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Book Series

Anneli Lax New Mathematical Library

Features fresh approaches and broad coverage of topics especially suitable for high school and the first two years of college. The volumes in this series are an excellent source of enrichment material for teachers and students. Good mathematical reading.

Contact John McCleary at [email protected]

Anneli Lax New Mathematical Library

Dolciani Mathematical Expositions

Aimed at a broad audience, books in the Dolciani Mathematical Exposition series present mathematical elegance and ingenuity across the entire spectrum of mathematics, especially in areas covered in the undergraduate mathematics major. Assumed levels of background range up to that of an undergraduate mathematics major.

Contact C Ray Rosentrater at [email protected]

Dolciani Mathematical Expositions

Spectrum

To publish a broad range of high-quality volumes that complement existing series and round out the Association's overall book publishing program. Such volumes might be biographies, accessible expositions of old or new mathematical ideas, elementary problem books, volumes dealing with historical topics, books that focus on the teaching of mathematics, reprints and revisions of excellent out-of-print books, popular works, and other monographs of high interest that will appeal to a broad range of readers: students and teachers of mathematics, mathematical amateurs, and researchers.

Contact Stan Seltzer at [email protected]

Spectrum

 

Carus Mathematical Monographs

Carus volumes should be expositions of mathematical subjects set forth in a manner comprehensible not only to teachers and students specializing in mathematics, but also to scientific workers in other fields. The monographs are intended for the wide circle of thoughtful people familiar with basic graduate or advanced undergraduate mathematics, encountered either in the study of mathematics itself or in the context of related disciplines, who wish to extend their knowledge without prolonged and critical study of mathematical journals and treatises.

Contact Bruce Palka at [email protected]

Carus Mathematical Monographs

MAA Notes

The MAA Notes Series, started in 1982, addresses a broad range of topics and themes of interest to all who are involved with undergraduate mathematics. Often, Notes materials focus on pedagogical practices and research. The volumes in this series are readable, informative, and useful, and help the mathematical community keep up with developments of importance to mathematics..

Contact Elizabeth W McMahon at [email protected]

Contact Brian Katz at [email protected]

MAA Notes

Problem Books

This series will include a variety of books related to problems and problem-solving including collections of problems from prominent mathematical competitions, collections of problems specific to particular branches of mathematics, and books on the art and practice of problem-solving.

Contact George Gilbert at [email protected]

Problem Books

 

Classroom Resource Materials

Classroom Resource Materials contains books and collections of modules often organized around an individual course, mathematical theme, or innovative pedagogical practice. The series also includes unusual textbooks. The focus of books may lie outside the curriculum and instead contribute to other facets of a professor's teaching mission such as creating undergraduate research programs, introducing career options to math majors, and developing mathematical communities.

Contact Cynthia Huffman email at [email protected]

Classroom Resource Materials

MAA Textbooks

The MAA Textbooks series publishes high-quality textbooks that span the undergraduate mathematics experience. MAA textbooks range from those used in a first mathematics or quantitative literacy course to those used in upper-level mathematics courses. The series prizes and produces well-written and thoughtfully structured textbooks that provide value for both students and instructors. The series aims to produce highest quality affordable alternatives to for-profit publishers for undergraduate instruction. We aim for at least six volumes per year.

Contact William Green at [email protected]

Suzanne Larson at [email protected]

Textbooks