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Mathematical Association of America

Publisher Description

The Mathematical Association of America (MAA) is the largest professional society that focuses on undergraduate mathematics education. Our members include university, college, and high school teachers; graduate and undergraduate students; pure and applied mathematicians; computer scientists; statisticians; and many others in academia, government, business, and industry. We welcome all who are interested in the mathematical sciences. The mission of the MAA is "to advance the mathematical sciences, especially at the collegiate level." This mission guides our core interests:

  • Education: We support learning in the mathematical sciences by encouraging effective curriculum, teaching, and assessment at all levels.
  • Research: We support research, scholarship, and its exposition at all appropriate levels and venues, including research by undergraduates.
  • Professional Development: We provide resources and activities that foster scholarship, professional growth, and cooperation among teachers, other professionals, and students.
  • Public Policy: We influence institutional and public policy through advocacy for the importance, uses, and needs of the mathematical sciences.
  • Public Appreciation: We promote the general understanding and appreciation of mathematics. We encourage students of all ages, particularly those from underrepresented groups, to pursue activities and careers in the mathematical sciences.
Journals in JSTOR from Mathematical Association of America
4 Journals in JSTOR Date Range
The Bibliography 1894 - 2017
The College Mathematics Journal 1984 - 2017
The Two-Year College Mathematics Journal 1970 - 1983
Math Horizons 1993 - 2017
Mathematics Magazine 1947 - 2017
National Mathematics Magazine 1934 - 1945
Mathematics News Letter 1926 - 1934
Books in JSTOR from Mathematical Association of America
118 Books in JSTOR Copyright Date
Aha! Solutions 2009
Algebra and Tiling: Homomorphisms in the Service of Geometry 1994
Analytic Functions of a Complex Variable 1926
Applications of Mathematics in Economics 2013
The Arithmetic Theory of Quadratic Forms 1950
Beautiful Mathematics 2011
The Beauty of Fractals: Six Different Views 2010
Beyond the Quadratic Formula 2013
Calculus: An Active Approach with Projects 2010
Calculus and Its Origins 2012
Calculus Mysteries and Thrillers 1998
Calculus of Variations 1925
Celestial Mechanics 1976
A Century of Advancing Mathematics 2015
Charming Proofs: A Journey into Elegant Mathematics 2010
Combinatorial Mathematics 1963
Complex Analysis: The Geometric Viewpoint 2004
The Contest Problem Book IX: American Mathematics Competitions (AMC 12), 2001–2007 Contests 2008
The Contest Problem Book VII: American Mathematics Competitions, 1995-2000 Contests 2006
The Contest Problem Book VIII: American Mathematics Competitions (AMC 10), 2000–2007 Contests 2008
Counterexamples in Calculus 2010
Creative Mathematics 2006
Current Practices in Quantitative Literacy 2006
Dedekind Sums 1972
Doing the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning in Mathematics 2015
Ergodic Theory of Numbers 2002
Excursions in Classical Analysis: Pathways to Advanced Problem Solving and Undergraduate Research 2010
Explorations in Complex Analysis 2012
Exploring Advanced Euclidean Geometry with GeoGebra 2013
Field Theory and its Classical Problems 1975
First Steps for Math Olympians: Using the American Mathematics Competitions 2006
Five Hundred Mathematical Challenges 1995
Fourier Series and Orthogonal Polynomials 1941
Fourier Series 2005
A Fresh Start for Collegiate Mathematics 2006
A Friendly Mathematics Competition: 35 Years of Teamwork in Indiana 2003
From Calculus to Computers 2005
From Error-Correcting Codes Through Sphere Packings to Simple Groups 1983
Game Theory and Strategy 1993
Game Theory Through Examples 2014
A Garden of Integrals 2007
The Generalized Riemann Integral 1980
Great Moments in Mathematics (After 1650) 1983
Great Moments in Mathematics (Before 1650) 1983
A Guide to Advanced Linear Algebra 2011
A Guide to Advanced Real Analysis 2009
A Guide to Complex Variables 2008
A Guide to Elementary Number Theory 2009
A Guide to Functional Analysis 2013
A Guide to Groups, Rings, and Fields 2012
A Guide to Plane Algebraic Curves 2011
A Guide to Real Variables 2009
A Guide to Topology 2009
Hands on History: A Resource for Teaching Mathematics 2007
The Harmony of the World: 75 Years of Mathematics Magazine 2007
A Historian Looks Back: The Calculus as Algebra and Selected Writings 2010
How Euler Did Even More 2015
Icons of Mathematics: An Exploration of Twenty Key Images 2011
Illustrated Special Relativity Through Its Paradoxes 2013
In the Dark on the Sunny Side: A Memoir of an Out-of-Sight Mathematician 2012
Inequalities from Complex Analysis 2002
Innovative Approaches to Undergraduate Mathematics Courses Beyond Calculus 2005
International Mathematical Olympiads 1986–1999 2003
Irrational Numbers 1985
Keeping it R.E.A.L.: Research Experiences for All Learners 2011
Knot Theory 1993
Learning to Teach and Teaching to Learn Mathematics 2002
Linear Algebra Problem Book 1995
Lobachevskii Illuminated 2011
Making the Connection: Research and Teaching in Undergraduate Mathematics Education 2008
Martin Gardner in the Twenty-First Century 2012
Math Made Visual: Creating Images for Understanding Mathematics 2006
Mathematical Fallacies, Flaws, and Flimflam 2000
A Mathematical Orchard: Problems and Solutions 2012
Mathematical Reminiscences 2001
A Mathematical Space Odyssey: Solid Geometry in the 21st Century 2015
Mathematical Statistics 1927
Mathematical Time Capsules: Historical Modules for the Mathematics Classroom 2010
A Mathematician Comes of Age 2012
Mathematics and Sports 2010
Mathematics Galore!: The First Five Years of the St. Mark’s Institute of Mathematics 2012
Mathematics in Historical Context 2009
The Moore Method: A Pathway to Learner-Centered Instruction 2009
More Fallacies, Flaws, and Flimflam 2013
New Horizons in Geometry 2012
Noncommutative Rings 1994
Non-Euclidean Geometry 1998
A Panaroma of Harmonic Analysis 1999
A Primer of Real Functions 1996
Proof and Other Dilemmas 2008
Proofs that Really Count: The Art of Combinatorial Proof 2003
Random Walks and Electric Networks 1984
Randomness and Recurrence in Dynamical Systems: A Real Analysis Approach 2010
Recent Developments on Introducing a Historical Dimension in Mathematics Education 2011
Rediscovering Mathematics: You Do the Math 2011
Resources for Preparing Middle School Mathematics Teachers 2013
Resources for Teaching Discrete Mathematics: Classroom Projects, History Modules, and Articles 2009
Rings and Ideals 1948
The Schwarz Function and Its Applications 1974
The Sensual Quadratic Form 1997
She Does Math!: Real-Life Problems from Women on the Job 1995
Sherlock Holmes in Babylon: and Other Tales of Mathematical History 2004
Sink or Float?: Thought Problems in Math and Physics 2008
Six Sources of Collapse: A Mathematician’s Perspective on How Things Can Fall Apart in the Blink of an Eye 2012
Solve This: Math Activities for Students and Clubs 2000
Sophie's Diary: A Mathematical Novel 2012
Statistical Independence in Probability, Analysis and Number Theory 1959
Textbooks, Testing, Training: How We Discourage Thinking 2014
A Tour through Mathematical Logic 2005
Undergraduate Mathematics for the Life Sciences: Models, Processes, and Directions 2013
Vectors and Matrices 1943
Visual Group Theory 2009
War Stories from Applied Math: Undergraduate Consultancy Projects 2007
When Less is More: Visualizing Basic Inequalities 2009
Which Numbers are Real? 2012
Who Gave You the Epsilon?: and Other Tales of Mathematical History 2009
The Words of Mathematics: An Etymological Dictionary of Mathematical Terms Used in English 1994
Writing Projects for Mathematics Courses: Crushed Clowns, Cars, and Coffee to Go 2004

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