Monthly Archives: November 2016

Culture, Conventions and Publishing in Math

When should mathematics students begin publishing in research journals? The publication resumes of many graduate students in recent years are impressive.  It is not unusual for a student to have several refereed journal articles before getting a PhD, and these … Continue reading

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Author Interview: Richard Evan Schwartz

Richard Evan Schwartz has written math books for a range of audiences: for university students, researchers, and several for children.  His distinctive approach brings a touch of childlike freedom to his high-level research monographs, and mathematical depth to his whimsical … Continue reading

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Author Interview: Tamara Lakins

This is the first in a series of author interviews.  Enjoy! Suggestions for further mathematics author interviews can be made via the comments or email to The Tools of Mathematical Reasoning by Tamara Lakins was published in the AMS … Continue reading

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