Alan Turing visited the United States during 1936-38 and 1942-43. This article describes how two of Turing's greatest accomplishments, in logic and computer design, were influenced by the first of his two visits to the U.S.

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An error in the study of ancient Chinese mathematics

The classic text presented dynamically and interactively via its logical dependencies

Tips for using digitized museum object records to teach mathematics

The MAA's popular 'Proofs Without Words' enter the multimedia age. We welcome you to contribute!

Bachet's book of mathematical problems and puzzles, or what we now call "mathematical recreations," was very popular.

Robert Fludd's attempt to write a "history of all things" turned out to be very mathematical.

Felix Klein's lectures on elementary geometry, as translated by W. Beman and D. E. Smith

Charles Babbage constructed tables of logarithms for the British Admiralty in 1827.

Author aims for more engaging student projects using work of Euler and Turing as examples.