founder and Director of University of Michigan's NSF ADVANCE Program
Truth Values Trailer
One minute promotional piece. The Mathematics of Truth … Values!
Truth Values on Tour - Romping Through the Belly of the Beast, Part 1
The first of the series of videos documenting a tour to MIT in honor of the Institute’s 150th anniversary celebration. This part features an interview with David Vogan, Professor of Mathematics at MIT, and former President of the American Mathematical Society.
Truth Values on Tour - Romping Through the Belly of the Beast, Part 2
Interview with noted scientist Nancy Hopkins, Professor of Biology at MIT, member of the National Academy of Sciences, and a well-known champion of equality for women in math and the sciences.
Truth Values on Tour - Romping Through the Belly of the Beast, Part 3
Interview with Margaret Murray, author of Women Becoming Mathematicians.
Truth Values on Tour - Romping Through the Belly of the Beast, Part 4
Interview with MIT mathematician Gigliola Staffilani, who shares her experiences of the time when the MIT math department first became aware of the existence of Truth Values.
Truth Values on Tour - Romping Through the Belly of the Beast, Part 5
Interview with Professor Katrin Wehrheim, who shares an additional inside account of being on the math faculty at MIT amongst nervous laughter when they first found out about the existence of Truth Values.
Truth Values on Tour – USC’s Visions and Voices, Part 1
Interview with Science Writer K.C. Cole, described as the Leonardo Da Vinci of science writing. She is author of 8 non-fiction books, including The Universe and the Teacup: The Mathematics of Truth and Beauty.
Truth Values on Tour – USC’s Visions and Voices, Part 2
Interview with Sami Assaf, Assistant Professor of Mathematics, USC, who has daring comments about David Auburn’s mathematical-themed play Proof.
Truth Values on Tour - Romping Through Los Angeles
Mini documentary of an exciting tour of Truth Values to the Claremont Colleges, playing for the biggest audience at that time to date, a sold-out house of over 600 at the Garrison Theater of Scripps College Performing Arts Center.