Publications and Papers Presented
List of Scholarly Works: 2002-2010 (5000 KB pdf)
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Publications in Chronological Order
  1. Sriraman, B (2002). How do mathematically gifted students abstract and generalize mathematical concepts. NAGC 2002 Research Briefs, Vol. 16, pp.83-87. [awarded the Distinguished NAGC 2002 Brief of the Year ]
  2. Sriraman, B (2002). Generalization processes in combinatorial problem solving situations. Proceedings of XX1V Annual meeting of the Psychology of Mathematics Education- North America. Vol.3, pp.1411-1414.
  3. Sriraman, B (2003). Mathematical giftedness, problem solving, and the ability to formulate generalizations. The Journal of Secondary Gifted Education, Vol. 14, No.3, pp.151-165.
  4. Sriraman, B (2003) Can mathematical discovery fill the existential void? The use of Conjecture, Proof and Refutation in a high school classroom (feature article). Mathematics in School, vol. 32, no.2, pp.2-6.
  5. Sriraman, B (2003). Discovering mathematical generalizations via problem solving. Beitraege zum Mathematikunterricht (Dortmund, 2003). Proceedings of the 37th Annual Conference of the GDM (Gesellschaft für Didaktik der Mathematik), pp.613-616.

    In: Hans-Wolfgang Henn (Hrsg.). Beiträge zum Mathematikunterricht 2003. Hildesheim, Berlin: Franzbecker, 613-616. ISBN: 3-88120-354-0.
  6. Sriraman, B. (2003). Mathematics and Literature: Synonyms, Antonyms or the Perfect Amalgam. The Australian Mathematics Teacher, Vol 59, No.4, pp.26-31.
  7. Sriraman, B. (2004). Discovering a mathematical principle: The case of Matt. Mathematics in School, vol.33, no.2, pp.25-31.
  8. Sriraman, B (2004). The influence of Platonism on mathematics research and theological beliefs. Theology and Science, vol. 2, no.1, pp. 131-147.
  9. Sriraman, B. (2004). Mathematics and Literature (the sequel): Imagination as a pathway to advanced mathematical ideas and philosophy. The Australian Mathematics Teacher. Vol 60, No.1, pp.17-23.
  10. Sriraman, B., & Adrian, H. (2004). The use of fiction as a didactic tool to examine existential problems. The Journal of Secondary Gifted Education. Vol.15, no.3, pp. 96-106.
  11. Sriraman, B. (2004). Discovering Steiner Triple Systems through problem solving. The Mathematics Teacher, vol.97, no.5, pp. 320-326.
  12. Sriraman, B. (2004). Reflective Abstraction, Uniframes and the Formulation of Generalizations. The Journal of Mathematical Behavior., vol.23,no.2, 205-222.
  13. Sriraman, B. (2004). The characteristics of mathematical creativity. The Mathematics Educator. Vol.14, no.1, pp. 19-34.
  14. Sriraman,B. (2004). Can problem context be an obstacle to proof? (feature article), Mathematics in School (UK), vol. 33, no.4,pp.2-5.
  15. Sriraman, B. (2004). Differentiating mathematics via use of novel combinatorial problem solving situations: A model for heterogeneous mathematics classrooms. In E. Barbeau, H. Shin, E. Velikova, A. Friedlander, S. Shirali & A. Andzans (Editors), Proceedings of the Topics Study Group 4: Activities and programs for gifted students: The 10th International Congress of Mathematics Education, Copenhagen Denmark, pp. 35-38.
  16. Sriraman,B. (2004). Re-creating the Renaissance. In M. Anaya, C. Michelsen (Editors), Proceedings of the Topic Study Group 21: Relations between mathematics and others subjects of art and science: The 10th International Congress of Mathematics Education, Copenhagen, Denmark, pp.14-19.
  17. Sriraman, B. (2004). The role of affect in the process of generalization. In Contributions to P.C. Clarkson, M. Hannula (Organizers), TSG 24: Students' motivation and attitudes towards mathematics and its study. Proceedings of The 10th International Congress of Mathematics Education, Copenhagen, Denmark, 8pp.
  18. Sriraman, B & Strzelecki, Pawel. (2004). Playing with powers. The International Journal for Technology in Mathematics Education, Vol 11, no.1, pp.29-34.
  19. Sriraman, B & English, Lyn. (2004). Combinatorial Mathematics: Research into practice. Connecting Research into Teaching. The Mathematics Teacher, vol.98,no.3,pp.182-191.
  20. Sriraman, B & Adrian, Harry. (2004/05) The Pedagogical Value and the Interdisciplinary Nature of Inductive Processes in Forming Generalizations. Interchange: A Quarterly Review of Education, Vol. 35, no.4, pp. 407-422
  21. Sriraman, B. (2004). Understanding Mathematical Creativity: A Framework for Assessment in the High School Classroom. In McDougall, D.E & Ross, J.A. (Eds.). Proceedings of the twenty-sixth annual meeting of the North American Chapter of the International Group for the Psychology of Mathematics Education, Toronto, Canada, Vol. 1, pp. 350-352.
  22. Sriraman, B. (2004). Gifted ninth graders' notions of proof. Investigating parallels in approaches of mathematically gifted students and professional mathematicians. Journal for the Education of the Gifted, Vol. 27, no.4, pp. 267-292.
  23. Sriraman, B. & Benesch, Walter (2005). Consciousness and Science: An Advaita-Vedantic perspective on the Theology-Science dialogue. Theology and Science, vol.3, no.1, pp. 39-54.
  24. Sriraman, B. (2005). Problem solving as a pre-cursor to Mathematical Proof.
    Mathematics in School, vol.34, no.1, pp.4-8.
  25. Sriraman, B. and English, Lyn. (2005). On the teaching and learning of Dienes’ Principles. International Reviews of Mathematical Education, vol. 37, no. 3, pp.258-262.
  26. Sriraman, B. (2005). Conceptualizing the notion of model-eliciting. (To appear in) Proceedings of the 4th European Congress of Mathematics Education, in St. Feliu de Guixols, Spain, Feb 16-22, 2005.
  27. Sriraman, Bharath & Lyn English (2005). Theories of Mathematics Education. In H. Chick & J.L. Vincent (Eds). Proceedings of the 29th Annual meeting of the International Group of Psychology of Mathematics Education, Melbourne, Australia, vol.1, pp. 170-172.
  28. Sriraman, Bharath & Günter Törner. (2005). Issues and tendencies in German Mathematics Didactics: An epochal perspective. In H. Chick & J.L. Vincent (Eds). Proceedings of the 29th Annual meeting of the International Group of Psychology of Mathematics Education: Melbourne, Australia, vol.1, pp. 197-202.
  29. Sriraman, Bharath. (2005). The impediments to formulating generalizations. In H. Chick & J.L. Vincent (Eds). Proceedings of the 29th Annual meeting of the International Group of Psychology of Mathematics Education: Melbourne, Australia, vol.1, pp. 280.
  30. Sriraman, B (with Luis Moreno-Armella) (2005). Structural Stability and Dynamic Geometry: Some Ideas on Situated Proof. International Reviews on Mathematical Education. Vol. 37, no.3, pp.130-139.
  31. Sriraman, B [2005] (with C. Christou, N. Mousoulides, M. Pittalis & D. Pitta-Pantazi). An empirical taxonomy of problem posing processes. International Reviews of Mathematical Education, vol 37, no.3, pp.149-158.
  32. Sriraman, Bharath. (2005). Extra-cognitive creative behaviors of gifted high school students and research mathematicians. In Developing Hearts and Minds: Proceedings of the 15th Annual meeting of the Society for the Advancement of Gifted Education (SAGE), Calgary, Canada, pp.102-108.
  33. Sriraman, Bharath. (with Astrid Beckmann and Claus Michelsen). (2005). Research considerations for interdisciplinary work on mathematics and its connections to the arts and sciences. In A. Beckmann et al (Eds). Proceedings of the 1st International Symposium on Mathematics and its Connections to the Arts and Sciences. May 18-21, 2005, University of Schwaebisch Gmuend: Germany. Franzbecker Verlag, pp.1-6.
  34. Sriraman, Bharath. (2005). Philosophy as a bridge between mathematics arts and the sciences. In A. Beckmann et al (Eds.), Proceedings of the 1st International Symposium on Mathematics and its Connections to the Arts and Sciences. May 18-21, 2005, University of Schwaebisch Gmuend: Germany. Franzbecker Verlag, pp. 7-31.
  35. Lesh, Richard & Sriraman, Bharath (2005). John Dewey Revisited- Pragmatism and the models-modeling perspective on mathematical learning. In A. Beckmann et al [Eds.], Proceedings of the 1st International Symposium on Mathematics and its Connections to the Arts and Sciences. May 18-21, 2005, University of Schwaebisch Gmuend: Germany.Franzbecker Verlag, pp. 32-51.
  36. Sriraman, B and Pizzulli, M (2005). Balancing mathematics education research with the standards. International Reviews on Mathematical Education, vol.37, no.5,pp. 431-436.
  37. Sriraman, B (with Andreas Kittel, Astrid Beckmann, Volker Hole, and Silke Ladel). (2005). The computer as an "exercise and repetition" medium in mathematics lessons: Educational effectiveness of Tablet PC's. International Reviews on Mathematical Education, vol.37, no.5,pp. 379-394.
  38. Sriraman, Bharath. (2005) (with Guenter Toerner & Miriam Sherin). Video-based research on mathematics teaching: Research in the context of video. In G. M. Lloyd, M. R. Wilson, J. L. M. Wilkins, & S. L. Behm (Eds.), Proceedings of the 27th annual meeting of the North American Chapter of the International Group for the Psychology of Mathematics Education [CD-ROM]. Eugene, OR: All Academic.
  39. Sriraman, Bharath & Günter Törner (2005). Beliefs about mathematics and teaching scripts from the perspective of Schoenfeld's theory of Teaching-In-Context. In G. M. Lloyd, M. R. Wilson, J. L. M. Wilkins, & S. L. Behm (Eds.), Proceedings of the 27th annual meeting of the North American Chapter of the International Group for the Psychology of Mathematics Education [CD-ROM]. Eugene, OR: All Academic.
  40. Sriraman, Bharath (2005). Videos in collegiate mathematics teaching. In G. M. Lloyd, M. R. Wilson, J. L. M. Wilkins, & S. L. Behm (Eds.), Proceedings of the 27th annual meeting of the North American Chapter of the International Group for the Psychology of Mathematics Education [CD-ROM]. Eugene, OR: All Academic.
  41. Sriraman, Bharath. (2005) Quasi-empirical Approaches to mathematics: Recreating the Lakatosian Classroom. In G. M. Lloyd, M. R. Wilson, J. L. M. Wilkins, & S. L. Behm (Eds.), Proceedings of the 27th annual meeting of the North American Chapter of the International Group for the Psychology of Mathematics Education [CD-ROM]. Eugene, OR: All Academic.
  42. Sriraman, Bharath & English, Lyn (2005). Theories of mathematics education: a global survey of theoretical frameworks/trends in mathematics education research. Zentralblatt für Didaktik der Mathematik, (International Reviews on Mathematical Education), vol.37,no.6, pp.450-456.
  43. Moreno, L & Sriraman, B. (2005). The articulation of symbol and mediation in mathematics education. Zentralblatt für Didaktik der Mathematik,, (International Reviews on Mathematical Education), vol.37,no.6,pp. 476-486.
  44. Lesh, R & Sriraman, B (2005) . Mathematics Education as a design science. Zentralblatt für Didaktik der Mathematik, (International Reviews on Mathematical Education), vol37, no.6,pp. 490-505.
  45. Sriraman, B. (2005).Commentary on a first person perspective on problem solving in a History of Mathematics Course. Mathematical Thinking and Learning: An International Journal. vol7, no.4, pp. 345-348.
  46. Sriraman, Bharath & Lyn English (2006). Theories of mathematics education: European perspectives, commentaries and viable research directions. Zentralblatt für Didaktik der Mathematik, vol.38, no.1,pp.1-2.
  47. Sriraman, Bharath & Gabriele Kaiser. (2006). Theory usage and theoretical trends in Europe: A survey and preliminary analysis of CERME4 research reports. Zentralblatt für Didaktik der Mathematik, vol 38, no. 1, pp. 22-51.
  48. Sriraman, Bharath & Guenter Toerner. (2006). A brief historical comparison of tendencies in mathematics didactics/education research in Germany and the United States. Zentralblatt für Didaktik der Mathematik, vol, 38, no. 1, pp. 14-21
  49. Sriraman,B (with Peter Liljedahl). (2006). Musings on mathematical creativity. For the Learning of Mathematics, vol26, no.1, pp.17-19.
  50. Sriraman, B. (2006). The challenge of discovering mathematical structures: Some research based pedagogical recommendations for the secondary classroom. Proceedings of the 16th International Commission of Mathematics Instruction Study on Mathematical Challenges. Trondheim, Norway. 8pp.
  51. Sriraman, B. (2005/06). Are Mathematical Giftedness and Mathematical Creativity Synonyms? A theoretical analysis of constructs. Journal of Secondary Gifted Education, vol.17, no.1, pp. 20-36.
  52. Sriraman, Bharath & Knott, Libby (2006) 1 or 0? Cantorian conundrums in the contemporary classroom. Accepted in Australian Senior Mathematics Journal. vol.20, no.2, pp.57-61.
  53. Kaiser, Gabriele., Blomhøj ,Morten, & Sriraman, Bharath. (2006). Towards a didactical theory for mathematical modeling. Zentralblatt fuer Didaktik der Mathematik, vol. 38, no.2, pp. 82-85.
  54. Toerner, G., & Sriraman, B. (2007). A Contemporary Analysis of the six "Theories of Mathematics Education" Theses of Hans-Georg Steiner. Invited paper for special issue of Zentralblatt für Didaktik der Mathematik, honoring Hans- Georg. Steiner, vol 39, no.1, pp. 155-163
  55. Sriraman, Bharath., and Lesh, Richard. (2006). Beyond traditional conceptions of modelling. Zentralblatt für Didaktik der Mathematik, 38(3), pp.248-254.
  56. Sriraman, Bharath (with A. Gagatsis, I. Elia, and M. Modestou ) Exploring Young Children's Geometrical Strategies through Dynamic Transformation of Polygons and Geometrical Models. Nordic Studies in Mathematics Education. vol.11, no.2, pp. 23-50.
  57. Sriraman, Bharath., and Lesh, Richard. (2007). Leaders in Mathematical Thinking & Learning- A conversation with Zoltan P. Dienes in Mathematical Thinking and Learning: An International Journal, vol9, no.1, 59-75.
  58. Sriraman, B & Freiman, Viktor (2007). Does mathematics gifted education need a philosophy of creativity?. Mediterranean Journal for Research in Mathematics Education, vol 6, no. 1 & 2, pp. 23-46, 2007
  59. Sriraman, Bharath., Kaiser, Gabriele., and Blomhøj, Morten. (2006). A brief survey of the state of mathematical modeling around the world. Zentralblatt für Didaktik der Mathematik, 38(3), pp. 212-213.
  60. Kaiser, Gabriele., and Sriraman, Bharath. (2006). A global survey of international perspectives on modelling in mathematics education. Zentralblatt für Didaktik der Mathematik, 38(3), pp. 302-310.
  61. Sriraman, Bharath. (2006). An Ode to Imre Lakatos: Bridging the Ideal and Actual mathematics classrooms. (In press) Interchange: A Quarterly Review of Education. (Special Issue of the International History, Philosophy and Science Teaching Group), vol. 37, nos 1&2, pp. 155-180.
  62. Sriraman, B (with L. Moreno & G. Waldegg). Mathematical Objects and the evolution of rigor. Mediterranean Journal for Research in Mathematics in Mathematics Education. Vol5, no.1,17-28.
  63. Sriaman, Bharath & Steinthorsdottir, Olof. (2007). Critical Notice: Emancipatory and Social Justice Perspectives in Mathematics Education. Interchange: A Quarterly Review of Education, vol.38, no.2, pp. 195-202.
  64. Sriraman, Bharath. (2007) Der mathematische Roman als literarisches Werk : Eine Untersuchung im US-amerikanischen Mathematikunterricht. Der Mathematik Unterricht (the journal equivalent to The Mathematics Teacher in Germany), vol. 53, nos.1&2, pp. 89-92.
  65. Beckmann, Astrid & Sriraman, Bharath (2007). Verschiedene Perspektiven zur Verbindung von Literatur und Mathematik. Der Mathematik Unterricht (the journal equivalent to The Mathematics Teacher in Germany), vol.53, nos.1&2, pp. 75-87.
    http://www.friedrichonline.de/data/88E348C160E5483C808BE40CC7D2F60B.0.pdf
  66. Sriraman, B., & Adrian, H. (2008). A critique and response to multicultural visions of globalization. Interchange: A Quarterly Review of Education, vol.39, no.1, pp. 119-130
  67. Sriraman, Bharath. (2007). On the origins of social justice: Darwin, Freire, Marx and Vivekananda. In B. Sriraman (Ed). International Perspectives on Social Justice in Mathematics Education. The Montana Mathematics Enthusiast, Monograph 1, pp. 1-6.
  68. Steinthorsdottir, Olof, &, Sriraman, Bharath. (2007). ICELAND AND RURAL/URBAN GIRLS-PISA 2003 EXAMINED FROM AN EMANCIPATORY VIEWPOINT. In B. Sriraman (Ed). International Perspectives on Social Justice in Mathematics Education. The Montana Mathematics Enthusiast, Monograph 1, pp. 169-178, University of Montana Press. Reprinted in B.Sriraman (Ed). International perspectives on social justice in mathematics education (pp.231-244). Information Age Publishing, Charlotte, NC, 2008.
  69. Sriraman, Bharath & Steinthorsdottir, Olof (2007). Excellence and equity in education and talent development: Components of a Hegelian dialectic. Mediterranean Journal for Research in Mathematics Education, vol. 6, no. 1 & 2, pp. 91-102.
  70. Sriraman, Bharath (with Nicholas Mousoulides and Constantinos Christou) (2007). From Problem Solving to Modeling- The emergence of models and modeling perspectives. Nordic Studies in Mathematics Education (Nordisk Mathematikk Didaktikk), vol.12, no. 1, pp. 23-48.

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  72. Sriraman, B. (2007). Differentiating mathematics with the use of modern mathematics fiction: Some implications for the heterogeneous classroom setting. Proceedings of SAGE 17, Calgary, Canada, November 9-11, 2006.
  73. Kaiser, G., Sriraman, B., Blomhoj, M & Garcia, J. (2007). Differentiating perspectives and delineating commonalties: Report from the Working Group Modeling and Applications. Proceedings of the 5th European Congress on Mathematics Education (CERME5), Larnaca, Cyprus, Feb.21-27, 2007.
  74. Sriraman, Bharath. (2007). Paradoxes as pathways into polymathy and discovery of mathematical structures. Proceedings of the 2nd International Symposium on Mathematics and its Connections to the Arts and Sciences. (MACAS2) May 29-31, Odense, Denmark
  75. Sriraman, B., & Beckmann, A. (2007). Mathematics and Literature: Perspectives for interdisciplinary classroom pedagogy. Proceedings of the 9th International History, Philosophy and Science Teaching Group (IHPST) 2007, Calgary, June 22-26, 2007.
  76. Michelsen, C., & Sriraman. B (2007). Design Science perspectives in mathematics and science education classroom research. Proceedings of the 9th International History, Philosophy and Science Teaching Group (IHPST) 2007, Calgary, June 2007.
  77. SRIRAMAN. B (2007). The Philosophy of models and modeling: Proceedings of the 9th International History, Philosophy and Science Teaching Group (IHPST) Calgary, June 2007.
    Abstracts of IHPST 2007
  78. Mousoulides, N., SRIRAMAN, B., et al (2007). Tracing students’ Modelling processes in elementary and secondary school. Proceedings of the 5th European Congress on Mathematics Education (CERME5), Larnaca, Cyprus, Feb.21-27, 2007.
  79. Toerner, G., & SRIRAMAN, B. (2007). The Steiner TME-program of 1987: Where are we today?. Proceedings of the 5th European Congress on Mathematics Education (CERME5), Larnaca, Cyprus, Feb.21-27, 2007.
  80. Steinthorsdottir,O., Sriraman, B., and Steinthorsdottir, K. (2007. Understanding of numeracy in Icelandic pre-school students. Proceedings of the 31st Annual Meeting of the International Group of Psychology in Mathematics Education (PME), Seoul, Korea.
  81. Steinthorsdottir,O., Sriraman, B., and Steinthorsdottir, K. (2007). Teachers’ role in developing students’ mathematical discourse. Special Symposium on Exploring teachers’ approaches to mathematics teaching and learning in early childhood education. Proceedings of the 17th Annual European Early Childhood Education Research Association (EECERA) Conference, Prague, Czech Republic.
  82. Mousoulides, N., Sriraman, B., Pittalis, M., & Christou, C. (2007). Tracing students modeling processes in elementary and secondary school. Proceedings of the 13th International Conference on Teaching Modeling and Applications (ICTMA), Bloomington, Indiana.
  83. Steinthorsdottir, O., & Sriraman, B. (2007). The faces and voices behind Iceland PISA 2003: A qualitative elaboration. Special Symposium on Reflections on Gender in PISA study 1 and 2. Policy Studies and Politics of Education. Proceedings of the 2007 European Conference on Educational Research (ECER), University of Ghent, Belgium.
  84. Steinthorsdottir, Olof. & Sriraman, Bharath (2007). Gender and Strategy Use in Proportional Situations: An Icelandic Study. Nordic Studies in Mathematics Education, vol. 12,no.3, pp.25-56.
  85. Knott, L., Sriraman, B., & Jacob, I. (2008). A Morphology of Teacher Discourse in the Mathematics Classroom. The Mathematics Educator (Singapore), vol.11, nos 1&2, pp. 89-110.
  86. Sriraman, B., & Knott, L. (2009). The Mathematics of Estimation: Possibilities for Interdisciplinary Pedagogy and Social Consciousness. INTERCHANGE: A Quarterly Review of Education, vol. 40, no.2., pp. 205-223.
  87. Steinthorsdottir, O. & Sriraman. B (2008). Exploring gender factors related to PISA 2003 results in Iceland: a youth interview study. ZDM- The International Journal on Mathematics Education, vol.40, no.4 , pp. 591-600.
  88. Steinthorsdottir, O., & Sriraman, B. (2008). The faces and voices behind Iceland PISA 2003: A qualitative elaboration. To appear in European Education Research Journal [focus issue on PISA and Gender].
  89. Sriraman, B. (2008). Interdisciplinarity in mathematics teacher education (e- C). Oberwolfach Technical Report contribution to Interdisciplinarity Professional Development of Mathematics Teachers: Research and Practice from an International Perspective. A Conference/Workshop held at the Mathematische Forschungsinstitut Oberwolfach (Germany).
  90. Sriraman, Bharath. (2009). Paradoxes as pathways into polymathy. ZDM- The International Journal on Mathematics Education, vol.41, nos 1&2, pp. 29-38.
  91. Sriraman, B. (2009). A historic overview of the interplay of theology and philosophy in the arts, mathematics and sciences. ZDM- The International Journal on Mathematics Education, vol.41, nos 1&2, pp. 75-86.
  92. Sriraman, B. (2009). Let Lakatos Be – A commentary on Pimm et al "Would the real Lakatos please stand up!". Interchange: A Quarterly Review of Education, vol.39, no.4., pp. 483-492
  93. Mousoulides, N., Christou, C., Sriraman, B. (2008). A modeling perspective on the teaching and learning of mathematical problem solving, Mathematical Thinking & Learning: An International Journal, vol.10, no.3, pp. 293-304.
  94. Sriraman, B. (with G.Stillman, C.Kwok-cheung, R.Mason, L.Sheffield & K. Ueno) (2009). Classroom Practice: Challenging mathematics classroom practices. In E. Barbeau & P. Taylor. (Eds). ICMI Study 16 Volume on Mathematical Challenges, Springer Science & Business, pp. 243-284.
  95. Steinthorsdottir, O., & Sriraman, B. (2008). Pisa 2003 and the Gender Differences in Mathematics in Iceland: Possible Explanation. In M. Trigueros, H. Forgasz et al. (Eds). Topics Study Group 32: Gender and mathematics education, Proceedings of the 11th International Congress of Mathematics Education, Monterrey, Mexico, 20 pp.
  96. Brinkmann, A. & Sriraman, B. (2009). Aesthetics and creativity: An exploration of the relationship between the constructs. To appear in B.Sriraman & S. Goodchild (Eds) Festschrift celebrating Paul Ernest's 65th Birthday. Information Age Publishing.
  97. Sriraman, B. (2009). Interdisciplinarity in mathematics education: psychology, philosophy, aesthetics, modelling and curriculum. ZDM- The International Journal on Mathematics Education, vol.41, nos.1&2 , pp.1-3.
  98. Mousoulides, N., Sriraman, B., and Lesh, R (2008). The Philosophy and Practicality of Modeling Involving Complex Systems. Philosophy of Mathematics Education Journal, no.23
  99. Steinthorsdottir, O., & Sriraman, B. (2008). Gender differences and PISA: An Icelandic story. Proceedings of the Joint Meeting of PME32 and PME-NA XXX, Morelia, Mexico.
  100. Sriraman, Bharath (2009). Interdisciplinary Thinking with Mathematics in Globally Relevant Issues. In Education For Sustainable Development Currents: Changing Perspectives from the Asia-Pacific. UNESCO Bangkok: Asia and Pacific Regional Bureau for Education, p.43.
  101. Sriraman, Bharath (Editor) (2009). Special Issue on Interdisciplinary teaching. The Montana Mathematics Enthusiast, vol 6, supplement 1, pp. 1-58
  102. Sriraman, Bharath ,Viktor Freiman & Nicole Lirette-Pitre (2009). Interdisciplinarity, Creativity and Learning: Mathematics with Literature, Paradoxes, History, Technology & Modeling. Information Age Publishing, Charlotte, NC. 248pp.
  103. Sriraan, Bharath & Knott, Libby (2009). The Mathematics of Estimation: Possibilities for Interdisciplinary Pedagogy and Social Consciousness. Interchange: A Quarterly Review of Education, vol.40, no.2. DOI: 10.1007/s10780-009-9090-7
  104. Sriraman, Bharath & Adrian ,Harry (2009).. The Existential Void in Learning: Juxtaposing Mathematics and Literature. In B.Sriraman, V. Freiman et al (Eds). Interdisciplinarity, Creativity and Learning: Mathematics with Literature, Paradoxes, History, Technology & Modeling. (pp.13-29). Information Age Publishing, Charlotte, NC.
  105. Sriraman, Bharath & Knott, Libby (2009) (co-author). 1 or 0?: Cantorian Conundrums in the Contemporary Classroom. In B.Sriraman, V. Freiman et al (Eds). Interdisciplinarity, Creativity and Learning: Mathematics with Literature, Paradoxes, History, Technology & Modeling. (pp.55-60). Information Age Publishing, Charlotte, NC.
  106. Sriraman, Bharath & English, Lyn (2009). Preface to Wolff-Michael Roth (Ed). Mathematical Representation at the Interface of Body and Culture (pp. vii-ix). Information Age Publishing, Charlotte, NC.
  107. Ernest, Paul; Greer, Brian; Sriraman, Bharath (2009) (Eds). Critical Issues in Mathematics Education. Monograph 6 of The Montana Mathematics Enthusiast- Monograph Series in Mathematics Education. Information Age Publishing, Charlotte, NC. 484pp.
  108. Ernest, Paul; Greer, Brian; Sriraman, Bharath (2009). Agency in Mathematics Education. In P.Ernest, B.Greer & B.Sriraman (Eds). Critical Issues in Mathematics Education (pp. ix-xvi). Information Age Publishing, Charlotte, NC.
  109. Sriraman, Bharath & Steinthorsdottir, Olof (2009). Social justice and mathematics education:Issues, Dilemmas, Excellence and Equity. In P.Ernest, B. Greer & B.Sriraman (Eds). Critical Issues in Mathematics Education (pp. 319-336). Information Age Publishing, Charlotte, NC.
  110. Sriraman, Bharath (2009, in press). Socially (Re)constructing Paul Ernest. In B.Sriraman & S. Goodchild (Eds). Relatively and Philosophically Earnest: Festschrift in honor of Paul Ernest’s 65th Birthday. Information Age Publishing, Charlotte, NC.
  111. Steinthorsdottir, Olof. & Sriraman, Bharath. (2009). Icelandic 5th grade girls developmental trajectories in proportional reasoning. Mathematics Education Research Journal (MERJ), Australia, vol. 21, no.1, pp. xxx-xxx.
  112. Sriraman, B., (2009)The Characteristics of Mathematical Creativity.ZDM-The International Journal on Mathematics Education, 41(1&2):13-27. Reprint of Sriraman, B. (2004). The characteristics of mathematical creativity, The Mathematics Educator, 14(1),19-34.
  113. Michelsen, C., & Sriraman, B., (2009). Does Interdisciplinary Instruction Raise Students' Interest in Mathematics and the Subjects of the Natural Sciences? ZDM-The International Journal on Mathematics Education, 41(1 & 2):231-244
  114. Sriraman, B. (2009). The Mathematics of Estimation: Interdisciplinary Pedagogy and Education For Sustainable Development. In. In A.L. Lovercraft (Ed). Proceedings of Lessons from Continuity and Change in the Fourth International Polar Year Symposium (p.65), Fairbanks, Alaska. Inland Northwest Research Alliance
  115. Sriraman, B., & Kaiser, G. (2009). Research advances in theories of mathematics education. In Swars, S. L., Stinson, D. W., & Lemons-Smith, S. (Eds.). (2009). Proceedings of the 31st annual meeting of the North American Chapter of the International Group for the Psychology of Mathematics Education. Atlanta, GA: Georgia State University, vol5, CD-ROM.
  116. Sriraman, B., & English, L. (2009). Theory and its role in mathematics education. In Swars, S. L., Stinson, D. W., & Lemons-Smith, S. (Eds.). (2009). Proceedings of the 31st annual meeting of the North American Chapter of the International Group for the Psychology of Mathematics Education. Atlanta, GA: Georgia State University, vol5, pp. 1621-1624.
  117. Sriraman, Bharath. (2009). Preface to The Role of Mathematics Discourse in Producing Leaders of Discourse. (Ed.) L. Knott. Charlotte, NC: Information Age Publishing. pp. ix-xi.
  118. Sriraman, Bharath & English, Lyn (2010 (in press). Theories and philosophies of mathematics education.In B.Sriraman & L. English (Eds). Theories of Mathematics Education: Seeking New Frontiers. Monograph 1 of Advances in Mathematics Education, Springer Science, Berlin/Heidelberg, pp. xxx-xxx
  119. English, Lyn & Sriraman, Bharath (2010) (in press). Problem solving for the 21st century. In B.Sriraman & L. English (Eds). Theories of Mathematics Education: Seeking New Frontiers. Monograph 1 of Advances in Mathematics Education, Springer Science, Berlin/Heidelberg, pp. xxx-xxx
  120. Sriraman, B., & Haverhals, N. (2010) (in press). Preface to Paul Ernest’s Reflections on Theories of Learning. In B.Sriraman & L. English (Eds). Theories of Mathematics Education: Seeking New Frontiers. Monograph 1 of Advances in Mathematics Education, Springer Science, Berlin/Heidelberg, pp. xxx-xxx
  121. Moreno, L & Sriraman, B. (2010) (in press). Symbols and mediation in mathematics education. In B.Sriraman & L. English (Eds). Theories of Mathematics Education: Seeking New Frontiers. Monograph 1 of Advances in Mathematics Education, Springer Science, Berlin/Heidelberg, pp. xxx-xxx
  122. Lesh, R & Sriraman, B. (2010) (in press). Mathematics Education as a design science. In B.Sriraman & L. English (Eds). Theories of Mathematics Education: Seeking New Frontiers. Monograph 1 of Advances in Mathematics Education, Springer Science, Berlin/Heidelberg, pp. xxx-xxx
  123. Toerner, G., Roesken, B., Rolka, K., Sriraman, B. (2010) (in press). Understanding a teacher’s actions in the classroom by applying Schoenfeld’s theory Teaching-In-Context: Reflecting on goals and beliefs. In B.Sriraman & L. English (Eds). Theories of Mathematics Education: Seeking New Frontiers. Monograph 1 of Advances in Mathematics Education, Springer Science, Berlin/Heidelberg, pp. xxx-xxx
  124. Sriraman, Bharath & Kaiser, Gabriele (2010) (in press). PMENA-Atlanta 2009 Working Group on Research Advances in Theories of Mathematics Education. Proceedings of 2009 PMENA, 10 pp.
  125. English, Lyn & Sriraman, Bharath (2010) (in press). Theory and its role in mathematics education. In PMENA-Atlanta 2009 Working Group on Research Advances in Theories of Mathematics Education. Proceedings of 2009 PMENA, 10 pp.
  126. Sriraman, Bharath. (2010) (in press). Breathing new life into mathematics education. Preface to Nathalie Sinclair's Knowing more than we can tell. In B.Sriraman & L. English (Eds). Theories of Mathematics Education: Seeking New Frontiers. Monograph 1 of Advances in Mathematics Education, Springer Science, Berlin/Heidelberg, pp. xxx-xxx
  127. Sriraman, B., Roscoe, M., & English, L. (2010) (in press). Politicizing mathematics education. Has politics gone too far? Or no far enough? In B.Sriraman & L. English (Eds). Theories of Mathematics Education: Seeking New Frontiers. Monograph 1 of Advances in Mathematics Education, Springer Science, Berlin/Heidelberg, pp. xxx-xxx
  128. Sriraman, B., VanSpronsen, H., & Haverhals, N. (2010) (in press). On proof and certainty- some educational implications. In B.Sriraman & L. English (Eds). Theories of Mathematics Education: Seeking New Frontiers. Monograph 1 of Advances in Mathematics Education, Springer Science, Berlin/Heidelberg, pp. xxx-xxx
  129. Bulut, S., Bekir, G., Sriraman, B. (2010) (in press). Mathematics Achievement and Gender: A Case of “No Difference” from Turkey. In B.Sriraman & L. English (Eds). Theories of Mathematics Education: Seeking New Frontiers. Monograph 1 of Advances in Mathematics Education, Springer Science, Berlin/Heidelberg, pp. xxx-xxx
  130. Palsdottir, G., & Sriraman, B. (2010) (in press). Androgyny-zing the Gender Debate in Mathematics Education. In B.Sriraman & L. English (Eds). Theories of Mathematics Education: Seeking New Frontiers. Monograph 1 of Advances in Mathematics Education, Springer Science, Berlin/Heidelberg, pp. xxx-xxx
  131. Sriraman, B (with A. Arikan, S. Aztekin) (2010). The Constructs of PhD Students about Infinity: An Application of Repertory Grids. The Montana Mathematics Enthusiast, 7(1), 149-174.
  132. Sriraman, B. (2010) Expertise report on the state of mathematics gifted education. In press- Deutsche Telekom/ Humboldt-Universität Expert Reports in Education.
  133. Sriraman, B (with B. Dahl). Mathematics Education Research in Denmark: A Brief Introduction. In press in The Sourcebook on Nordic Research in Mathematics Education. Information Age Publishing, Charlotte, NC.
  134. Sriraman, B (with G. Palsdottir, G. Gunnarsdottir) (2010). Mathematics Education in Iceland: Explaining the Non-homogeneity in a Homogenous System. In press in The Sourcebook on Nordic Research in Mathematics Education. Information Age Publishing, Charlotte, NC.
  135. Sriraman, B. (with Z. Argun, A. Arikan, S. Bulut) (2010). A Brief History of Mathematics Education in Turkey: K-12 Mathematics Curricula. ZDM-The International Journal on Mathematics Education (Special issue on Mathematics Education Research in Turkey), 42(5), pp. 429-441.
  136. Sriraman, Bharath (2010). Mathematics education in Turkey: at the crossroads of cultural, political and economic currents. ZDM- The International Journal on Mathematics Education, 42(5), pp.421-427.
  137. Roscoe.M., & Sriraman, B (2011). A quantitative study of the effects of informal mathematics activities on the beliefs of preservice elementary school teachers. ZDM-The International Journal on Mathematics Education. 43(4):601-615.
  138. Sriraman, B., & Fyhn, A.B., (2011). Introduction to Circumpolar Indigenous Issues, Knowledge, Relations to Education, Science and Mathematics. Interchange: A Quarterly Review of Education. 42(2):101-103.
  139. Sriraman, B.( 2011). Syntheses of Circumpolar Indigenous Issues, Knowledge, Relations to Education, Science and Mathematics. Interchange: A Quarterly Review of Education. 42(2):215-219.
  140. Fyhn, A.B., Eira, E., Sriraman, B. (2011). Perspectives on Sámi Mathematics Education. Interchange: A Quarterly Review of Education. 42(2):185-203.
  141. Sriraman, B., Kristiansen, G., & Oystein,H.P (2011). Immigrant and 'Alien' Reactions to Obama's Educational Policy: Disposition of Authenticity or the Politics of The Emperor's New Clothes. Journal of Educational Thought, 44(3):259-266.
  142. Ambrose, Don., Sternberg, Robert, Sriraman, Bharath (Eds). (2011). Confronting Dogmatism in Gifted Education. Routledge, Taylor & Francis: New York. 248pp.
  143. Sriraman, B (2011). Dogmatism and the knowledge industry: More accurately assessing the work of gifted scholars. Confronting Dogmatism in Gifted Education. (Eds.) D. Ambrose, R. Sternberg, B. Sriraman. New York: Routledge, Taylor & Francis. pp. 115-127.
  144. Ambrose, D., Sternberg, R., Sriraman, B (2011). Considering the effects of dogmatism on giftedness and talent development. Confronting Dogmatism in Gifted Education. (Eds.) D. Ambrose, R. Sternberg, B. Sriraman. New York: Routledge, Taylor & Francis. pp. 3-10.
  145. Sriraman, B. (2012) (Ed). Crossroads in the history of mathematics and mathematics education. The Montana Mathematics Enthusiast: Monograph Series in Mathematics Education, vol.12, Information Age Publishing, Charlotte, NC. (flyer pdf)
  146. Brating, K., Kallem, N., Sriraman, B (2012). The didactical nature of some lesser known historical examples in mathematics. In Crossroads in the history of mathematics and mathematics education. The Montana Mathematics Enthusiast: Monograph Series in Mathematics Education, vol.12, Information Age Publishing, Charlotte, NC, pp. 91-113
  147. Johnson, G., Sriraman, B., Saltzstein, R (2012). Where are the Plans: A socio-critical and architectural survey of early Egyptian Mathematics. In Crossroads in the history of mathematics and mathematics education. The Montana Mathematics Enthusiast: Monograph Series in Mathematics Education, vol.12, Information Age Publishing, Charlotte, NC, pp. 229-244
  148. Sriraman, B. (2012). Polarities in (Nordic) Mathematics Education: Scaling the field. In Proceedings of NORMA11- 6th Nordic Conference on Research in Mathematics Education, Reykjavik, Iceland, in press
  149. Lee, K.H & Sriraman, B (2012) . Gifted girls and non-mathematical aspirations: A longitudinal case study of two gifted Korean girls. Gifted Child Quarterly, vol. 56, no.1, pp. 3-14., SAGE Publications
  150. Goodchild, S., & Sriraman, B (2012). Revisiting the Didactic Triangle: From the particular to the general . ZDM- The International Journal on Mathematics Education, vol.44, no.5, pp.581-585.
  151. Berg, C.V., Fuglestad, A.B., Goodchild, S., Sriraman, B. (2012). Mediated action in teachers' discussions about mathematics tasks. ZDM- The International Journal on Mathematics Education, vol.44, no.5, pp. 677-689.
  152. Van Harpen, X.Y., & Sriraman, B (2013) . Creativity and mathematical problem posing: an analysis of high school students' mathematical problem posing in China and the USA. Educational Studies in Mathematics,Springer Science & Business Media.
  153. Lee, K.H., & Sriraman, B. (2013). An Eastern Learning Paradox. in press, Interchange: A Quarterly Review of Education.
  154. Sriraman, B. (2013). Issues and Perspectives on the Dialectics of Knowledge. Interchange: A Quarterly Review of Education. Volume 43, Issue 2. SpringerOnline First, DOI 10.1007/s10780-013-9185-z.
  155. Kim, K.H., Kaufman, J., Baer, J., Sriraman, B. (2013). Introduction to creatively gifted students are not like other students: Research, Theory and Practice. In K.H. Kim et al., Creatively Gifted Students are not like other Gifted Students (ISBN: 978-94-6209-234-1), pp.1-2. Sense Publishers, Rotterdam.
  156. Sriraman, B. (2013). Kulturelle nyanseforskjeller i matematikk: Bevisenes rolle (in Norwegian) In A.B.Fyhn (Ed). Kultur og matematikk/ Kultuvra ja matematihkka, (pp.137-148), Caspar Forlag, Bergan, Norway. ISBN: 978-8290898-57-6.
  157. Sriraman, B. (2013). Kulturralas erohusazat matematihkas: Duodastusaid sadji (in North Sami). In A.B.Fyhn (Ed). Kultur og matematikk/ Kultuvra ja matematihkka, (pp.149-160), Caspar Forlag, Bergan, Norway. ISBN: 978-8290898-57-6
  158. Fyhn, A.B., Sara, E.J., Sriraman, B. (2013). Samisk kultur og sprak i mattematikfaget. (in Norwegian) In A.B.Fyhn (Ed). Kultur og matematikk/ Kultuvra ja matematihkka, (pp.33-42), Caspar Forlag, Bergan, Norway. ISBN: 978-8290898-57-6.
  159. Fyhn, A.B., Sara, E.J., Sriraman, B. (2013). Sami kultuvra ja giella matematihkkafagas (in North Sami) In A.B.Fyhn (Ed). Kultur og matematikk/ Kultuvra ja matematihkka, (pp.43-52), Caspar Forlag, Bergan, Norway. ISBN: 978-8290898-57-6.
  160. Sriraman, B., & Lee, K. (2014). Commentary to Perspective 1 (Historical/Philosophical perspectives on probability). In E.J. Chernoff and B. Sriraman (Eds) Probabilistic Thinking: Presenting Plural Perspectives (pp. 117-119). Springer Science and Business, Berlin/Heidelberg
  161. Lesh, R., & Sriraman, B. (2014). Commentary to Perspective 2 (Psychological perspectives on probability). In E.J. Chernoff and B. Sriraman (Eds) Probabilistic Thinking: Presenting Plural Perspectives (pp. 311-340). Springer Science and Business, Berlin/Heidelberg
  162. Chernoff, E. J., & Sriraman, B. (2014). Introduction to Probabilistic Thinking: Presenting Plural Perspectives. In E. J. Chernoff & B. Sriraman (Eds.), Probabilistic Thinking: Presenting Plural Perspectives (pp. xv-xvii). Berlin/Heidelberg: Springer Science.
  163. Chernoff, E. J., & Sriraman, B. (2014). Commentary on Probabilistic Thinking: Presenting Plural Perspectives. In E. J. Chernoff & B. Sriraman (Eds.), Probabilistic Thinking: Presenting Plural Perspectives (pp.721-727). Berlin/Heidelberg: Springer Science.
  164. Sriraman, B. (2014). Cultural Nuances of Mathematics. Revista del Instituto de Matematica. Volume 9, No. 17: pp.28-38
  165. Kajander, A., Manuel, D., Sriraman, B. (2014). Exploring Creativity: From the mathematics classroom to the mathematician's mind. In Proceedings of the 2013 Annual Canadian Mathematics Education Study Group, Working Group on Creativity, pp. xxx-xxx
  166. Sriraman, B. (2014). Zed: the structural link between mathematics and mathematics education. For the Learning of Mathematics, vol.34, no.1, in press
Book Chapters in International Handbooks
  1. Sriraman, B. & Steinthorsdottir, O. (2007). Secondary Mathematics- Research into Practice: Implications of research on mathematics gifted education for the secondary curriculum. In J. Plucker & C. Callahan & (Eds) What the Research Says: Encyclopedia on Research in Gifted Education (pp. 355-367). Prufrock Press, Waco: Texas.
  2. Sriraman, B. & Dahl, B. (2008). On bringing interdisciplinary Ideas to Gifted Education. To appear in L.V. Shavinina (Ed). The International Handbook of Giftedness. Springer Science
  3. Sriraman, B & Törner, G. (2008) Political Union/ Mathematical Education Disunion: Building Bridges in European Didactic Traditions. In L. English (Ed) The Handbook of International Research in Mathematics Education (2nd Edition). Routledge, Taylor & Francis, New York. pp. 660-694.
  4. Sriraman, B. (with Lyn English, Richard Lesh, Graham Jones, Dina Tirosh and Bartolini Bussi). (2008).Moving forward in international mathematics education research. In L. English (Ed) The Handbook of International Research in Mathematics Education (2nd Edition). Routledge, Taylor & Francis, New York. pp. 872-906.
  5. Sriraman, Bharath & Lyn, English (2009). Cognition. In B. Kerr (Ed). Encyclopedia of Giftedness, Creativity and Talent. Sage Publications.
  6. Sriraman, Bharath (2009). General Creativity. In B. Kerr (Ed). Encyclopedia of Giftedness, Creativity and Talent. Sage Publications.
  7. Sriraman, Bharath (2009). Mathematical Intelligence. In B. Kerr (Ed). Encyclopedia of Giftedness, Creativity and Talent. Sage Publications.
  8. Sriraman, Bharath (2009). Mathematics Curriculum. In B. Kerr (Ed). Encyclopedia of Giftedness, Creativity and Talent. Sage Publications.
  9. Sriraman, Bharath (2009). Aha! experiences. In B. Kerr (Ed). Encyclopedia of Giftedness, Creativity and Talent. Sage Publications.
  10. Sriraman, Bharath (2009). Mathematical precociousness. In B. Kerr (Ed). Encyclopedia of Giftednes, Creativity and Talent. Sage Publications.
  11. Sriraman, Bharath (2009). Astronomy. In B. Kerr (Ed). Encyclopedia of Giftedness, Creativity and Talent. Sage Publications.
  12. Sriraman, Bharath (2009). Collaborative learning. In B. Kerr (Ed). Encyclopedia of Giftedness, Creativity and Talent. Sage Publications.
  13. Sriraman, Bharath & Kýymaz, Yasemin (2009). Relationship of Creativity to Intelligence. In B. Kerr (Ed). Encyclopedia of Giftedness, Creativity and Talent. Sage Publications.
  14. Sriraman, Bharath (2009). Spirituality. In B. Kerr (Ed). Encyclopedia of Giftedness, Creativity and Talent. Sage Publications.
  15. Sriraman, B. (2009). Elementary school, mathematics curriculum. In B. Kerr (Ed). Encyclopedia of Giftedness, Creativity and Talent. Sage Publications.
  16. "Encyclopedia view"available at Sage Publications
  17. Yuan, X & Sriraman, B. (2010). An Exploratory Study of Relationships between Students' Creativity and Mathematical Problem-Posing abilities. In press in The Elements of Creativity and Giftedness in Mathematics, Sense Publishers, The Netherlands
  18. Juter, K., & Sriraman, B. (2010). Does high achieving mathematics = gifted and/or creative in mathematics. In press in The Elements of Creativity and Giftedness in Mathematics, Sense Publishers, The Netherlands
  19. Sriraman, B., & Yaftian, N. (2010). Mathematical creativity and mathematics education: A derivative of existing research. In press in The Elements of Creativity and Giftedness in Mathematics, Sense Publishers, The Netherlands.
  20. Sriraman, B. & Lee, K. (2010). Commentary on the Cognitive aspects of Early Algebraization. In press in J. Cai & E. Knuth (Eds). Early Alebraization- Curricular, Cognitive and Instructional Perspectives. Advances in Mathematics Education, vol 2, Springer Science, Berlin/Heidelberg.
  21. Sriraman, B., & Juter, K (2013). The interfaces of innovation in mathematics and the arts. In L.V. Shavinina (Ed), The International handbook of Innovation Education, Taylor and Francis, in press.
  22. Sriraman, Bharath & Nardi, Elena (2013) . Theories in Mathematics Education: Some developments and ways forward. In M.A. (Ken) Clements et al. (eds.), Third International Handbook of Mathematics Education, Springer International Handbooks of Education 27, DOI 10.1007/978-1-4614-4684-2_10, Springer Science & Business Media, New York.
  23. Sriraman, B. (2012). Research and Innovation in Mathematics Education Research. Commissioned Chapter in Encyclopedia of Life Support Systems (EOLSS), UNESCO-EOLSS Joint Committee, Paris, France
  24. Sriraman, B., & Umland, K. (2014). Argumentation in mathematics. In Encyclopedia of Mathematics Education, Springer Science & Business.
  25. Sriraman, B., & Umland, K. (2013). Argumentation in mathematics education. In Encyclopedia of Mathematics Education, Springer Science & Business.
  26. Sriraman, B., Oystein, H.P., Lee, K.H. (2013). Creativity in mathematics education. In Encyclopedia of Mathematics Education, Springer Science & Business.
  27. Sriraman, B., & Mousoulides, N. (2013). Mathematical games in learning and teaching. In Encyclopedia of Mathematics Education, Springer Science & Business.
  28. Sriraman, B. & Mousoulides.N (2013). Quasi-empirical reasoning (Lakatos) In Encyclopedia of Mathematics Education, Springer Science & Business.
  29. Lesh, R., Sriraman,B., & English, L. (2014). Theories of learning mathematics. In Encyclopedia of Mathematics Education, Springer Science & Business.
  30. Sriraman, Bharath. (2014). Creativity and gifted education in mathematics. In J. Cai (Ed). Third Handbook on Mathematics Teaching and Learning, NCTM.
  31. Sriraman, Bharath (2014). Political Union/Mathematics Education Disunion- Revisiting European Mathematics Education Research. In. L.D. English & D. Kirshner (Eds). The Handbook of International Research in Mathematics Education (3rd Edition). Routledge, Taylor & Francis.
Major Book Reviews (Refereed)
  1. Sriraman, B. (2005). Demystifying the mathematician's craft: Chasing the elusive or a researchable commodity. Major Book Review of L. Burton (2004) Mathematicians as Enquirers: Kluwer Academic Publishers. Mathematical Thinking & Learning: An International Journal. vol7, no2, pp.171-180.
  2. Sriraman, B. (2005). Polya revisited: The cognitive links between mathematical and analogical reasoning. Major Book Review of L. English (Ed) (2004). Mathematical and Analogical Reasoning of Young Learners. New Jersey: Lawrence Erlbaum & Associates, 224 pages. International Reviews on Mathematical Education, vol37,no.6, pp.506-508.
  3. Sriraman, B. (2006). Insights into Innovation: Implications for Gifted Education. Major Book Review of L. V. Shavinina (Ed) (2003). International Handbook of Innovation: Pergamon Press, 1171 pages. Gifted Child Quarterly, vol.50, no.1,pp.77-79.
  4. Sriraman, B. (2005/06). Major Book Review of L.V. Shavinina& M. Ferrari (Ed.) (2004). Beyond Knowledge: Extra Cognitive aspects of developing high ability. Lawrence Erlbaum & Associates, 248 pages. Interchange: A Quarterly Review of Education, vol. 35, no.6, pp.455-460.
  5. Sriraman, B. (2006). Review of J.I.D. Campbell (Ed.), Handbook of Mathematical Cognition. 508 pages, Psychology Press, Taylor & Francis. Zentralblatt für Didaktik der Mathematik, vol.38, no.3, pp. 311-313.
  6. Sriraman, B. (2006). Bridging the communities of mathematics and mathematics education: Is reconceptualizing the philosophy of mathematics the answer? Review of R. Hersh (Ed.) 18 Unconventional Essays on the nature of mathematics Zentralblatt für Didaktik der Mathematik, 38(4) pp. 361-365.
  7. Sriraman, B. (2006). Post Polya Possibilities, Pedagogy, Practicalities and Promise. Major Book Review of Anne Watson & John Mason (2005), Mathematics as a constructive activity: Learners generating examples,Lawrence Erlbaum & Associates. ISBN 0-8058-4344-2. ). Mathematical Thinking & Learning: An International Journal, vol.8, no.4 pp.433-436.
  8. Sriraman, B. (2007). Non-Determinism, Decision-making and Democracy. Major Book Review of Graham A. Jones (Ed). (2005). Exploring Probability in School: Challenges for teaching and learning. (Springer). Journal for Research in Mathematics Education, vol.38, no. 4, pp. 420-424.
  9. Sriraman, B. (2007). Review of Robert Sternberg and David D. Preiss (Eds). Intelligence and Technology: The impact of tools on the nature and development of human abilities, Lawrence Erlbaum & Associates, 2006. ZDM-The International Journal on Mathematics Education, vol.39, nos1&2, 191-194
  10. Sriraman, Bharath (2007). Review of Review of Ole Skovsmose Traveling Through Education: Uncertainty, Mathematics, Responsibility, Sense Publishers, Rotterdam, 2005, xii+ 244 pages. ISBN 90-77874-03-8. ZDM-The International Journal on Mathematics Education, vol.39, no.4, xxx-xxx.
  11. Sriraman, B. (2007). Beyond Traditional Conceptions of the Philosophy of Mathematics. Review of Reuben Hersh (Editor). 18 Unconventional essays on the nature of mathematics Springer Science & Business Media Inc, New York, 2006, xv + 326 pp. ISBN 0-387-25717-9. Mathematical Thinking & Learning: An International Journal, vol.9, no.2, 173-178
  12. Sriraman,B. & Steinthorsdottir, O (2007). Mathematical competitions and classroom collaboration: antonyms or a new direction for research on teacher beliefs? Review of Tine Wedege and Jeppe Skott (2006), Changing Views and Practices: A study of the KappAbel mathematics competition. Research Report, Norwegian Center for Mathematics Education & Norwegian University of Science and Technology, Trondheim. ISBN 82-471-6040-4. NOMAD (Nordic Studies in Mathematics Education), vol.12, no.1, pp. 67-71.
  13. Sriraman, B. (2008). Affect, competition and collaboration: The curious case of KappAbel. Review of Tine Wedege and Jeppe Skott (2006), Changing Views and Practices: A study of the KappAbel mathematics competition. Research Report, Norwegian Center for Mathematics Education & Norwegian University of Science and Technology, Trondheim. ISBN 82-471-6040-4. Mathematical Thinking & Learning: An International Journal, vol.10, no.2, pp.196-200.
  14. Sriraman, Bharath (2009). On the Identit(ies) of Mathematics Education. Critical Notice of

      Patricia A. Alexander & Philip H. Winne (Eds). Handbook of Educational Psychology (2nd edition). 1055 pages. Lawrence Erlbaum & Associates, 2006.

      Frank. K. Lester (Ed). Second Handbook of Research on Mathematics Teaching and Learning. 1324 pages; Part I- Foundations (pp.1- 107). NCTM & Information Age Publishing, 2007

      Jamie I.D. Campbell (Ed.) Handbook of Mathematical Cognition. 508 pages; Psychology Press: Imprint of Taylor and Francis, 2004.

    Interchange: A Quarterly Review of Education, vol. 40, no.1, pp. 119-135
  15. Sriraman, B. (2009). Educational Psychology and Mathematics Education: Potential for a new symbiosis. In press, Mathematical Thinking & Learning: An International Journal, 11(3), xxx-xxx
  16. Sriraman, B. (2009). What’s all the commotion over commognition? A review of Anna Sfard’s Thinking as Communcating. In press, The Montana Mathematics Enthusiast, 6(3), xxx-xxx
  17. Sriraman, B & Lee, K. (2010). Review of Roza Leikin, Abraham Berman, Boris Koichu (eds): Creativity in Mathematics and the Education of Gifted Students , Sense Publishers, Rotterdam, The Netherlands, 2009, $49.00, ISBN: 978-908790-933-8. ZDM- The International Journal on Mathematics Education, 42(5),pp. 507-510.
  18. Sriraman, B & Lee, K.H (2012). Boole, Dewey, Schoenfeld — Monikers Bridging 150 years of Thought. Review of A.H. Schoenfeld’s (2011) How We Think: A Theory of Goal-Oriented Decision making and its Educational Applications, Routledge, Taylor & Francis. Journal for Research in Mathematics Education, vol.43,no.3, pp.351-355.
  19. Sriraman, B. (2013). Review of Benesch, W., The Ecumenical Cruise and Other Philosophical Tales. Nonetheless Press Interchange: A Quarterly Review of Education. Volume 43, Number 1: pp. 63-65.
  20. Sriraman, B. (2014). Review of Callahan, C. M., & Hertberg-Davis, H. L. (eds.). (2013). Fundamentals of Gifted Education: Considering Multiple Perspectives. Roeper Review. Volume 36, no.2, in press
Journal Issues and Books Edited
  1. Sriraman, Bharath. (2009). Special issue of The Montana Mathematics Enthusiast on Statistics Education/MER in the Southern Hemisphere
  2. Sriraman, Bharath (Guest Editor) (2007). Double issue of Mediterranean Journal for Research in Mathematics Education on Mathematics Gifted and Talented Education.
  3. Sriraman, Bharath (2006) (co-editor with Günter Törner, Christian Gross and Michael Kleine). Selected papers from the 2006 Osnabrück Annual Meeting of German Mathematics Didactics Society. Vol. 38, no.6 Zentralblatt für Didaktik der Mathematik. 82 pages
  4. Sriraman, Bharath (2006) (co-editor with Gabriele Kaiser and Morten Blomhøj) (2006) . Modelling perspectives from around the world. Zentralblatt für Didaktik der Mathematik, vol.38,no.3, 102 pages.
  5. Sriraman, Bharath (co-editor with Gabriele Kaiser and Morten Blomhøj) (2006). Mathematical modeling Empirical and Theoretical perspectives (part A). Zentralblatt für Didaktik der Mathematik. Vol. 38, no.2, 131 pages
  6. Sriraman, Bharath & Lyn English (co-editors) (2006). Theories of mathematics education: European perspectives, commentaries and viable research directions (Part B). Zentralblatt für Didaktik der Mathematik, vol.38, no.1, 81 pages.
  7. Sriraman, Bharath (Editor) (2007). International Perspectives on Social Justice in Mathematics Education. Special Monograph Issue of The Montana Mathematics Enthusiast, January 2007: University of Montana Press, 185 pages
    JRME citation
    JRME Review
    MTL Review
    ZDM Review
  8. Sriraman, Bharath (2006). Theme: A Global Intellectual Collage. The Montana Mathematics Enthusiast, vol3, no.2. 155 pages
  9. Sriraman, Bharath (2006). Theme: Mathematics, Philosophy and Talent Development. The Montana Mathematics Enthusiast, vol3,no.1. 125 pages
  10. Sriraman, Bharath & Lyn English (co-editors) (2005). Theories of mathematics education (Part A). Vol. 37, no.6. International Reviews on Mathematical Education (Zentralblatt für Didaktik der Mathematik), 60 pages.

    This journal issue includes critically reviewed position papers from Lyn D. English, Frank Lester, Richard Lesh, Luis Moreno-Armella, John Pegg David Tall and Bharath Sriraman.
  11. Sriraman, Bharath (2005) (co-editor with Günter Törner, Christian Gross and Michael Kleine). Current topics within international mathematics education research Vol. 37, no.3. International Reviews on Mathematical Education (Zentralblatt für Didaktik der Mathematik). 134 pages.
  12. Sriraman, Bharath (2005) (co-editor with Günter Törner, Christian Gross and Michael Kleine). Teaching mathematics between standards and individual learning: Selected papers from the 2005 German Annual Meeting of Mathematics Education. Vol. 37, no.5. International Reviews on Mathematical Education (Zentralblatt für Didaktik der Mathematik). 111 pages.

    This journal issue includes 17 articles, which are a tiny subset of extended and peer reviewed versions of papers presented at the 39th Annual Meeting of the German Mathematics Didactics Society, Bielefeld, Germany: 28. Feb - 4. March 2005.
  13. Sriraman, Bharath (2005). Theme: Globalization , History, Technology and Mathematics Education. The Montana Mathematics Enthusiast, vol2, no2, 70 pages.
  14. Sriraman, Bharath (2005). Theme: Social Justice, Taxi-cabs and Soap Operatic Mathematics. The Montana Mathematics Enthusiast, vol2,no.1, 80 pages.
  15. Sriraman, Bharath (2004). Theme: Historical and Contemporary Geometry with Applications. The Montana Mathematics Enthusiast, vol1, no.2, 30 pages.
  16. Sriraman, Bharath (2004). Theme: The role of mathematics education research and standards: Implications for the Elementary classroom. Vol.1, no.1, 29 pages
  17. Sriraman, Bharath (Editor) (2007). Zoltan Paul Dienes and the Dynamics of Mathematical Learning. The Montana Mathematics Enthusiast, Monograph 2,pp.i-ii + 1-172.
  18. Mathematics Education and the legacy of Zoltan Paul Dienes
  19. Sriraman, Bharath (Editor) (2007). Festschrift in honor of Günter Törner’s 60th birthday. The Montana Mathematics Enthusiast, Monograph 3, pp. 1-204.

    also published as Sriraman, Bharath (Editor) (2007). Mathematics and Beliefs: Festschrift in honor of Guenter Toerner's 60th birthday. Monograph 3, The Montana Mathematics Enthusiast: Monograph Series in Mathematics Education. Information Age Publishing
  20. Sriraman, Bharath; Michelsen, Claus; Beckmann, Astrid; Freiman Viktor (Editors) (2008). Proceedings of the Second International Symposium on Mathematics and its Connections to the Arts and Sciences (MACAS2). University of Southern Denmark Press.
  21. Sriraman, Bharath (with Ziya Argun and Behiye Ubuz) (2010, forthcoming). Mathematics education in Turkey: A historical, cultural and contemporary overview of research. ZDM- The International Journal on Mathematics Education, vol.42, no.5
  22. Sriraman, Bharath (Editor) (2009, forthcoming). Interdisciplinarity in Mathematics Education. ZDM- The International Journal on Mathematics Education, vol.41, no.1
  23. Sriraman, Bharath (Editor) (2008). Forum: Ethics and Values in Mathematics, Teaching and Learning. The Montana Mathematics Enthusiast, vol5,no1, 166 pages.
  24. Sriraman, B. (Ed). (2008). Creativity, Giftedness, and Talent Development in Mathematics. Information Age Publishing, Charlotte, NC.
  25. Sriraman, B., Bergsten, C., Goodchild, S., Palsdottir, G., Dahl, B., Haapasalo, L. (Eds), (2010). The First Sourcebook on Nordic Research in Mathematics Education. Information Age Publishing, Charlotte, NC. TOC (pdf)
  26. Sriraman, B., & English, L. (Eds).(2010) . Theories of mathematics education: Seeking New Frontiers. Advances in Mathematics Education, Springer Science & Business, Berlin/London.
  27. Ernest, P., Greer, B., Sriraman, B. (2009) (Eds). Critical Issues in Mathematics Education. Information Age Publishing, Charlotte, NC.
  28. Sriraman, B., & Goodchild, S. (2009) (Eds). Relatively and Philosophically Earnest: Festschrift in honor of Paul Ernest’s 65th Birthday.Information Age Publishing, Charlotte, NC.
  29. Review of Festschrift in Science and Education
  30. Sriraman, B., & Freiman, V. (2010). Interdisciplinarity for the 21st century: Proceedings of the 3rd International Symposium on Mathematics and its Connections to Arts and Sciences. Information Age Publishing, Charlotte, NC.
  31. Sriraman, B., and Anne-Birgitte Fyhn (2011). Circumpolar indigeneous world views and their links to mathematics and science. Interchange: A Quarterly Review of Education, vol. 42.
  32. Sriraman, Bharath & Lee, KyeongHwa (Eds) (2010). The Elements of Creativity and Giftedness in Mathematics. Sense Publishers, Rotterdam, The Netherlands.
  33. Ambrose, Don., Sternberg, Robert., Sriraman, Bharath. (2011) (Eds), Confronting Dogmatism in Gifted Education, Routledge, Taylor & Francis.
  34. Sriraman, Bharath., Ambrose, Don., Cross, Tracy. (2013) (Eds), The Roeper School - A Model for Holistic Talent Development
  35. Kim Kyung Hee., Kaufman, James., Baer John, Sriraman, Bharath. (2013) (Eds) Creatively Gifted Students Are Not Like Other Gifted Students: Research, Theory, and Practice.
  36. Sriraman, Bharath., Jinfa Cai, Kyeong-Hwa Lee, Fan Lianghuo, Yoshinori Shimuzu, Lim Chap Sam, K. Subramanium (2012) (Eds). The First Sourcebook on Asian Research in Mathematics Education: China, Korea, Singapore, Japan,Malaysia and India. Under contract with Information Age Publishing, Charlotte, NC.
  37. Sriraman, Bharath (2012) (Ed) Crossroads in the History of Mathematics and Mathematics Education. Under contract with Information Age Publishing, Charlotte, NC.
  38. Chernoff, Egan & Sriraman, Bharath (Eds) (2014) Probabilistic Thinking: Presenting Plural Perspectives (a 2 volume anthology). Under contract with Springer Science, Berlin/Heidelberg
  39. Sriraman, Bharath (2014) (Lead Editor). Abstracts of the First Sourcebook on Asian Research in Mathematics Education: China, Korea, Singapore, Japan, Malaysia and India. Information Age Publishing, Charlotte, NC. ISBN 978-1-61735-825-8
  40. Sriraman, Bharath (2014) (Co-editor). New Perspectives on the Didactic Triangle: Teacher-Student-Content, ZDM- The International Journal on Mathematics Education, vol.44, no.5,pp. 581-695.
  41. Sriraman, Bharath (2014) (co-editor). Korean Research in Mathematics Education. In Abstracts of The First Sourcebook on Asian Research in Mathematics Education:China, Korea, Singapore, Japan, Malaysia, and India. Information Age Publishing, Charlotte, NC.
  42. Sriraman, Bharath (2014) (co-editor). Malaysian Research in Mathematics Education. In Abstracts of The First Sourcebook on Asian Research in Mathematics Education: China, Korea, Singapore, Japan, Malaysia, and India. Information Age Publishing, Charlotte, NC
  43. Huaman-Sumida, L., & Sriraman, B. (2014). Indigenous Universalities and Peculiarities of Innovation. Sense Publishers, Rotterdam
  44. Christer, B., & Sriraman, B. (2014) (Eds). Refractions of Mathematics Education. Information Age Publishing, Charlotte, NC.
Papers presented (International/National/Regional)
  1. Mathematical creativity in the high school classroom, 48th Annual NAGC Convention; Cincinnati, Ohio; November 10th, 2001.
  2. Mathematical creativity in problem-solving situations. Colloquium Lecture Series; University of Montana, Missoula; December 21st, 2001.
  3. Mathematical creativity in the high school student, NCTM Southern Regional Conference, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma; February 21st , 2002.
  4. What is mathematical creativity? 2002 MEA-MFT Educators' Conference. Oct 17-18, 2002.
  5. Generalization processes in combinatorial problem-solving situations. The XX1V Annual Meeting of the Psychology of Mathematics Education - North Atlantic (PMENA) Athens, Georgia. October 28th, 2002.
  6. Mathematical Giftedness and the ability to formulate Generalizations. Research and evaluation strand of the 49th Annual NAGC Convention, Denver, Colorado; Nov. 2, 2002.
  7. Discovering mathematical generalizations via problem solving. Paper presented at the 37th Annual Conference of the GDM (Gesellschaft für Didaktik der Mathematik); Dortmund, Germany: March 2003.
  8. Discovering mathematical generalizations via problem solving. 2003 MEA-MFT Educators' Conference in Billings, Montana. [Montana Council of Teachers of Mathematics (MCTM)/Montana Association of Gifted and Talented Education (AGATE) strand]
  9. Generalization processes in problem-solving situations. 60 minute invited session presented at the Canadian Regional NCTM Conference, Edmonton, Canada; Nov. 20-22, 2003.
  10. Differentiating the mathematics curriculum. 90 minute invited session given at the Montana Association of Gifted and Talented Education (AGATE) Annual Spring Conference in Helena, MT., April 22, 23, & 24, 2004.
  11. Differentiating mathematics via use of novel combinatorial problem solving situations: A model for heterogeneous mathematics classrooms.Paper presented at Topics Study Group 4: Activities and programmes for gifted students. The 10th International congress on Mathematics Education, Copenhagen, Denmark, 2004.
  12. Re-creating the Renaissance. Paper presented at Topics Study Group 21: Relations between mathematics and others subjects of art and science. The 10th International Congress of Mathematics Education, Copenhagen, Denmark, 2004.
  13. Understanding Mathematical creativity: A framework for assessment in the high The XXVI Annual meeting of the Psychology of Mathematics Education- North America, Toronto, Canada : 21-24 October 2004.
  14. Extra-cognitive isomorphic behaviors of mathematically gifted high school students and professional mathematicians. Invited talk at the 15th Annual SAGE Conference [Society for the Advancement of Gifted Education]- The University of Calgary, Canada:19-20 November, 2004.
  15. Creativity and the mathematically gifted student: Specials Topics Presentation in the Creativity Strand of the 51st NAGC Convention, Salt Lake City, Utah, 2004.
  16. Platonism, Mathematics & Theology: Archaic and Modern Connections. The Philosophy Forum, University of Montana. September 21, 2004.
  17. Problem solving research in mathematics education: viable and non-viable mutations. Invited Colloquium Talk at the Institute of Mathematics, Duisburg-Essen University, Germany: 13. January, 2005.
  18. Some practical considerations of problem solving research for the classroom. Invited International Lecture at the Baden-Würtemberg Teachers Workshop in Reutlingen, Germany: 14. January, 2005.
  19. Conceptualizing the notion of model-eliciting. 4th Congress of European Research in Mathematics Education, Sant Feliu de Guixols, Spain: 16-22 February 2005.
  20. Philosophy as a bridge between mathematics, arts and the sciences. Plenary talk at the First International Symposium of Mathematics and its Connections to the Arts and Sciences. The University of Schwäbisch Gmünd, Germany: May 19-21, 2005.
  21. Theories of Mathematics Education. Research Forum (co-presented with Lyn English) at 29th Annual meeting of the International Group of Psychology of Mathematics Education, Melbourne, Australia, July 10- 15, 2005.
  22. Issues and tendencies in German Mathematics Didactics: (co-presented with Guenter Toerner) at 29th Annual meeting of the International Group of Psychology of Mathematics Education: Melbourne, Australia, July 10-15, 2005.
  23. The impediments to formulating generalizations. Short Oral presentation at the 29th Annual meeting of the International Group of Psychology of Mathematics Education: Melbourne, Australia, July 10-15, 2005.
  24. Video-based research on mathematics teaching: Research in the context of video. (with Guenter Toerner, Miriam Sherin and Eva Jablonka. The 27th annual meeting of the North American Chapter of the International Group for the Psychology of Mathematics Education, Roanoke, Virginia Oct.19-24, 2005.
  25. Sriraman, Bharath & Günter Törner (2005). Beliefs about mathematics and teaching scripts from the perspective of Schoenfeld's theory of Teaching-In-Context. The 27th annual meeting of the North American Chapter of the International Group for the Psychology of Mathematics Education, Roanoke, Virginia Oct.19-24, 2005
  26. Videos in collegiate mathematics teaching. The 27th annual meeting of the North American Chapter of the International Group for the Psychology of Mathematics Education, Roanoke, Virginia Oct.19-24, 2005
  27. Quasi-empirical Approaches to mathematics: Recreating the Lakatosian Classroom. The 27th annual meeting of the North American Chapter of the International Group for the Psychology of Mathematics Education, Roanoke, Virginia Oct.19-24, 2005.
  28. Current research trends in mathematics education, Graduate Seminar - Institute of Mathematics, University of Duisburg-Essen, January 4. 2006.
  29. Überblick über Strukturen rund um den Mathematikunterricht in den USA: Schulstrukturen der USA, National Assessment Tests und Mathematiklehrer; die Rolle von Verbänden (z.B. NCTM). MINT Fortbildungsnetzwerk - Düsseldorf-Kaiserswerth (Advanced Teacher training seminar) Germany: January 6. 2006.
  30. Überblick über Entwicklung des Mathematikunterrichts in den USA in den letzen fünfzig Jahren. MINT Fortbildungsnetzwerk - Düsseldorf-Kaiserswerth (Advanced Teacher training seminar) Germany: January 6. 2006.
  31. Problemlösen Reflektion: Was können wir aus den Erfahrungen mit Problemlösen in den USA lernen? MINT Fortbildungsnetzwerk - Düsseldorf-Kaiserswerth (Advanced Teacher training seminar) Germany: January 6. 2006.
  32. NCTM- Standards: Der Ansatz und die Realisierung. Was müssen wir davon in Deutschland wissen? MINT Fortbildungsnetzwerk - Düsseldorf-Kaiserswerth (Advanced Teacher training seminar) Germany: January 6. 2006.
  33. Problem solving research in mathematics education. Colloquium Talk, Department of Education and Developmental Science, University of Hamburg, January 10. 2006.
  34. Literature as a medium to forge interdisciplinary connections between mathematics and philosophy in the school curriculum. Center for Science and Mathematics Education/ Department of Mathematics and Computer Science, University of Southern Denmark, Odense, January 12. 2006.
  35. Mathematical and critical thinking through the use of literature in the secondary classroom. Campus wide guest lecture. Dept of Mathematics and Computer Science, University of Education, Schwäbisch Gmünd, January 16. 2006.
  36. Differentiating to discover mathematical structures. Illinois Association for Gifted Children, 2006 Annual Convention of IAGC meeting, Chicago, Illinois, February, 5-7, 2006.
  37. Problem solving research in mathematics education. 2 hour lecture at the University of Cyprus, February 21, 2006.
  38. Qualitative research methods in mathematics education. One hour lecture/discussion in a Research Seminar at the University of Cyprus, February 22, 2006.
  39. Mathematics and Literature- Colloquium at The University of Moncton, New Brunswick, April 27, 2006.
  40. Four invited guest lectures on the history of mathematics scheduled in joint summer school session of the University of Athens and the University of Cyprus on the island of Ancient Olympia [August 2006].
  41. Differentiating mathematics with the use of modern mathematics fiction: Some implications for the heterogeneous classroom setting. SAGE 17, Calgary, November 2006.
  42. Platonism, Mathematics & Theology. Invited guest lecture in joint summer school session of the University of Athens and the University of Cyprus held on the island of Ancient Olympia [August 21-27, 2006].
  43. From problem solving to modeling. Invited guest lecture in joint summer school session of the University of Athens and the University of Cyprus held on the island of Ancient Olympia [August 21-27, 2006].
  44. Using literature in the mathematics classroom: A historical perspective. Invited guest lecture in joint summer school session of the University of Athens and the University of Cyprus held on the island of Ancient Olympia [August 21-27, 2006].
  45. Combinatorial problem solving- some results from teaching experiments. . Invited guest lecture in joint summer school session of the University of Athens and the University of Cyprus held on the island of Ancient Olympia [August 21-27, 2006].
  46. From Problem solving to Modeling- An overview of the state of international research. University lecture: Iceland University of Education, Reykjavik, Iceland -October.9 2006.
  47. Modeling in the mathematics classroom- Seminar with pre-service teachers: Iceland University of Education, Reykjavik, Iceland -October.10, 2006.
  48. Ideas for innovation in the mathematics classroom- Classroom teachers as researchers: Seminar with pre-service teachers: Iceland University of Education, Reykjavik, Iceland -October.10, 2006.
  49. History and Advances in Theories of Mathematical Learning- Seminar with graduate students: Iceland University of Education, Reykjavik, Iceland -October.11, 2006
  50. Problem solving research in mathematics education. School Science and Mathematics Conference, Missoula, Montana, October 26. 2006.
  51. Differentiating mathematics with the use of modern mathematics fiction: Some implications for the heterogeneous classroom setting. 17th Annual Meeting of the Society for the Advancement of Gifted Education. 17, November 2006, Calgary, Canada.
  52. Mathematical sense making: The interplay between personal and objective meanings. Invited University Lecture at the Graduate School of the University of Hamburg [January 2007]
  53. Problem solving research in mathematics education: Viable and non-viable mutations. Colloquium Talk, Department of Mathematical Sciences, The University of Idaho, December 7, 2006.
  54. Differentiating mathematics with the use of modern mathematics fiction: Some implications for the heterogeneous classroom setting. Illinois Association for Gifted Children, 2007Annual Convention of IAGC meeting, Chicago, Illinois, February, 4-7. 2007.
  55. Tracing students' Modelling processes in elementary and secondary school in Cyprus. 5th European Congress on Mathematics Education (CERME5), Larnaca, Cyprus, Feb.21-27, 2007.
  56. Paradoxes as pathways into polymathy and discovery of mathematical structures. Second International Symposium of Mathematics and its Connections to the Arts and Sciences (MACAS2), Odense, Denmark, 29-31 May 2007.
  57. Problem solving research in the 21st century- One step forward, two steps back? Invited Guest Lecture at Gazi University, Ankara, Turkey: June 1-8, 2007.
  58. Mathematics sense making- The interplay between personal and objective meanings. Invited Guest Lecture at Gazi University, Ankara, Turkey: June 1-8, 2007.
  59. Theories and research in mathematics education. Invited Research Seminar at Gazi University, Ankara, Turkey: June 1-8, 2007
  60. Mathematics and Literature: Perspectives for interdisciplinary classroom pedagogy (with Astrid Beckmann). Paper presented at Symposium on "Mathematics, Science and Art: Contextual, historical, and philosophical connections for contemporary research and pedagogy" at the 9th International History and Philosophy of Science Teaching Conference (IHPST9), Calgary, June 22-27, 2007.
  61. Design Science perspectives in mathematics and science education classroom research. (with Claus Michelsen). Paper presented at Symposium on "Mathematics, Science and Art: Contextual, historical, and philosophical connections for contemporary research and pedagogy" at the 9th International History and Philosophy of Science Teaching Conference (IHPST9), Calgary, June 22-27, 2007.
  62. Sriraman, Bharath (2007). Contemporary issues and practices in mathematics gifted/talented education in the United States. Invited talk at the Center of Gifted Education, University of Buffalo, Oct. 15, 2007
  63. Sriraman, Bharath (2007). Interdisciplinarity in mathematics teacher education. Invited talk at 2007 Oberwolfach Symposium on Professional Development of Mathematics Teachers: Research and Practice from an International Perspective November11- 17, 2007, Oberwolfach, Germany

  64. Oberwolfach, Germany 2007
  65. Sriraman, Bharath (2007). Potentials and Possibilities for Innovation in Mathematics Education. Outstanding Early Career Scholar Talk at the 2007 School Science and Mathematics Convention. Indianapolis, November 16-18, 2007.
    http://www.ssma.org/Newsletters/Final-MathScienceConnector-Spring2008.pdf
  66. Sriraman, Bharath (2008). Contemporary issues and practices in mathematics gifted/talented education in the United States. Invited Colloquium Talk at Department of Mathematics, University of Dortmund, Germany, January 10, 2008
  67. Sriraman, Bharath (2008). Maverick traditions in the philosophy of mathematics. Invited Colloquium talk at Department of Philosophy. University of Alaska, Fairbanks, March 3-6, 2008.
  68. Sriraman, Bharath (2008). Chinese, Indian and Islamic perspectives on the history and philosophy of science. Invited Philosophy of Science lecture, University of Alaska, Fairbanks, March 4.
  69. Sriraman, Bharath (2008). Indian mathematics arising from the vedic and post-vedic Indo Iranian civilizations. Invited Eastern philosophy lecture, University of Alaska, Fairbanks, March 5.
  70. Sriraman, Bharath (and Marianna Papastephanou, in absentia) (2008). Historical, religious and political context in Cyprus: Moving beyond reductionist arguments in the media. International Brown Bag Lectures. The University of Montana, Missoula. March 13, 2008
  71. Sriraman, Bharath. (2008). Talent Development and Social Justice: Amicable Agendas or Conflicting Constructs. Invited Colloquium Talk at the James J. Kaput Center for Research and Innovation in Mathematics Education, University of Massachusetts- Dartmouth. April 2, 2008.
  72. Sriraman, Bharath (2008). Indo-iranian civilizations: The rise and fall of the Mughal empire. Central Asian Brown Bag Lectures. The University of Montana, Missoula. April 10, 2008
  73. Sriraman, Bharath. (2008). On the Identities of Mathematics Education. Keynote Lecture, Queensland University of Technology, Brisbane, Australia, April 19-24, 2008.
  74. Sriraman, Bharath (2008). Identity and Innovation in Mathematics Education. Invited Lecture at the David Wheeler Center for Research in Mathematics Education, Simon Fraser University, Vancouver BC. April 30, 2008.
  75. Sriraman, Bharath (2008). Post-colonial legacy: Contrasting North Cyprus and Indian Kashmir. Central and SW Asian studies Brown bag lecture, University of Montana, Oct.30, 2008
  76. Sriraman, Bharath (2008). Contemporary issues and practices in mathematics gifted/talented education in the United States.Invited Colloquium Talk at Mathematisches Institut, Universität München (University of Munich), Germany, November 6. 2008.
  77. Sriraman, Bharath (2008). On the identities of mathematics education. Invited Colloquium talk at Universitaet Duisburg-Essen (University of Duisburg- Essen), Essen Campus, Germany, November 10, 2008.
  78. Sriraman, Bharath. (2008). Non-European traditions in mathematics and their implications for the teaching and learning of proof. Invited Colloquium Talk at Universität Bremen (University of Bremen), Germany, Nov. 11, 2008.
  79. Sriraman, Bharath. (2008). Maverick traditions in the philosophy of mathematics and their implications on mathematics education. Invited colloquium talk, Washington State University, Dept of Mathematics, Pullman, Washington, November 20th, 2008.
  80. Sriraman, Bharath. (2008). The appropriation (or misappropriation) of Imre Lakatos in Mathematics Education: An Interchange with David Pimm. Invited colloquium talk and seminar, University of Agder, Kristiansand, Norway, December 15. 2008
  81. Sriraman, Bharath (2008). Cultural studies in mathematics as catalysts for peace. Invited colloquium talk and seminar, University of Tromso, Tromso, Norway, December 18. 2008
  82. Sriraman, Bharath. (2009). On Bringing Interdisciplinary ideas to gifted education. Illinois Association for Gifted Children, 2009 Annual Convention of IAGC meeting, Chicago, Illinois, Jan 31- Feb 3. 2009.
  83. Theory and its scientific role in mathematics education. Invited Talk at 40th Annual Meeting of Iranian Mathematical Society, Tehran, August 2009.
  84. Non-European traditions in mathematics and their implications for the teaching and learning of proof. Invited Colloquium Talk. Mathematics Department, Iran University of Science and Technology, Tehran, August 23, 2009.
  85. The appropriation or (mis) appropriation of Imre Lakatos in mathematics education. Invited Colloquium Talk. Mathematics Department, Iran University of Science and Technology, Tehran, August 23, 2009.
  86. A Global view of directions in research, history and theories of mathematics education. Plenary Lecture at Iranian Ministry of Education, Tehran. August 31, 2009. Citation from Ministry [pdf]
  87. How do we develop mathematical talent? An American perspective in light of the NMAP report. Invited Plenary at Bildung und Begabung Wissenschaftscentrum, Bonn, Germany, September 2009.
  88. Sriraman, B. (2009). Theories of Mathematics Education: past, present, future. Lecture in Working Group on Research Advances in Mathematics Education. 31st Annual Meeting of PMENA, Atlanta, Georgia, Sept. 24, 2009.
  89. Sriraman, B. (2009). A Global view of directions in Research, History and Theories of Mathematics Education. Invited Colloquium Talk, Washington State University, October 8, 2009.
  90. Sriraman, B. (2009). A reaction to Paul Ernest's What is First Philosophy in Mathematics Education. Invited Talk at Seminar celebrating Paul Ernest's 65th Birthday. University of Agder, Kristiansand, Norway, October 19, 2009.
  91. Sriraman, B. (2009). Issues and practices in mathematics gifted education. Regular Lecture at University of Stavanger, Norway, October 2009.
  92. Sriraman, B. (2009). Theories of mathematics education: Future directions. Colloquium Talk at University of Stavanger, Norway, October 2009.
  93. Sriraman, B. (2009). Standards in scientific publishing: The case of mathematics education. Research Seminar at University of Stavanger, Norway, October 2009.
  94. Conjecture-proof-refutation and the “real” classroom. Invited talk at University of Agder, Kristiansand, Norway, October 2009.
  95. Sriraman, Bharath (2009). Iran and Its Resplendent Cultural and Historical Mosaic: Humanistic Reflections From a Recent Visit. Public Lecture, The University of Montana, October 29, 2009
  96. Problem solving for the 21st century. Invited Colloquium at Homi Bhabha Center for Maths and Science, Bombay, India, November 2009.
  97. Conjecture-proof-refutation and mathematical creativity. Invited talk at the first joint Korean Mathematical Society & American Mathematical Society meeting, Seoul, Korea, December 2009.
  98. Sriraman, Bharath (2010). Culture and mathematics / the multicultural mathematics classroom. Invited Lecture in Writing Seminar in Skibotn, Norway, Jan 18, 2010.
  99. Sriraman, Bharath (2010). Conceptions of Creativity across time and culture. Doctoral course lecture in "Mathematics – creativity – culture: Indigeneous profiles and Interdisciplinary approaches to innovation, teaching and learning", University of Tromso, Norway, Jan 21-22, 2010.
  100. Sriraman, Bharath (2010) What does innovation mean: examples, issues and case studies from countries. Doctoral course lecture in "Mathematics – creativity – culture: Indigeneous profiles and Interdisciplinary approaches to innovation, teaching and learning", University of Tromso, Norway, Jan 21-22, 2010.
  101. Sriraman, Bharath (2010) Indigeneous knowledge and institutional dynamics- Conflict or Symbiosis? Doctoral course lecture in "Mathematics – creativity – culture: Indigeneous profiles and Interdisciplinary approaches to innovation, teaching and learning", University of Tromso, Norway, Jan 21-22, 2010.
  102. Sriraman, Bharath (2010) Polymathy- for the common person or for eminent individuals? Results from a study. Doctoral course lecture in "Mathematics – creativity – culture: Indigeneous profiles and Interdisciplinary approaches to innovation, teaching and learning", University of Tromso, Norway, Jan 21-22, 2010.
  103. Sriraman, Bharath (2010). Scientific writing and journal culture. Invited Lecture in Faculty of Social Sciences and Education, University of Tromso, Norway. February 1, 2010.
  104. Sriraman, Bharath (2010). Cross cultural comparisons of the notion of giftedness. Key Note Lecture in Nordkalottkonferanse i matematikkdidaktikk/ North Calotte conference in mathematics education Universitetet i Tromsø, Campus Breivika, Norway, 8 - 9. February 2010.
  105. Sriraman, B. (2010). Systems perspectives and network-actor theory in academic journal culture and institutions. Lecture in Writing Seminar on Scientic Publishing, School of Teacher Education, University of Tromso, Norway, February 2, 2010.
  106. Sriraman, B and Anne-Birgitte Fyhn (2010). Mathematics, Culture and Life. Filosofiske Samtaler [Philosophical Conversations]sponsored by Dept of Philosophy, University of Tromso, Norway. MACK ØLHALLEN, FEBRUARY 6th, 2010.
  107. Sriraman, B. (2010). Theories of Mathematics Education- a current view of the field. Invited Colloquium, Dept of Mathematics, Linkopeings University, Sweden. March 11, 2010.
  108. Sriraman, Bharath (2010). A critique of the methodology and research findings of Mathematical modelling in upper secondary mathematics education in Sweden. A curricula and design study. Applied Mathematics Dissertation Opponent Lecture, Linkoeping University, Sweden, March 12, 2010.

  109. Jonas Bergman Arleback's Examining Committee, Linkoeping, Sweden 2010
  110. Sriraman, Bharath (2010). Maverick traditions in the philosophy of mathematics and their implications for mathematics education. Invited Colloquium Talk, Dept of Mathematics, University of Umeå, Sweden, March 15-17, 2010.
  111. Sriraman, Bharath (2010). On the Identities of Mathematics Education: A critical view of the Field. Invited Colloquium Talk. Umeå Mathematics Education Research Centre, University of Umeå, Sweden, March 15-17, 2010.
  112. Sriraman, B. (2010). Fostering creativity in mathematics classrooms. Mini Symposium Talk, University of Umeå, Sweden, March 15, 2010.
  113. Sriraman, Bharath (2010). Systems perspectives and network-actor theory in academic journal culture and institutions- Deconstructing the knowledge industry. Research Seminar Lecture. Umeå Mathematics Education Research Centre, University of Umeå, Sweden, March 15-17, 2010.
  114. Sriraman, B. (2010). The Role of and perspectives of theory in mathematics education: A critical view. Invited Seminar at Nationellt Centrum for Matematikutbildning. Goteborg University, Sweden, March 19, 2010.


  115. Swedish National Center for Mathematics Education, Gothenburg 2010
  116. Sriraman, Bharath (2010). Insights and implications from research: How mathematically gifted high school students learn. Invited Seminar Talk, University of Aarhus, Denmark, March 22, 2010.
  117. Sriraman, B. (2010). On the Identities of Mathematics Education: A critical view of the Field. University of Idaho/Washington State University Mathematics Colloquium series. Moscow, ID. April 8, 2010.
  118. Sriraman, B. (2010). Contemporary issues and practices in mathematics gifted/talented education in the United States. Colloquium Talk, Dept of Mathematics and Statistics, University of New Mexico, Albuquerque, NM. April 22, 2010.
  119. Sriraman, B. (2010). Demythologizing Arab identity among Persian mathematicians in Central Asia’s golden age. INVITED Plenary Talk, 11t Annual Meeting of Iranian Mathematics Education Society, Sari, Mazandaran Province, Iran July 2010. **Cancelled**
  120. Sriraman, B (with others). (2010). A Talent Development Perspective on Educating Mathematically Gifted Students. 57th Annual NAGC Convention, Atlanta, November 2010.
  121. Sriraman, B (Co-organizer). (2010). Teachers as Stake holders in mathematics education research. Banff International Research Station, December 2010.

  122. Sriraman, Bharath (2010). Are there theories of mathematics education: A critical view of the field. Graduate Student Seminar Lecture, School of Education, University of Texas- Austin, July 23, 2010.
  123. Sriraman, Bharath (2010). Characteristics, and treatment of gifted, talented and high ability students in maths. University of Oslo, Doctoral Course Lecture in Gifted and Talented Students in Mathematics – with a focus on high school. Oslo, Norway, October 13-15, 2010.
  124. Sriraman, Bharath (with L. Sissel, A.Hole, H. Aslaksen & P. Ernest (chair)). (2010). What have we learnt about gifted and talented students in maths? What lessons for mainstream maths? University of Oslo, Doctoral Course Lecture in Gifted and Talented Students in Mathematics – with a focus on high school. Oslo, Norway, October 13-15, 2010.
  125. Sriraman, Bharath (2010). Conceptions of Mathematical Creativity -- Issues and Perspectives. Invited Plenary Lecture at Gyeongin National University of Education", Korea November 13, 2010.

  126. Sriraman, Bharath (2010). Conceptions of Creativity -Issues and Perspectives. Invited Lecture at The Korea Foundation for the Advancement of Science and Creativity, Nov. 15. 2010
  127. Sriraman, Bharath (2010). Conceptions of Mathematical Creativity -- Issues and Perspectives. Invited Colloquium Talk at Seoul National University, November 15, 2010.
  128. Sriraman, Bharath (2010). Lakatos and Mathematics Education: Conjecture, Proof and Refutation in the mathematics classroom? Invited Colloquium Talk at Seoul National University, November 16, 2010
  129. Sriraman, Bharath (2010). Conceptions of Mathematical Creativity -- Issues and Perspectives. Invited Colloquium Talk at Cheongju National University of Education, Korea November 17, 2010.


  130. Sriraman, Bharath (2010). Conceptions of Mathematical Creativity -- Issues and Perspectives. Invited Colloquium Talk, Korea National University of Education, November 18, 2010.
  131. Sriraman, Bharath (2010). Lakatos and Mathematics Education: Conjecture, Proof and Refutation in the mathematics classroom? Invited Colloquium Talk, Korea National University of Education, November 19, 2010.


  132. At KNUE with Prof. H.C. Lew and Prof. K.H.Lee
  133. Sriraman, Bharath. (2011). Mathematics Giftedness: Elitism of Egalitarianism. Joint College of Education/Dept of Mathematical Sciences/The Gwenna Moss Center/PIMS Public Lecture. University of Sasketchawan, Saskatoon, Jan 11, 2011.


  134. With Egan Chernoff, University of Sasketchawan
  135. Sriraman, Bharath (2011). Early Enumeration and The Mathematics of Quipus. Guest Lecture in School of Education-Elementary Mathematics Methods Course, University of Sasketchawan, Saskatoon, Canada Jan 12, 2011.
  136. Sriraman, Bharath (2011). A Non Western Survey of the History of Mathematics. Guest Lecture in School of Education- Secondary Mathematics Methods Course, University of Sasketchawan, Saskatoon, Canada Jan 12, 2011.
  137. Sriraman, Bharath (2011). Distinguished Guest of the Minister of Education, Saudi Arabia. Two lectures/workshops at the King Fahd Petroleum University, Dhahran on Creativity & Scientific Publishing. March 2-7, 2011. **Cancelled**
  138. Sriraman, Bharath (2011). Trajectories of Talent Development: the case of science and mathematics Plenary Symposium Speaker, Johns Hopkins Center for the Study of Exceptional Talent, Baltimore, Maryland. March 24, 2011.


  139. Linda Brody, Center for Exceptional Talent, Johns Hopkins University

  140. Sriraman, Bharath (2011). On the identities of mathematics education: A critical view of the field. Invited Talk in Kristianstad University and College/växjö Universitet- Joint Mathematics Education Seminar Series, March 30, 2011.

  141. Kristianstad, Sweden
  142. Sriraman, Bharath (2011). Conceptions of (Mathematical) Creativity- Issues and Perspectives. Invited Colloquium Talk in Lulea University of Technology, Sweden, April 4, 2011.


  143. Eva Jablonka, Lulea University of Technology, Sweden
  144. Sriraman, Bharath (2011). Mathematical Giftedness and Models of Talent Development- Issues, Practices and Challenges. Invited Mathematics Didactics Colloquium Talk. Linkoeping University, Sweden, April 6, 2011.


  145. Linkoeping University, Sweden
  146. Sriraman, Bharath (2011). Transcending the disciplinary boundaries of Experiential Learning: The case of mathematics and science. The Thomas James Distinguished Professorship in Experiential Learning Candidacy Lecture – The University of North Carolina -Chapel Hill. March 14, 2011.
  147. Sriraman, Bharath (2011). Reverse Brain drain: Idiosyncrasies in international (mathematics (education)) doctoral programs. Joint International Programs& Undergraduate Mathematics Seminar Talk. The University of Montana, April 12, 2011.
  148. Sriraman, Bharath (2011). Conceptions of Creativity: How Do Ideas Survive, Mutate and Propagate? Keynote Lecture at the 2011 University of Montana Undergraduate Research Conference, Missoula, MT, April 15, 2011.
  149. Sriraman, Bharath (2011). A Mathematical Satire on Gaining by Reducing. Opening Keynote Lecture at the 2011 SUM Conference [hosted by The Sasketchawan Mathematics Teachers Society], May 6 2011.
  150. Sriraman, Bharath (2011). Polarities in (Nordic) Mathematics Education Research. Plenary Lecture, NORMA 11 (Nordic Conference on Mathematics Education), University of Iceland, Reykjavik, May 11-14, 2011.
  151. Sriraman, B. (2011). Conceptions of Creativity- How do Ideas Survive, mutate and propagate. Invited Seminar Talk, Lund University, Sweden [October 10, 2011]
  152. Sriraman, B. (2011). Transcending the disciplinary boundaries of Experiential Learning- the case of mathematics and science. Invited Seminar Talk, [October 13, 2011].University of East Anglia, U.K.
  153. Sriraman, B. (2011) (w/K. Miraglia &S. Hegedus) Creativity in schools- Exploring Identity, Intimacy and Motivation. Symposium on A Look at Teaching for Creativity in p-16 education. 2011 Annual Meeting of the New England Educational Research Organization, April 27-29NEERO Symposium.
  154. Sriraman, B. (2011) “(w/R. Lesh and others). Models and Modeling Discussion Group, 35th Annual Meeting of the International Group for the Psychology of Mathematics Education (pdf), Ankara, Turkey, July 2011

  155. "Four Part MOLLI Lectures" (1.5 hours each) - Time Traveling through mathematics: A cultural voyeuristic view. Osher Lifelong Learning Institute at The University of Montana (MOLLI)
  156. Sriraman, B. (2011). Time Traveling through mathematics: Intercultural frameworks for understanding ancient periods in the History of Mathematics – The Egyptians. MOLLI Lecture 1, Sept 29.
  157. Sriraman, B. (2011). Time Traveling through mathematics- Early counting, enumeration and calendric systems of the Mayans, Egyptians and Babylonians. MOLLI Lecture 2, October 6
  158. Sriraman, B. (2011). Time Traveling through mathematics- Geometry and Irrationality in Egyptian, Greek and Indian mathematics. MOLLI Lecture 3, October 20
  159. Sriraman, B. (2011). Time Traveling through mathematics- Coming full circle in the post- modern period. MOLLI Lecture 4, October 27.

  160. Sriraman, B. (2011) (w/ G. Palsdottir & O. Dagsdottir). Creativity in mathematics classrooms. Námstefna á Selfossi 4-5 nóvember, Iceland
  161. Sriraman, B (2011) (w/ A.B. Fyhn). Intercultural and indigenous views of mathematics and science: From Alaska to the Sami. University of Tromso, Norway. November 7-10, 2011.
  162. Sriraman, B (2011) (w/A.B. Fyhn). Counting combinatorially in cultural contexts. University of Tromso, Norway. November 7-10, 2011.
  163. Sriraman, B (2011) (w/ A.B Fyhn). Reading and writing mathematics in cultural contexts. University of Tromso, Norway, November 7-10, 2011.
  164. Sriraman, Bharath (2012). Five part Lecture series "Teorías de Educación Matemática". Universidad Nacional del Nordeste [Argentina]. Facultad de Ciencias Exactas y Naturales y Agrimensura.March 29-April 1, 2012.


  165. Sriraman, Bharath (2012). Mathematics as a Liberal Art. Seminar and Interview at Universidad Nacional del Nordeste [Argentina]. Facultad de Ciencias Exactas y Naturales y Agrimensura.April 2012.
  166. Sriraman, B., (2012). Scientific Publishing in Mathematics Education. Invited Talk at Universiti Sainsi, Penang, Malaysia. December 20-24
  167. Sriraman, B. (2012). Theories in mathematics education. Invited Colloquium Talk at Universiti Sainsi, Penang, Malaysia. December 20-24
  168. Sriraman, B. (2012). Workshop on scientific publishing- Do's and Dont's in journal manuscripts. Invited Workshop at Universiti Sainsi, Penang, Malaysia. December 20-24.


  169. Sriraman, Bharath (2013). Introduction to Exploring creativity: From the mathematics classroom to the mathematicians’ mind, 37th Annual Meeting of Canadian Mathematics Education Study Group, Brock University, Ontario, May 25, 2013
  170. Sriraman, Bharath (2013). Invited workshop on mathematical problem posing at the Icelandic Mathematics Teachers Society, Reykjavik.March 11, 2013.
  171. Sriraman, Bharath (2013). Complexity in Model Eliciting Activities. Keynote at 1. Türk Bilgisayar ve Matematik Egitimi Sempozyumu [1st Annual Turkish Symposium in Mathematics Education], Karadeniz Technical University- Trabzon, Turkey, June 20-22, 2013.
  172. Sriraman, B (2013). Modeling in Mathematics Education, Doctoral Seminar, Ahi Evran Üniversitesi, Kirshehir- Turkey, June 25, 2013
  173. Sriraman, B (2013). Identity and Innovation in Mathematics Education, Doctoral Seminar, Ahi Evran Üniversitesi, Kirshehir- Turkey, June 26, 2013
  174. Sriraman, B (2013). Creativity Research in Mathematics Education, Doctoral Seminar, Ahi Evran Üniversitesi, Kirshehir- Turkey, June 27, 2013
  175. Sriraman, B (2013). Scientific Publishing . Ahi Evran Üniversitesi, Doctoral Seminar, Ahi Evran Üniversitesi Kirshehir- Turkey, June 28, 2013
  176. Sriraman, B (2013). Proof research in mathematics education. Doctoral Seminar, Ahi Evran Üniversitesi, Kirshehir- Turkey, July 1, 2013.

  177. "Doctoral Seminar participants- Ahi Evran Üniversitesi, Kirshehir- Turkey"
  178. Sriraman, Bharath (2013). Methodological Issues in Mathematics Education Research. Roundtable Talk with Mathematics Educators. University of the Western Cape, South Africa, September 16, 2013
  179. Sriraman, Bharath (2013). Developments and directions in research in the teaching and learning of Mathematical Modelling and the applications of Mathematics. Seminar for graduate and postgraduate students. University of the Western Cape, South Africa, September 17, 2013.
  180. Sriraman, Bharath (2013). The Dynamics and Dogmas in the Knowledge Industry: Philosophy, Empiricism and Bibliometrics. Public Lecture/Colloquium at University of the Western Cape, South Africa, September 18, 2013.
  181. Sriraman, Bharath. (2013). A survey of myths about high ability educational studies. Invited Faculty Seminar, University of Iceland, December 13, 2013.
  182. Sriraman, Bharath (2013). Transcending the disciplinary boundaries of mathematics and science- The case of creativity. Invited Seminar at the "Creativity and giftedness in mathematics education" Symposium. University of Tromso, Norway. December 18, 2013.
Book Series (co) Edited
  1. Bharath Sriraman (Editor) The Montana Mathematics Enthusiast: Monograph Series in Mathematics Education Information Age Publishing, Charlotte, NC
  2. Bharath Sriraman & Lyn English (Co-editors). International Perspectives on Mathematics Education - Cognition, Equity & Society. Information Age Publishing, Charlotte, NC
  3. Gabriele Kaiser & Bharath Sriraman (Co-editors). Advances in Mathematics Education. Springer Science & Business.
  4. Bharath Sriraman (Series Editor). Advances in Creativity and Giftedness. Sense Publishers, The Netherlands.
  5. International Sourcebooks in Mathematics and Sciences Education Series Editor: Bharath Sriraman
  6. Bharath Sriraman (Series Editor). Advances in Innovation Education. Sense Publishers.
Editorials
  1. Sriraman, Bharath (2004). Editorial, The Montana Mathematics Enthusiast, vol.1,no.1,p.1
  2. Sriraman, Bharath (2004). Editorial, The Montana Mathematics Enthusiast, vol.1,no.1,p.29
  3. Sriraman, Bharath (2005). Editorial: Social Justice, Taxi-Cabs and Soap Operatic mathematics, The Montana Mathematics Enthusiast, vol2,no.1, pp.1-2.
  4. Sriraman, Bharath (2005). Editorial: Globalization, History, Technology and Mathematics Education. The Montana Mathematics Enthusiast, vol2,no.2, pp. 81-82.
  5. Sriraman, Bharath (2005) (with G. Toerner, Michael Kleine & Christian Gross). Editorial: Current topics within international mathematics education research, International Reviews on Mathematical Education, vol. 37, no.3, p.129.
  6. Sriraman, Bharath (2005) (with G. Toerner, Michael Kleine & Christian Gross). Editorial: Teaching mathematics between standards and individual learning - selected papers from the 2005 German annual meeting of mathematics education. International Reviews on Mathematical Education, vol. 37, no.5, p.335.
  7. Sriraman, Bharath (2006). Editorial: Growth & Change. The Montana Mathematics Enthusiast, vol3,no.1,pp. 1-2.
  8. Sriraman, Bharath (2006). Editorial: A Global Intellectual Collage. The Montana Mathematics Enthusiast, vol3,no.2, pp. 126-128.
  9. Sriraman, Bharath (2007).Editorial: New horizons-four years later- The Montana Mathematics Enthusiast, vol4,no.2,pp. 138-140.
  10. Sriraman, Bharath (2007). Guest Editorial: Creativity, Innovation and Talent Development in Mathematics Education. Mediterranean Journal for Research in Mathematics Education (special issue on talent development in mathematics), vol6, nos 1& 2, pp. 1-2.
  11. Sriraman, Bharath (2007) (with Astrid Beckmann & Claus Michelsen). Interdisciplinarity in mathematics, science and arts. Proceedings of the Second International Symposium of Mathematics and its Connections to the Arts and Sciences (MACAS2), University of Southern Denmark Press.
  12. Sriraman, Bharath (2007). The legacy of Zoltan Paul Dienes. The Montana Mathematics Enthusiast, Monograph 2 “Zoltan Paul Dienes and the dynamics of mathematical learning”, pp. i-ii.
  13. Sriraman, Bharath (2007). Gunter Törner: A true academic, friend, wunderbarer mensch. The Montana Mathematics Enthusiast, Monograph 3. “Festschrift in honor of Günter Törner’s 60th birthday”, pp. 1-2.
  14. Sriraman, Bharath (2008).Expanding spheres of influence- The zenith, the nadir and everything in-between. The Montana Mathematics Enthusiast, vol.5, no.1, pp. 1-2.
  15. Sriraman, B. (2008). 2 to 3- An omnibus of features & Policy issues in mathematics education. The Montana Mathematics Enthusiast, vol5, nos2&3, pp.167-168
  16. Sriraman, B. (2009). To publish or not to publish- that is the (editorial) question. The Montana Mathematics Enthusiast, vol 6, nos 1&2, pp.1-2.
  17. Sriraman, B. (2009). Preface to special issue on Interdisciplinary teaching. The Montana Mathematics Enthusiast, vol 6, Supplement 1, 3pp.
  18. Sriraman, B. (2009). The journal wheel keeps on turning. The Montana Mathematics Enthusiast, vol6, no3, pp.295-296.
  19. Sriraman, B., & Kaiser, G. (2010). Series Preface to Advances in Mathematics Education. In B. Sriraman & L. English (Eds). Theories of Mathematics Education: Seeking New Frontiers. Springer Science, Berlin/Heidelberg.
  20. Sriraman, B., & English, L. (2010). A synthesized and forward oriented case for mathematics education. In B. Sriraman & L. English (Eds). Theories of Mathematics Education: Seeking New Frontiers (pp. ix-xi). Springer Science, Berlin.
  21. Sriraman, B., & English, L. (2010). Series Preface to M. Walshaw (Ed). Unpacking Pedagogy: New perspectives for mathematics classrooms. Information Age Publishing, Charlotte, NC. p.vii
  22. Sriraman, B. (2010). New Year Tidings. The Montana Mathematics Enthusiast, 7(1), 1-2.
  23. Sriraman, Bharath (2010). So many journals, so many words, so what…? The Montana Mathematics Enthusiast, 7(nos2 &3), pp. 175-176.
  24. Sriraman, Bharath (2010). Epilogue to The Montana Mathematics Enthusiast, vol7,nos2&3, pp.461-462.
  25. Sriraman, Bharath (2011). Opening 2011's journal treasure chest. The Montana Mathematics Enthusiast, 8(1&2), pp. 1-2.
  26. Sriraman, Bharath & Fyhn, Anne Birgitte (2011). Circumpolar Indigenous Issues, Knowledge, Relations to Education, Science and Mathematics. Interchange: A Quarterly Review of Education, vol 42, no.2, xxx-xxx.
  27. Kaiser, Gabriele & Sriraman, Bharath (2012). Series Preface to H. Forgasz & F. Rivera (Eds). Towards Equity in Mathematics Education: Gender, Culture and Diversity. Advances in Mathematics Education, Monograph No. 3, Springer Science & Business Media, Berlin.
  28. Kaiser, Gabriele & Sriraman, Bharath (2012) . SimCalc- Representation and Scaling: “Vision”-Based Research in Mathematics Education. Series Preface to S. Hegedus & J.Roschelle (Eds). Advances in Mathematics Education, Monograph no.4, Springer Science & Business Media, Berlin.
  29. Sriraman, B. (2013). Editorial: (Why) Yet another issue on Problem Solving? The Mathematics Enthusiast, 10(1&2),pp.1-2.
  30. Sriraman, B. (2013). Editorial: NSF's Math-Science Partnership Projects- Measuring the trickle-down effect of American tax dollars. The Mathematics Enthusiast, 10(3),pp.507-508.
  31. Sriraman, B., & Kaiser G. (2013). Series Preface to English, L.D. & Mulligan, J. T. (Eds.) Reconceptualizing Early Mathematics Learning. Advances in Mathematics Education, Monograph no.6, Springer Science & Business Media, Berlin.
  32. Sriraman, B., & Kaiser, G. (2014). Series Preface to Probabilistic Thinking: Presenting Plural Perspectives. Advances in Mathematics Education, Monograph no.7, Springer Science & Business Media, Berlin.
  33. Sriraman, B., & Törner, G. (2014). The 2010 Banff Workshop on Teachers as Stakeholders in Mathematics Education Research. The Mathematics Enthusiast, vol.11, no.1, pp.1-6.
Travel Articles
  1. Sriraman, B (2011, Fall). Scaling Iceland. Feature article in Expanding Horizons. International Programs,pp3-4,7.
  2. Sriraman, B. (2011, February). Digging Denmark: From Domination to Democracy. Expanding Horizons, IP News Letter, in press
  3. Sriraman, B (2010, September). Arctic Trots, Sub arctic traipses. Expanding Horizons, IP News Letter, pp.4-6
  4. Sriraman, B (2009). Glorious Iran. This is Central Southwest Asia News Letter, pp. 1-4
  5. Sriraman, B. (2009). O'(H)industan: Where art thou? This is Central Southwest Asia News Letter, p.5
  6. Sriraman, B. (2008, December). Building an International Learned Community on Interdisciplinarity: The MACAS Story. Expanding Horizons, IP News Letter, pp.3-4
  7. Sriraman, B. (2008, Fall). Touching Turkey’s Timeless “Osmanli” soul. This is Central Southwest Asia News Letter, pp. 6-7
  8. Sriraman, B. (2008, April). Cyprus: 10,00 years of history, culture and politics. Expanding Horizons, IP News Letter, p.4
  9. Sriraman, B. (2008, February). Sociology and mathematics: Explaining the Icelandic Gender “Anomaly” in PISA 2003. Expanding Horizons, IP News Letter, p.6
  10. Sriraman, B. (2008). Site visit to the island of Aphrodite (University of Cyprus). This is Central Southwest Asia News Letter, p.4
  11. Sriraman, B. (2007, November). Musings on Turkey. Expanding Horizons, IP News Letter, p.2
  12. Sriraman, B. (2007). A life of serendipity and learning, This is Central Southwest Asia News Letter, pp. 2-4
  13. Sriraman, B. (2007, April). International Projects in Cyprus, Germany and Iceland. Expanding Horizons, IP News Letter, p.3
  14. Sriraman, B. (2007, September). International Biennial Symposium on Mathematics and its Connections to the Arts and Sciences. Expanding Horizons, IP News Letter, p.6