The Mathematical Intelligencer
The Mathematical Intelligencer publishes articles about mathematics, about mathematicians, and about the history and culture of mathematics. Written in an engaging, informal style,* our pages inform and entertain a broad audience of mathematicians and the wider intellectual community.
We welcome expository articles on all kinds of mathematics, and articles that portray the diversity of mathematical communities and mathematical thought, emergent mathematical communities around the world, new interdisciplinary trends, and relations between mathematics and other areas of culture. Humor is welcome, as are puzzles, poetry, fiction, and art.
*Note: The traditional Definition/Theorem/Proof style of research articles is not appropriate here, nor are articles aimed only at specialists.
- 37 Volumes
- 148 Issues
- 2,475 Articles
- 15 Open Access
- 1977 - 2015 Available between
The Mathematical Tourist
Gizem Karaali (September 2015)
Inventing Tradition in 16th- and 17th-Century Mathematical Sciences: Abraham as Teacher of Arithmetic and Astronomy
Volker R. Remmert (September 2015)
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- The Mathematical Intelligencer
- Volume 1 / 1977 - Volume 37 / 2015
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- Springer US
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