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Blomqvist, A., Elamari, U., & Sumpter, L. (2012). Grade 2 and Grade 5 students’ conceptions about mathematics and mathematics education. In Proceedings of NORMA 11: The sixth Nordic conference on mathematics education (pp. 187-196). Reykjavik.

Braathe, HJ. & Solomon, Y. (2014) Choosing mathematics: the narrative of the self as a site of agency, *Educational Studies in Mathematics* *DOI 10.1007/s10649-014-9585-8*

Chronaki, A., & Pechtelidis, Y. (2012). 'Being Good' at Maths. Fabricating Gender Subjectivity. *REDIMAT: Journal for Research in Mathematics Education. Vol. 1, No. 3. *pp. 246-277.

Chronaki, A. (2012). Women in relation to school techonology and mathematics: reading hegemonic discourses via “cyborgs” and “subalterns”. *Special Issue Edited by Benedetto Di Paola & Javier Diez-Palomar. Journal Quaderni di Ricerca in Didatticca (Mathematics). Issue 22 (July 2012).* pp.156-161.

Chronaki, A. (2011). *Disrupting development as the quality/equity discourse: Cyborgs and subalterns in school technoscience.* In B. Atweh, M. Graven, W. Secada & P. Valero (Eds.). Mapping equity and quality in mathematics education. Dordrecht. Springer, pp. 3-21

Chronaki, A. (2009). *Mathematics, Technologies, Education: The gender perspective.* University of Thessaly Press. (175 pages) ISBN – 978-960-8029-88-0

Chronaki, A. (2009). *Women writing for a school mathematics journal: belonging and becoming in a gendered network.* In A. Chronaki. (Ed.). Mathematics, Technologies, Education: The gender perspective. University of Thessaly Publication series, pp. 129-135.

Chronaki, A. (2009). *Mathematics, Technologies, Education: The gender perspective.* University of Thessaly Press. (175 pages) ISBN – 978-960-8029-88-0

Stamou, A., & Chronaki, A. (2009). *Dominant discourses and gender dimensions in the writing of school mathematics: the case of the school magazine Euclid A.* in A. Chronaki (Ed.). Mathematics, Technologies, Education: The gender perspective. University of Thessaly Press, pp. 137-140.

Chronaki, A. (2009). *Technoscience in the ‘body’ of Education: Knowledge and Gender politics*. In A. Chronaki (Ed.). Mathematics, Technologies, Education: The gender perspective. University of Thessaly Press, pp. 7-27.

Chronaki, A. (2008). *‘Sciences entering the ‘body’ of education: Women’s experiences and masculine domains of knowledge’.* In M. Chionidou-Moskofoglou, A. Blunk, R. Sierpinska, Y. Solomon, & R. Tanzberger (Eds.).

**Hall, J. **(2010). The influence of high school and university experiences on women’s pursuit of undergraduate mathematics degrees in Canada. In H. Forgasz, J. R. Becker, K. Lee, & O. B. Steinthorsdottir (Eds.), *International perspectives on gender and mathematics education* (pp. 365-390). Charlotte, NC: Information Age.

**Hall, J. **(2014). Unpacking “gender issues” research. *Philosophy of Mathematics Education Journal, 28.* Available at http://people.exeter.ac.uk/PErnest/pome28/index.html

**Hall, J. **(2012). Gender issues in mathematics: An Ontario perspective. *Journal of Teaching and Learning, 8*(1), 59-72.

With, K. & Solomon, Y (2014) Choosing mathematics in Norway and England: discourses of gender, equity and choice, *Philosophy of Mathematics Education Journal* Vol 28 ISSN 1465-2978 (Online: http://people.exeter.ac.uk/PErnest/pome28/)

Solomon, Y. (2012) Finding a voice? Narrating the female self in mathematics. *Educational Studies in Mathematics* 80 1-2, pp. 171-183

Stamou, A., & Chronaki, A. (2009). *Dominant discourses and gender dimensions in the writing of school mathematics: the case of the school magazine Euclid A.* in A. Chronaki (Ed.). Mathematics, Technologies, Education: The gender perspective. University of Thessaly Press, pp. 137-140.

Sumpter, Lovisa. (2009). *On aspects of mathematical reasoning: affect and gender*. PhD theses. Umea: Department of Mathematics and Mathematical Statistics, Umea Universitet.

Sumpter, L., (2015). Investigating upper secondary school teachers’ conceptions: Is mathematical reasoning gendered? *International Journal of Science and Mathematics Education* (*accepted*).

Sumpter, L. (2015). Taking a European perspective. Part of Leder Panel on “Gender and Mathematics Education Revisited”. In S.J. Cho (Ed.) *The proceedings of the 12*^{th}* International Congress on Mathematics Education* (pp. 161-165). (*in press*) Springer.

Sumpter, L. (2014). Four female mathematicians’ collective narrative: Reasons to leave academia, *Philosophy of Mathematics Education Journal*, 28.

Sumpter, L. (2014). Why Anna left Academia. In Liljedahl, P., Nicol, C., Oesterle, S., & Allan, D. (Eds.). *Proceedings of the Joint Meeting of PME 38 and PME-NA 36 *(Vol. 5, pp 217-224). Vancouver, Canada: PME.

Sumpter, L. (2012a). Upper secondary school students’ gendered conceptions about affect in mathematics, *Nordic Studies in Mathematics Education*, 17(2): 27-47.

Sumpter, L. & Sternevik, E. (2013). Prospective teachers’ conceptions of what characterize a gifted student in mathematics. In M.S. Hannula, P. Portaankorva-Koivisto, A. Laine & L. Näveri (Eds). Current State of Research on Mathematical Beliefs XVIII: Proceedings of the MAVI-18 Conference, September 12-15, 2012, Helsinki, Finland.(pp. 259-270). Helsinki: Unigrafia Oy.

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Barnes, M. S. (1995) The interaction of gender, mathematics and technology: Two viewpoints from the classroom, in S. Groves and R. Tytler (Eds.) *Contemporary Approaches to Research in Mathematics and Science Education * (Geelong : Centre for Studies in Mathematics, Science and Environmental Education, Deakin University).

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Boaler, J. (2002). Paying the Price for "Sugar and Spice": Shifting the Analytical Lens in Equity Research. *Mathematical Thinking and Learning *, 4(2&3): 127-144.

Boaler, J. (2008), Promoting "relational equity" and high mathematics achievement through an innovative mixed-ability approach, *British Educational Research Journal*, 34, (2), 167–194.

Boaler, J. (2008), *What's Math Got to Do With It? Helping Children Learn to Love Their Least Favorite Subject - and Why It's Important for America*. (Viking/Penguin)

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Brandell, Gerd and Staberg, Else-Marie (2008) Mathematics: a female, male or gender-neutral domain? A study of attitudes among students at secondary level, *Gender and Education*, 20(5): 495-510

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Burton, L. (1999) Fables: the tortoise, the hare, the mathematically underachieving male? *Gender and Education *, 11 (4): 413-426.

Burton, L. (ed.) (2003) *Which way social justice for mathematics education? * (Westport , Connecticut / London : Praeger).

Burton, L. (2004) *Mathematicians as enquirers: learning about learning mathematics * (Dordrecht : Kluwer Academic Publishers).

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Casey, M. B., Nuttall, R. and Pezaris, E. (2001) Spatial-mechanical reasoning skills versus mathematics self-confidence as mediators of gender differences on mathematics subtests using cross-national gender biased items, *Journal for Research in Mathematics Education *, 32(1): 28-57.

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Dweck, C. S. (1986) Motivational Processes Affecting Learning. *American Psychologist (Special Issue: Psychological science and education) *, 41(10 ): 1040-1048.

Dweck, C. S. , Goetz, T. E. , & Strauss , N. L. (1980) Sex Differences in Learned Helplessness: Iv. An Experimental and Naturalistic Study of Failure Generalization and Its Mediators. *Journal of Personality and Social Psychology *, 38(3): 441-452.

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Ethington, C. A. (1992) Gender differences in a psychological model of mathematics achievement, *Journal for Research in Mathematics Education *, 23: 166 -181.

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Fennema, E. and Carpenter, T. (1998) New Perspectives on Gender Differences in Mathematics: An Introduction, *Educational Researcher *, 27(5): 4- 5.

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Fennema, E., Carpenter, T. P. , Jacobs , V. R. , Franke, M. L. and Levi , L. W. (1998) New perspectives on gender differences in mathematics: A reprise. *Educational Researcher *, 27(5): 19-21.

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