A brief history of mathematics aimed at college students with little technical knowledge of mathematics.

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

A book delving into the working of the mathematical mind.

The development of 30 important mathematics subjects during the twentieth century made understandable to undergraduate mathematics majors.

A detailed study of the cycles of the Mayan calendar, along with some other ancient calendars.

A survey of techniques of minimizing and maximizing over the centuries.

In this fascinating and accessible book, the author devotes one lively, informative page of description and one striking, full-page illustration to each of 250 milestones in mathematics.

The story of the negative numbers

A section of a much larger website, dealing with some random topics in the history of mathematics.

A reprint of the 32nd yearbook of the NCTM, dealing with developments in mathematics education in the U.S. and Canada. In particular, it gives a history of the various reform movements up to the publication date of 1980.

This book explores the history of mathematics from the perspective of the creative tension between common sense and the "impossible" as the author follows the discovery or invention of new concepts that have marked mathematical progress.