Review of a book that suggests that the accepted historical chronology is fundamentally flawed.

Reviews of books, websites, poster sets, movies, and other resources for learning and teaching the history of mathematics.

Review of a book that suggests that the accepted historical chronology is fundamentally flawed.

A website with links to information about numerous topics in the history of mathematics.

Author Keith Devlin argues that the impact of the Pisan merchant and his Arabic numbers on medieval Europe was even greater than previously thought.

A new edition of a classic work on number theory.

A collection of articles in the history of mathematics that appeared in journals of the Mathematical Association of America over the past 90 years.

A historically minded textbook designed to teach real analysis by considering some of the problems faced by 19th century mathematicians.

The history of the four color problem with sketches of the attempted proofs in the nineteenth century and an outline of the computer proof of the twentieth century.

A survey of this theorem's 4000 year history, with applications to many fields.

Archimedes' work, The Method, explained, along with many other important ideas of the great Greek geometer.

A survey of the use of technology in American mathematics teaching over the past 200 years.