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According to Wikipedia, Judith "Judy" Roitman is a mathematician, a retired professor at the University of Kansas. She specializes in set theory, topology, Boolean algebras, and mathematics education. Biography Roitman was born in 1945 in New York City. She attended Oberlin College, followed by Sarah Lawrence College, graduating in 1966 with a degree in English literature. Next, she became interested in mathematical linguistics. As she had little formal mathematical education, Roitman started taking mathematics classes at the University of California, Berkeley and San Francisco State University. She had enjoyed mathematics as a high school student and found her interest renewed. In 1969 she started graduate studies in mathematics at Berkeley. During graduate school, she spent some time teaching mathematics in elementary schools as a Community Teaching Fellow with Project SEED. Roitman received her Ph.D. in 1974 from UC Berkeley with a thesis in topology; her thesis advisor was Robert M. Solovay. She taught at Wellesley College for three years, then spent a semester at the Institute for Advanced Study. She has been at the University of Kansas since then.

- Basic S and L (1984) (68)
- Correction to: Adding a random or a Cohen real: topological consequences and the effect on Martin's axiom (1979) (55)
- Introduction to modern set theory (1990) (53)
- CH with no Ostaszewski spaces (1999) (35)
- Height and width of superatomic Boolean algebras (1985) (26)
- More paracompact box products (1979) (18)
- Non-isomorphic hyper-real fields from non-isomorphic ultrapowers (1982) (17)
- Zen sourcebook : traditional documents from China, Korea, and Japan (2008) (16)
- A very thin thick superatomic Boolean algebra (1985) (14)
- The spread of regular spaces (1978) (14)
- Paracompact box products in forcing extensions (1979) (13)
- A REFORMULATION OF S AND L (1978) (12)
- Luzin and anti-Luzin almost disjoint families (1997) (10)
- Attaining the spread at cardinals of cofinality $\omega $. (1977) (10)
- A Mathematician Looks at National Standards (1998) (9)
- Easy S and L groups (1980) (9)
- Attaining the spread at cardinals which are not strong limits. (1975) (8)
- p-points in iterated forcing extensions (1978) (6)
- Beyond the Math Wars (1999) (6)
- A space homeomorphic to each uncountable closed subspace under CH (1994) (5)
- Coarser connected topologies (2004) (4)
- Soundoff!–Who Is Dick Askey and Why Is He So Upset about the Standards? (1996) (4)
- The uses of set theory (1992) (4)
- Paracompactness, normality, and related properties of topologies on infinite products (2015) (4)
- More homogeneous almost disjoint families (2002) (3)
- Which spaces have a coarser connected Hausdorff topology (2002) (3)
- A space of small spread without the usual properties (1974) (2)
- ω! Can be a Nontrivial Automorphism Group (1991) (2)
- Maps of Ostaszewski and related spaces (1996) (2)
- PARTITIONING SPACES WHICH ARE BOTH RIGHT AND LEFT SEPARATED (1979) (2)
- Revising the NCTM Standards (2000) (2)
- The number of automorphisms of an atomic Boolean algebra. (1981) (1)
- Memories of Mary Ellen Rudin (2015) (1)
- Autohomeomorphisms of Thin‐Tall Locally Compact Scattered Spaces in ZFC (1993) (1)
- Decompositions of Simplicial Complexes (2018) (1)
- Uncountable autohomeomorphism groups of thin-tall locally compact scattered spaces (1992) (1)
- PARACOMPACTNESS OF BOX PRODUCTS AND THEIR SUBSPACES (2007) (1)
- Commentaries on Mathematics and Science Standards. Occasional Paper. (1997) (1)
- Zoltán Balogh Memorial Topology Conference Abstracts Metrizably Fibered Go-spaces Forcing Hereditarily Separable Countably Compact Group Topologies (2002) (0)
- Stiff algebras (1995) (0)
- Review: James M. Henle, An Outline of Set Theory (1987) (0)
- Math Graphics: A Review of Two Books (2017) (0)
- BOOKS RECEIVED FOR REVIEW (2008) (0)
- /»-POINTS IN ITERATED FORCING EXTENSIONS (2010) (0)
- THE PARACOMPACTNESS OF SPACES RELATED TO UNCOUNTABLE BOX PRODUCTS by (2007) (0)
- Conference in Honor of Mary Ellen Rudin a (1993) (0)
- Almost rigid Hopfian and dual Hopfian atomic Boolean algebras. (1981) (0)
- L O ] 1 D ec 1 99 7 Luzin and anti-Luzin almost disjoint families (2008) (0)
- A Sketch of an Intellectual Biography (1997) (0)

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