Mpoyi Luboya shares his learning journey with mathematics during the pandemic. He kindly offers his experience to others to help them through this novel situation.
Noah Giansiracusa explains how the exploration of interdisciplinary mathematics appears particularly relevant in moments where beauty must shine through in the darkest of times
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Professor Howard Phillips is a well-respected emeritus faculty at the University of Cape Town. History of epidemics/pandemics is one of the areas in which he has worked extensively. His book 'Plague, Pox And Pandemics : A Jacana Pocket History of Epidemics in South Africa' traces the history of South Africa and its battle with five epidemics, namely: Smallpox, Spanish flu, Bubonic plague, Polio and HIV-AIDS. In this interview, when the world is in the middle of yet another pandemic, professor Phillips tells us what we can learn from history.