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Since it began publishing books in 1925, the MAA has been dedicated to quality exposition. Today it has nine different book series that encompass many areas and levels of collegiate mathematics, including biography, history, recreational mathematics, problems, textbooks, classroom resource materials, advanced monographs, and notes on pedagogy. Each year the MAA publishes approximately 15 new books, many of which are now available in print and electronically.

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Featured Books

The Riemann Hypothesis
Roland van der Veen and Jan van de Craats
Varieties of Integration
C. Ray Rosentrater
The G. H. Hardy Reader
Donald J. Albers, Gerald L. Alexanderson, and William Dunham, Editors
Math through the Ages: A Gentle History for Teachers and Others
William P. Berlinghoff and Fernando Q. Gouvêa
Half a Century of Pythagoras Magazine
Alex van den Brandhof, Jan Guichelaar, and Arnout Jaspers, Editors