Emily Redman

Assistant Professor, History
University of Massachusetts
CSTMS Research Unit: Office for the History of Science and Technology
Degrees PhD, History of Science (expected) :: UC Berkeley (2012)
MA, History of Science :: UC Berkeley (2008)
BA, Physics :: Drew University (2004)

Research Areas

The development of math education reform in 20th century America as compared to science education reform; the National Science Foundation and its efforts in mathematics and science education reform; rhetorical strategies used in framing debates on public understanding of science and mathematics; applications of quantitative and statistical methods.

History of the physical sciences; philosophy and pedagogy of science; development and professionalization of science journalism and its broader impact; Nineteenth-century popular and scholarly acceptance of evolution; development of biophysics.

last updated: June 13th, 2013