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Index of Award-Winning Articles on History of Mathematics – The Evans Award

Trevor Evans Awards

For exceptional articles that are accessible to undergraduates and published in Math Horizons.

2009

Randy K. Schwartz
The Birth of the Meter
Math Horizons, September 2008, pp. 14–17, 31.

2008

William Dunham
Euler’s Amicable Numbers
Math Horizons, November 2007, pp. 5–7.

2007

Adrian Rice and Eve Torrence
Lewis Carroll's Condensation Method for Evaluating Determinants
Math Horizons, November 2006, pp. 12–15.

2006

Ronald Barnes and Linda Becerra
The Evolution of Mathematical Certainty
Math Horizons, September 2005, pp. 13–17.

2004

Douglas Dunham
A Tale Both Shocking and Hyperbolic
Math Horizons, April 2003, pp. 22–26.

Hugh McCague
A Mathematical Look at a Medieval Cathedral
Math Horizons, April 2003, pp. 11–15, 31.

2000

Peter Schumer
The Magician of Budapest
Math Horizons, April 1999, pp. 5–9.

1999

Ravi Vakil
The Youngest Tenured Professor in Harvard History
Math Horizons, September 1998, pp. 8–12.

1998

Tom M. Apostol
What Is the Most Surprising Result in Mathematics?
Math Horizons, February 1997, pp. 26–31.

1997

William Dunham
1996-—A Triple Anniversary
Math Horizons, September 1996, pp. 8–13.

1996

Joel Chan
As Easy as Pi
Math Horizons, Winter 1993, pp. 18–19.

Underwood Dudley
Why History?
Math Horizons, November 1994, pp. 10–11.

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