All abstracts of the given presentations are at least in two
languages and are listed below in alphabetic order of first author's name.

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Alangui, W. *Mutual
interrogation as an ethnomathematical approach. *Open presentation:

Amit, M. *Values,
tradition, and daily practice in math class: the cultural clash between new
immigrant teachers from the FSU and Israeli teachers. *Open presentation: * *

Barton, B.,
Reilly, Y. & Lichtenberk, F. *Language and topology: notes from the field. *Open paper:

Begg, A. *Ethno-mathematics, ethno-knowledge, and
ethno-education. *Open presentation: Open paper:

Domite, M. C.
*The connections between ethnomathematics
and teacher education. *Open presentation:

Fantinato, M. C. & De Vergas, S. M. *Rural past marks
in migrant young and adults mathematical knowledge. *Open presentation: Open paper:

Fantinato, M.
C. Vianna, M. A. *Teaching
mathematics to young and adults: ethnomathematics and teachers continuous
education in Rio de Janeiro. *Open presentation: Open paper:

Gillies, R. *Nursing mathematics: what skills do nursing students bring to drug
calculations? *Open presentation:

Higginson, W.
*Beauty, the human, and mathematics: elements of a case for Homo Maestheticus. *Open presentation:

Hirsch-Dubin,
F. *Evolution of a dream: the emergence of Mayan ethnomathematics and
indigenous ways of knowing at a Mayan autonomous school in Chiapas, Mexico. *Open presentation: Open paper:

Horsthemeke, K. *Ethnomathematics and
education: some thoughts on the allegation of recent developments and current
directions. * Open paper:

Horsthemeke,
K. & Schäfer, M. *Does 'African' mathematics facilitate access to
mathematics? Towards an ongoing critical analysis of ethnomathematics in a
South African context. *Open presentation: Open paper:

Knijnik, G.,
Wanderer, F. & de Oliveira, C. J. *Articulating oral mathematics and the
use of a calculator in a peasant culture. *Open presentation:

Lipka, J.
& Adam, S. *Mathematics
in a cultural Context: salmon fishing - investigations into probability. *Open paper: * *

Meany, T.,
Trinick, T. & Fairhall, U. *The role of language in ethnomathematics. *Open presentation: Open paper:

Mosimege, M. *Mathematical
knowledge and its use in daily activities of workers at South African cultural
villages.*

Norén, E.,
ter Vehn, M., Rönnberg, I. & Rönnberg, L. *Reflecting the cultures and languages in
Swedish mathematics classrooms. *Open presentation: Open paper:

Onstad, T. *Is
the mathematics we see the mathematics they do? *Open paper:

Owens, K. *Rethinking
ethnomathematics research. *Open presentation: * *Open paper:

Poisard, C. *Studying mathematical objects in
class, the example of the Chinese abacus. *Open presentation:

Saburi, Y. *On
a possibility of creating or translating mathematics terminologies. *Open paper:

Shirley, L. *Ethnomathematics
in global education programs. *Open presentation: www.towson.edu/~shirley/global.htm Open paper:

Stathopoulou,
C. *Symmetry and gold
section: two mathematical ideas incorporated in the tradition of Xysta
(Pyrgi-Chios-Greece). *Open presentation:

Stathopoulou,
C. & Chaviaris, P. *Sociocultural
view on relationship between school failure and mathematics education: a case
study. *Open presentation: