Professor Shulman specializes in Mathematical Physics.
Born in Champaign, IL, Feb. 8, 1951. Raised in New York City. Attended Bronx High School of Science, graduated in 1968. Lived on a farm in upstate New York until 1971. Daughter born in 1972. Worked as editor at Third Press Publishing Co. 1972 – 1975. Attended Naropa Institute Jack Kerouac School of Disembodied Poetics, Boulder, CO., 1975 – 1978. Studied with Allen Ginsberg and Anne Waldman. Ran a writing workshop at Boulder County Justice Center for prisoners 1977 – 1979. Edited and published the poetry journal _Bombay Gin_ 1976 – 1979. Transcribed and edited manuscripts for Ginsberg, Waldman, et. al. 1979 – 1981. Attended University of Colorado at Boulder and received PhD in Mathematical Physics, 1981 – 1991. Professor in Mathematics Department at Bates College, 1991 – present. Chair of Mathematics Department 2007 – present. Current scholarly research interests: Mathematical Biology; Game Theory; History and Philosophy of Science; Feminist Science Studies; Mathematics Education.