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Article Series in Convergence

In addition to stand-alone articles, Convergence encourages submissions for series providing information, resources, and classroom-ready materials suitable for teaching mathematics through its history. Series that have appeared in Convergence are listed below:

HOM SIGMAA Student Contest Winning Papers

Keys to Mathematical Treasure Chests

A series that offers examples of how online databases of mathematical objects can be mined to unlock the collections that they preserve for use in research and teaching.

Math Origins

Erik R. Tou explores how concepts, definitions, and theorems familiar to today's students of mathematics were developed over time.

Reprints from NCTM’s Mathematics Teacher

A Series of Mini-projects from TRansforming Instruction in Undergraduate Mathematics via Primary Historical Sources

A collection of student-ready projects for use in teaching standard topics from across the undergraduate curriculum.

Teaching and Learning the Trigonometric Functions through Their Origins

A series of curricular units by Daniel E. Otero based on primary source texts for use in teaching and learning trigonometry.

"Article Series in [i]Convergence[/i]," Convergence (December 2020)