These are listed with the most recent meeting at the top, older meetings can be found down lower. Paper titles link to the abstracts (usually in pdf format). The file naming refers to the abstract number assigned to papers by the AMS for the Joint Meetings (or to something I generate if the paper was not submitted through the AMS). Sorry that these filenames are not more informative, but I don't know if I could come up with anything better while still guaranteeing they don't conflict with each other.
Joint Math Meeting 2015: San Antonio, TX
Joint Math Meeting 2014: Baltimore, MD
Joint Math Meeting 2012: Boston MA
SIGMAA-QL Business Meeting, Hynes Center Room 309
Know Your Chances: A curriculum to help students become better consumers of health statistics.
(Assoc. Prof., Dept. of Medicine, Community, and Family Medicine Dartmouth Medical School), (Assoc. Prof., Dept. of Medicine, Community, and Family Medicine Dartmouth Medical School).
MathFest 2011: Lexington, Kentucky
Joint Math Meeting 2011: New Orleans LA
AMS-MAA-MER Special Session on Mathematics and Education Reform: The Role of QL in the High School Mathematics Curriculum
Joint Math Meeting 2010: San Francisco CA
Quantitative Reasoning and the Environment
General Contributed Papers
Joint Math Meeting 2009: Washington DC
Quantitative Literacy Across the Curriculum
MathFest 2008: Madison, WI
The Role of Quantitative Literacy Centers in Supporting Students and Faculty.
(Hollins University), (University of Washington Bothell), (Trinity College), (Wellesley College).
MathFest 2007: San Jose, CA
Quantitative Literacy, Mathematics, and Civic Engagement.
(University of Massachusetts Boston), (Belmont University), (Lafayette College), (Moravian College).
Credit Card Nation: The Consequences of America’s Addiction to Credit by Robert D. Manning
The Two-Income Trap: Why Middle-Class Parents are Going Broke by Elizabeth Warren and Emily Warren Tyagi
Maxed Out: Hard Times, Easy Lenders, and the Era of Predatory Lending by James D. Scurlock
The Winner-Take-All Society: Why the Few at the Top Get So Much More Than the Rest of Us by Robert H. Frank and Phillip J. Cook
Falling Behind: How Rising Inequality Harms the Middle Class by Robert H. Frank
On Economic Inequality by Amartya Sen
MathFest 2006: Knoxville, TN
Several Perspectives on Quantitative Literacy in the Undergraduate Program.
(Hollins University), (University of Massachusetts Boston).
Joint Mathematics Meeting 2006: San Antonio, TX
Achieving Quantitative Literacy
A Contemporary Approach to Quantitative Literacy in a College Mathematics Curriculum.
(Arizona State University), (Arizona State University), (Arizona State University).
MathFest 2005: Albuquerque, NM
General Contributed Paper Session