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HOM SIGMAA 2004 Student Paper Contest Winners

In 2004, HOM SIGMAA, the History of Mathematics Special Interest Group of the Mathematical Association of America, initiated an annual contest for the best papers in the history of mathematics by an undergraduate, coordinated by HOM SIGMAA Program Coordinator Amy Shell-Gellasch. The winners in the inaugural year were:

It Appears That Four Colors Suffice: A Historical Overview of the Four-Color Theorem, by Mark Walters

An Emanji Temple Tablet, by Heath Yates (UMKC)

These papers may be accessed in pdf format by clicking on the titles.

"HOM SIGMAA 2004 Student Paper Contest Winners," Convergence (February 2019)

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