* The Radius of Curvature According to Christiaan Huygens*, **Jerry M. Lodder**, MathFest, Denver, Colorado, August 4

* Learning Mathematics through Historical Projects*, **Qin Yang**, MathFest, Denver, Colorado, August 4

* Implementing Primary Source Projects Using Overleaf, a Latex Platform in the Cloud*, **Kenneth M. Monks**, MathFest, Denver, Colorado, August 4

* Bridging the Sciences and the Humanities with Primary Historical Sources*, **Abe Edwards**, MathFest, Denver, Colorado, August 4

* Beyond Just Doing the Math: An Investigation of the Role of Primary Source Projects in Supporting Student Learning of the Meta-Discursive Rules of Mathematics*, **Janet Heine Barnett,
Cihan Can,
Kathleen Clark**, MathFest, Denver, Colorado, August 4

* Developing a Growth Mindset using TRIUMPHS PSPs*, **Edward Bonan-Hamada**, MathFest, Denver, Colorado, August 4

* Should We Call It the Abel-Dirichlet Theorem?*, **David Ruch,
Joshua Gonzales,
Ahern Nelson**, MathFest, Denver, Colorado, August 3

* Mathematical Communication: the Unexpected Benefit of Using PHSs*, **Matthew Cathey**, MathFest, Denver, Colorado, August 3

* Modern Algebra—A Collection of Mathematical TRIUMPHS*, **Adam Glesser**, MathFest, Denver, Colorado, August 3

* Pythagorean Triples: Connections Between Algebra and Geometry*, **Mark Koester**, MathFest, Denver, Colorado, August 2

* Instructors’ Experiences Using Primary Source Projects in Mathematics Classrooms*, **Daniel E. Otero**, MathFest, Denver, Colorado, August 2

* Transforming Instruction in Undergraduate Mathematics via Primary Historical Sources (poster presentation)*, **Nicholas Scoville,
Dominic Klyve, Jerry Lodder, Janet Barnett, Danny Otero, Kathy Clark,
Diana White**, MathFest, Denver, Colorado, August 2

* A Case Study of the Pedagogical Implementation of Primary Sources in Undergraduate Mathematics, * **Matt Mauntel & Kathy Clark**, European Summer University – 8, Oslo, Norway, July 24.

* Leonhard Euler’s Differentials: An Attempt to Restructure Teaching of the Derivative Concept, * **Cihan Can, Mehmet Atkas, Janet Barnett & Kathy Clarkk**, European Summer University – 8, Oslo, Norway, July 23.

* Old Nepali Mathematics Books in Modern Day Teaching and Learning of Mathematics, * **Deepak Baysal**, European Summer University – 8, Oslo, Norway, July 20-24.

* Engaging with Primary Sources in a Mathematics for the Liberal Arts Course, * **Marcela Chiorescu**, European Summer University – 8, Oslo, Norway, July 20-24.

* A Gaussian Tale for the Classroom: Lemniscates, Arithmetic-Geometric Means, and More*, **Janet Heine Barnett**, Canadian Society for the History and Philosophy of Mathematics, Montreal, June 4-6, 2018.

* Teaching Linear Algebra with Primary Sources*, **Mary Flagg**, Inquiry-Based Learning and Teaching in Mathematics Conference, University of Texas at Austin, May 31-June 2, 2018.

* Using Primary Source Projects to Learn Real Analysis, with Investigations from Cauchy and Abel*, **Dave Ruch**, Conference on History of Mathematics & Teaching of Mathematics, May 23-26, 2018, Miskolc, Hungary.

* The Powerfully Scintillating Pedagogy of Primary Source Projects: Reading the masters to stimulate student learning and transform your teaching. (Workshop)*, **Janet Heine Barnett**, MAA Rocky Mountain Section Meeting, Greeley CO, April 13-14, 2018.

* Using a TRIUMPHS PSP and the Growth Mindset*, **Edward Bonan-Hamada**, MAA Rocky Mountain Section Meeting, Greeley CO, April 13-14, 2018.

* Uniform and Pointwise Behavior in Cauchy’s Work*, **Dave Ruch**, MAA Rocky Mountain Section Meeting, Greeley CO, April 13-14, 2018.

* A Gaussian Tale for the Classroom: Lemniscates, Arithmetic-Geometric Means, and More*, **Janet Heine Barnett**, MAA Rocky Mountain Section Meeting, Greeley CO, April 13-14, 2018.

* The Figurate Numbers and Mathematical Induction*, **Jerry Lodder**, Southwest Section Meeting of the MAA, Tucson, Arizona, April 6, 2018.

* Revolutionary Mathematics: Liberating Ideas from History for Today’s Teachers and Students*, **Janet Heine Barnett**, Colorado Mathematical Association of Two Year Colleges Annual Meeting, Spring 2018 Keynote Address, 2 March 2018, Aurora Community College.

* Investigating Students’ Meta-Level Object-Reflections and Discourse-Reflections: The Provocative Power of Primary Historical Sources. (Preliminary Report.)*, **Cihan Can, Janet Heine Barnett & Kathleen M. Clark**, RUME, Feb 22 - 24, 2018, San Diego CA

* Perspectives in the Use of Primary Sources in Undergraduate Mathematics Education: A Triangulation of Author, Instructor, and Student. (Poster.)*, **Matthew Mauntel & Kathleen M. Clark**, RUME, Feb 22 - 24, 2018, San Diego CA

*MAA Minicourse #9: Teaching Undergraduate Mathematics via Primary Source Projects, * Joint Mathematics Meetings, January 11 and January 13, 2018, San Diego CA

* Prime Sources: A Classroom-tested Student Project Approach to Learning Today's Number Theory through the Works of its Historical Masters, * **Janet Heine Barnett**, Joint Mathematics Meetings, Friday January 12, 2018, San Diego CA

* Engaging students with the Pell equation through inquiry with primary historical sources, * **Keith M Jones and Toke Lindegaard Knudsen**, Joint Mathematics Meetings, Friday January 12, San Diego CA

* Teaching P-values from Primary Sources, * **Dominic Klyve**, Joint Mathematics Meetings, Friday, January 12, 2018, San Diego CA

* Transforming Instruction in Undergraduate Mathematics via Primary Historical Sources (TRIUMPHS), * **Jerry Lodder, Kathleen Clark, Janet Heine Barnett, Dominic Klyve, Nicholas Scoville, Daniel Otero, Diana White**, Joint Mathematics Meetings, Thursday, January 11, 2018 San Diego CA

* Singing sines in Sanskrit slokas, * **Deepak Basyal**, Joint Mathematics Meetings, Thursday January 11, 2018, San Diego CA

* Determining the Determinant: learning in the footsteps of Cramer and Cauchy, * **Daniel E. Otero**, Joint Mathematics Meetings, Thursday January 11,2018, San Diego CA

* Solving a System of Equations Using Ancient Chinese Methods, * **Mary Flagg**, Joint Mathematics Meetings, Thursday January 11, 2018, San Diego CA

* Figurate Numbers and Mathematical Induction, * **Jerry Lodder**, Joint Mathematics Meetings, Wednesday January 10, 2018, San Diego CA

* Read the masters! Learning abstract algebra via Primary Source Project*, **Janet Heine Barnett**, Midwest History of Mathematics Conference, Wabash College, Crawfordsville, Indiana, September 29 -30, 2017.

* A Course in Geometry based on Historical Sources*, **Jerry Lodder**, MathFest 2017, Session on Euclid and the Mathematics of Antiquity in the 21st Century, July 29, 2017, Chicago, IL.

* Monsters in the Classroom: Learning analysis through works of Darboux*, **Janet Heine Barnett**, MAA Rocky Mountain Section Meeting, April 21-22, 2017, Pueblo CO

* Mean Value Theorem: History and a Primary Source Project for a Real Analysis Course*, **Dave Ruch (external author)**,
MSU Denver, History of Mathematics Special Session, MAA Rocky Mountain Section Meeting, April 21-22, 2017, Pueblo CO

* Learning Mathematics through Historical Projects*, **Qin Yang (site-tester)**,
MSU Denver, Rocky Mountain Section Meeting, April 21-22, 2017, Pueblo CO

* Workshop on Teaching Mathematics with Primary Historical Sources*, **Dominic Klyve**, Intermountain Section of the MAA, April 8, 2017, Ogden, Utah

* Mathematical Fights! The seedy underbelly of mathematical history*, **Dominic Klyve**, Intermountain Section of the MAA, April 7, 2017, Ogden, Utah

* Workshop on Teaching Mathematics with Primary Historical Sources*, **Dominic Klyve and Nick Scoville
**, Eastern Pennsylvania and Delaware (EpaDel) Section of the MAA, April 1, 2017, Kutztown, PA

* Mathematical Fights! The seedy underbelly of mathematical history*, **Dominic Klyve**, Eastern Pennsylvania and Delaware (EpaDel) Section of the MAA, April 1, 2017, Kutztown, PA

*Teaching Undergraduate Mathematics Using Primary Source Projects *, **Emily Casey **, TMATYC 2017
, March 24-25 2017, Knoxville, TN

* Primary source projects in an undergraduate mathematics classroom: A pilot case in a topology course*, **Kathleen Clark, Daniel Otero, Nicholas Scoville**, TWG 12 History in Mathematics Education session at 10th Congress of European Research in Mathematics Education (CERME 10), Dublin Ireland, February 1-5, 2017. Presentation Slides

* Primary Sources in Every Classroom: an interactive introduction*, **Dominic Klyve**, 26th Conference of the Southern African Association for Research in Mathematics, Science and Technology Education, Bloemfontein, South Africa, January 20, 2017. Presentation Slides

* Medieval India's Solution to the Pell Equation as a Classroom Project, * **Toke L Knudsen and Keith M. Jones (external authors)**, Joint Mathematics Meetings, January 4-7, 2017, Atlanta, Georgia

* Transforming Instruction in Undergraduate Mathematics via Primary Historical Sources (poster presentation),* **Dominic Klyve, Janet Barnett, Kathleen Clark, Jerry Lodder, Daniel Otero, Diana White, Nicholas Scoville**, Joint Mathematics Meetings, January 4-7, 2017, Atlanta, Georgia

* Distance in Geometry, * **Jerry Lodder**, Joint Mathematics Meetings, January 4-7, 2017, Atlanta, Georgia

* Preparing Students for Trigonometry with a Primary Source Project, * **Daniel E. Otero**, Joint Mathematics Meetings, January 4-7, 2017, Atlanta, Georgia

* Collaborative Research: Transforming Instruction in Undergraduate Mathematics via Primary Historical Sources (TRIUMPHS), * **Nicholas A Scoville**, Joint Mathematics Meetings, January 4-7, 2017, Atlanta, Georgia. Presentation Slides

* Read the masters! Learning abstract algebra via Primary Source Projects, * **Janet Heine Barnett**, Joint Mathematics Meetings, January 4-7, 2017, Atlanta, Georgia

* Drinking straight from the source: Learning today’s mathematics through its historical roots, * **Janet Heine Barnett**, Joint Mathematics Meetings, January 4-7, 2017, Atlanta, Georgia

* Teaching Undergraduates (Trigonometry) with Primary Historical Sources*, **Danny Otero**, Ohio State Math Education Forum, Columbus OH, November 18 2016

*Teaching Undergraduate Mathematics Using Primary Source Projects*, **Janet Heine Barnett and Diana White**, Workshop at American Mathematical Association of Two Year Colleges (AMAYTC), Denver CO, November 17 - 20, 2016.

* Mathematical Fights! The seedy underbelly of mathematical history*, **Dominic Klyve**, Saint Mary’s College of Maryland, November 15, St. Mary’s City, Maryland.

* Mathematical Fights! The seedy underbelly of mathematical history*, **Dominic Klyve**, University of North Carolina Greensboro Undergraduate Research Confernce, November 12, Greensboro, North Carolina.

* Mathematical Fights! The seedy underbelly of mathematical history*, **Dominic Klyve**, Elon University Mathematics Recruitment dinner, November 10, Elon, North Carolina.

* Mathematical Fights! The seedy underbelly of mathematical history*, **Dominic Klyve**, Catawba College, November 10, Salisbury, North Carolina.

*The TRIUMPHS project: Opportunities for history, research, and change in undergraduate mathematics classrooms.*, **K. Clark & C. Can, **, Presentation at Fall Meeting, History and Pedagogy of Mathematics – Americas Section, SanDiego, CA, October 2016. Presentation Slides

*TRIUMPHS Training Workshop * at the University of Colorado Denver, September 8 - 10,2016. Photos available here

* Primary Historical Sources in the Classroom: Graph Theory and Spanning Trees*, **Jerry Lodder**, International Congress on Mathematical Education (ICME-13), Topic Study Group lecture, July 26, 2016, Hamburg, Germany

* Connecting past to present: an approach to teaching topology and more via original sources*, **Nicholas A Scoville, Janet Heine Barnett, Kathy Clark, Danny Otero, and Diana White**, The HPM Satellite Meeting of ICME-13 (International Conference on Mathematical Education), July 18-22 2016, Montpellier, France

* Monsters in the Mathematics Classroom: Learning analysis through the works of Gaston Darboux*, **Janet Heine Barnett**, The HPM Satellite Meeting of ICME-13 (International Conference on Mathematical Education), July 18-22 2016, Montpellier, France

* Is the disjunctive form really normal? Teaching boolean algebra via original sources,* **Janet Heine Barnett**, Canadian Society for History and Philosophy of Mathematics Annual Meeting, Calgary Alberta (Canada), May 29 – 31, 2016

* Dedekind’s Ideals: Prime Mathematics for Today’s Students,* **Janet Heine Barnett**, History of Mathematics Special Session, MAA Joint Intermountain and Rocky Mountain Sections Meeting, Grand Junction CO, April 8-9, 2016

* History as Travel Guide and Companion: Mathematical Itineraries to Excite, Educate and Entertain,* **Janet Heine Barnett**, Burton W. Jones Distinguished Teaching Award Invited Talk, MAA Joint Intermountain and Rocky Mountain Sections Meeting, Grand Junction CO, April 8-9, 2016

* Teaching with historical curricular modules: The juxtaposition of Prufer and Boruvka, * **Jerry Lodder**, Joint Mathematics Meetings, January 6-9, 2016, Seattle, Washington

* Greek Chords and Hindu Sines: teaching trigonometry with original sources, * **Daniel E. Otero**, Joint Mathematics Meetings, January 6-9, 2016, Seattle, Washington

* The Cantor Set before Cantor, * **Nicholas A Scoville**, Joint Mathematics Meetings, January 6-9, 2016, Seattle, Washington. Presentation Slides

* Transforming Instruction in Undergraduate Mathematics via Primary Historical Sources (poster presentation),* **Dominic Klyve, Janet Barnett, Kathleen Clark, Jerry Lodder, Daniel Otero, Diana White, Nicholas Scoville**, Joint Mathematics Meetings, January 6-9, 2016, Seattle, Washington

* Primary Sources in Every Classroom: an interactive introduction*, **Dominic Klyve**, Tendencias en la educación matemática basada en investigación (TEMBI) (Trends in Research-based Mathematics Education), November 5-8, 2016, Puebla, Mexico