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Lock Haven University Alumnus Releases Debut Math Textbook

Dubbs Headshot

Dubbs Headshot

Dubbs book cover

Dubbs book cover 

Dubbs graduated from LHU in 2011 with a bachelor’s degree in mathematics. He also received a master’s degree in industrial mathematics and a Ph.D in mathematics education from Michigan State University.

He is an assistant professor in the Department of Mathematics at East Stroudsburg University. His research interests include the philosophy and ethics of mathematics education, issues of equity and diversity in education and the history of mathematics education. His research methods leverage graph theory and philosophy to map, analyze and critique the field of mathematics education research.

“The field of mathematics education research, as it has been, limits what we can say is mathematics education research, see as counting as mathematics education research, think as mathematics education and do in the name of mathematics education research,” Dubbs said. “These limits on what can be seen, said, thought and done in the name of mathematics education research, what is (non)sensical, constitute a distribution of the sensible. This book serves as an outline and perturbation of those sensible limits.”

Dubbs is a Pennsylvania native who currently resides in Henryville, Pennsylvania, with his husband Edward and their ragdoll cat Jasper. His book is available on Amazon, Barnes and Noble, IndieBound and Crave Press.

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