Dr. Ron Eglash received his B.S. in Cybernetics, his M.S. in Systems Engineering, and his PhD in History of Consciousness, all from the University of California. A Fulbright postdoctoral fellowship enabled his field research on African ethnomathematics, which was published by Rutgers University Press as African Fractals: Modern Computing and Indigenous Design. He is now an associate professor of Science and Technology Studies at Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, where he teaches a studio class on the design of educational technologies as well as graduate seminars in social studies of science and technology. His “Culturally Situated Design Tools” software, offering math and computing education from African American, Native American, and Latino arts and practices, is available for free at http://csdt.rpi.edu.