March 2017

Aydın, E., Delice, A., & Demiroğlu. D. (2016). An analysis of history of mathematics research literature in Turkey: the mathematics education perspective. BSHM Bulletin: Journal of the British Society for the History of Mathematics, 31(3), 215-229.

Barrow-Green, J., & Siegmund-Schultze, R. (2016). “The first man on the street” — tracing a famous Hilbert quote (1900) back to Gergonne (1825). Historia Mathematica, 43(4), 415-426.

Beeley, P. (2017). ‘To the publike advancement’ John Collins and the promotion of mathematical knowledge in Restoration England. BSHM Bulletin: Journal of the British Society for the History of Mathematics, 32(1), 61-74.

Biggs, N. (2017). More seventeenth-century networks. BSHM Bulletin: Journal of the British Society for the History of Mathematics, 32(1), 30-39.

Brioschi, A., & Rosso, R. (2016). Eugenio Beltrami’s courses on the analytic and mechanical theory of heat. I. Analytic theory of heat. Historia Mathematica, 43(4), 399-414.

Capobianco, G., Enea, M. R., & Ferraro, G. (2017). Geometry and analysis in Euler’s integral calculus. Archive for History of Exact Sciences, 71(1), 1-38.

Clark, K. M., & Harrington, E. P. (2016). The Paul A M Dirac papers at Florida State University: a search for informal mathematical investigations. BSHM Bulletin: Journal of the British Society for the History of Mathematics, 31(3), 205-214.

De Risi, V. (2016). The development of Euclidean axiomatics. Archive for History of Exact Sciences, 70(6), 591-676.

Del Centina, A. (2016). On Kepler’s system of conics in Astronomiae pars optica. Archive for History of Exact Sciences, 70(6), 567-589.

Fiocca, A. (2017). The Bullettino di Bibliografia e di Storia delle Scienze Matematiche e Fisiche (1868–1887), an example of the internationalisation of research. Historia Mathematica, 44(1), 1-30.

Goldstein, B. R., & Chabás, J. (2017). Analysis of the astronomical tables for 1340 compiled by Immanuel ben Jacob Bonfils. Archive for History of Exact Sciences, 71(1), 71-108.

Goulding, R., & Schemmel, M. (2017). The manuscripts of Thomas Harriot (1560–1621). BSHM Bulletin: Journal of the British Society for the History of Mathematics, 32(1), 17-19.

Haffner, E. (2017). Strategical use(s) of arithmetic in Richard Dedekind and Heinrich Weber’s Theorie der algebraischen Funktionen einer Veränderlichen. Historia Mathematica, 44(1), 31-69.

Harper, J. F. (2016). Defining continuity of real functions of real variables. BSHM Bulletin: Journal of the British Society for the History of Mathematics, 31(3), 189-204.

Lê, F. (2017). Alfred Clebsch’s “Geometrical Clothing” of the theory of the quintic equation. Archive for History of Exact Sciences, 71(1), 39-70.

Massa-Esteve, M. R. (2017). Mengoli’s mathematical ideas in Leibniz’s excerpts. BSHM Bulletin: Journal of the British Society for the History of Mathematics, 32(1), 40-60.

Moyon, M. (2016). Fibonacci. Extraits du Livre du calcul (Liber Abaci). Collection «Classique Kangourou», Paris, ACL-Les éditions du Kangourou, 64 p.

Marshall, K. H. (2017). A plurality of algebras, 1200–1600: Algebraic Europe from Fibonacci to Clavius. BSHM Bulletin: Journal of the British Society for the History of Mathematics, 32(1), 2-16.

Pisano, R., & Bussotti, P. (2016). A Newtonian tale details on notes and proofs in Geneva edition of Newton’s Principia. BSHM Bulletin: Journal of the British Society for the History of Mathematics, 31(3), 160-178.

Rauff, J. V. (2016). The algebra of marriage: an episode in applied group theory. BSHM Bulletin: Journal of the British Society for the History of Mathematics, 31(3), 230-244.

Rodhe, S. (2017). A forgotten booklet by Goldbach now rediscovered and three versions of its contents. BSHM Bulletin: Journal of the British Society for the History of Mathematics, 32(1), 75-90.

Schubring, G. (2017). Searches for the origins of the epistemological concept of model in mathematics. Archive for History of Exact Sciences, (not assigned to a number)

Sharp, J. (2016). Folding the regular pentagon. BSHM Bulletin: Journal of the British Society for the History of Mathematics, 31(3), 179-188.

Sonar, T. (2017). … in the darkest night that is … Briggs, Blundeville, Wright, and the misconception of finding latitude. BSHM Bulletin: Journal of the British Society for the History of Mathematics, 32(1), 20-29.

Verburgt, L. M., & Hoppe-Kondrikova, O. (2016). On A.Ya. Khinchin’s paper ‘Ideas of intuitionism and the struggle for a subject matter in contemporary mathematics’ (1926): A translation with introduction and commentary. Historia Mathematica, 43(4), 369-398.

Wardhaugh, B. (2017). Charles Hutton: ‘One of the greatest mathematicians in Europe’?. BSHM Bulletin: Journal of the British Society for the History of Mathematics, 32(1), 91-99.

 

November 2016

Blåsjö, R. (2016). In defence of geometrical algebra. Archive for History of Exact Sciences, 70(3), 325-359.

Bullynck, L. (2016). Histories of algorithms: Past, present and future. Historia Mathematica, 43(3), 332-341.

Burn, B. (2016). Early tables resembling those of natural logarithms. BSHM Bulletin: Journal of the British Society for the History of Mathematics, 31(2), 112-122.

Caglayan, G. (2016). Exploring the lunes of Hippocrates in a dynamic geometry environment. BSHM Bulletin: Journal of the British Society for the History of Mathematics, 31(2), 144-153.

Corry, L. (2016). Some distributivity-like results in the medieval arithmetic of Jordanus Nemorarius and Campanus de Novara. Historia Mathematica, 43(3), 310-331.

D’Ambrosio, U. (2016). Paulus Gerdes (1952–2014). Historia Mathematica, 43(2), 129-132.

DeCesare, R. (2016). Robert Patterson: American ‘revolutionary’ mathematician. BSHM Bulletin: Journal of the British Society for the History of Mathematics, 31(1), 31-46.

Despeaux, S. E., & Rice, A. C. (2016). Augustus De Morgan’s anonymous reviews for The Athenæum: A mirror of a Victorian mathematician. Historia Mathematica, 43(2), 148-171.

Folkerts, M., Launert, D., & Thom, A. (2016). Jost Bürgi’s method for calculating sines. Historia Mathematica, 43(2), 133-147.

Friedman, M. (2016). Two beginnings of geometry and folding: Hermann Wiener and Sundara Row. BSHM Bulletin: Journal of the British Society for the History of Mathematics, 31(1), 52-68.

Hollings, C. (2016). A tale of mathematical myth-making: E T Bell and the ‘arithmetization of algebra’. BSHM Bulletin: Journal of the British Society for the History of Mathematics, 31(1), 69-80.

Iurato, G., & Ruta, G. (2016). On the role of virtual work in Levi-Civita’s parallel transport. Archive for History of Exact Sciences, 70(5), 553-565.

Lee, P. M. (2016). George Eliot and mathematics. BSHM Bulletin: Journal of the British Society for the History of Mathematics, 31(2), 154.

Lewis, E. F. (2016). P G Tait’s statistical models. BSHM Bulletin: Journal of the British Society for the History of Mathematics, 31(2), 128-143.

Lorenat, J. (2016). Synthetic and analytic geometries in the publications of Jakob Steiner and Julius Plücker (1827–1829). Archive for History of Exact Sciences, 70(4), 413-462.

Masià, R. (2016). A new reading of Archytas’ doubling of the cube and its implications. Archive for History of Exact Sciences, 70(2), 175-204.

Murphy, D. (2016). George Boole and Walsh’s delusions. BSHM Bulletin: Journal of the British Society for the History of Mathematics, 31(2), 123-127.

Negrepontis, S., & Tassopoulos, G. (2016). Theodorus’ proofs of incommensurabilities with Gnomons. BSHM Bulletin: Journal of the British Society for the History of Mathematics, 31(1), 15-30.

Pisano, R. (2016). Details on the mathematical interplay between Leonardo da Vinci and Luca Pacioli. BSHM Bulletin: Journal of the British Society for the History of Mathematics, 31(2), 104-111.

Scoth, R. (2016). Higher education, dissemination and spread of the mathematical sciences in Sardinia (1720–1848). Historia Mathematica, 43(2), 172-193.

Smadja, I. (2016). On two conjectures that shaped the historiography of indeterminate analysis: Strachey and Chasles on Sanskrit sources. Historia Mathematica, 43(3), 241-287.

Rice, A., & Brown, E. (2016). Commutativity and collinearity: a historical case study of the interconnection of mathematical ideas. Part I. BSHM Bulletin: Journal of the British Society for the History of Mathematics, 31(1), 1-14.

Rice, A., & Brown, E. (2016). Commutativity and collinearity: a historical case study of the interconnection of mathematical ideas. Part II. BSHM Bulletin: Journal of the British Society for the History of Mathematics, 31(2), 90-103.

Roitman, P., & Le Ferrand, H. (2016). The strange case of Paul Appell’s last memoir on Monge’s problem: “sur les déblais et remblais.” Historia Mathematica, 43(3), 288-309.

Verburgt, L. M. (2016). Robert Leslie Ellis, William Whewell and Kant: the role of Rev H F C Logan. BSHM Bulletin: Journal of the British Society for the History of Mathematics, 31(1), 47-51.

July 2016

Data-Mining Algorithm Reveals the Stormy Evolution of Mathematics over 700 Years

https://www.technologyreview.com/s/601179/data-mining-algorithm-reveals-the-stormy-evolution-of-mathematics-over-700-years/

 The classical origin of modern mathematics

Floriana Gargiulo, Auguste Caen, Renaud Lambiotte, Timoteo Carletti

(Submitted on 21 March 2016)

Abstract:

The aim of this paper is to study the historical evolution of mathematical thinking and its spatial spreading. To do so, we have collected and integrated data from different online academic datasets. In its final stage, the database includes a large number (N ~ 200K) of advisor-student relationships, with affiliations and keywords on their research topic, over several centuries, from the 14th century until today. We focus on two different topics, the evolving importance of countries and of the research disciplines over time. Moreover we study the database at three levels, its global statistics, the mesoscale networks connecting countries and disciplines, and the genealogical level.

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Dear researchers,

It is a pleasure to inform you all about the launch of the 30th edition of
the Revista Brasileira de História da Matemática that can be acessed and
read at the address:

http://www.rbhm.org.br/vo15-no30.html

Sergio Roberto Nobre

Editor da Revista Brasileira de História da Matemática

   Brazil
Artigos – Articles

Dissimilar Ways Of Inscribing Similar Triangles

Ivor Grattan-Guinness†

On Euclid’s Five Postulates

Gregor Schneider

Euler e as Pontes de Königsberg

Frederico José Andries Lopes & Plínio Zornoff Táboas†

La noción de cónica en Apolonio y Descartes: Un análisis comparativo

Alberto Forero Poveda & Jhon Helver Bello Chávez

Intercâmbios Acadêmicos Matemáticos entre EUA e Brasil por meio de Bolsas

de Estudos

Lucieli M. Trivizoli

Carathéodory and the axiomatization and algebraization of measure theory

in the first half of the XX Century

Carmen Martínez-Adame

The Linear Indeterminate Equation – A Brief Historical Account

Kedar N Shukla

Primeiro Cartello di Matematica Disfida de Ludovico Ferrari a Nicolò

Tartaglia

Fábio Maia Bertato

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Dear Colleagues,

Menon Journal of Educational Research has published a Thematic Issue on The Use of History of Mathematics in Mathematics Education.

This Thematic Issue includes 8 papers, 6 in English and 2 in French, which refer to or are based on empirical studies (4 on elementary and/or junior high school and 4 on pre- and in-service teacher education) and are related to the use of original sources, either directly in the classroom, or as a source of inspiration and rethinking on basic issues in Mathematics Education. The Thematic Issue can be accessed from:

http://www.edu.uowm.gr/site/node/527

Kostas Nikolantonakis

University of Western Macedonia

Greece

 Articles

Tsiapou, V., & Nikolantonakis K. (2016).

The development of place value concepts and the notion of carried number among sixth grade students via the study of the chinese abacus.

Kourkoulos, M., & Tzanakis C. (2016).

Discussing mathematical modeling concerning pascal’s wager.

Panaoura, A. (2016).

The history of mathematics during an inquiry-based teaching approach.

Barbin, Ε. (2016).

L’instrument mathématique comme invention et connaissance-en-action.

Lawrence, S. (2016).

The old teacher euclid: and his science in the art of finding one’s mathematical voice.

Anastasiadis, M., & Nikolantonakis K. (2016).

Primary sources and history-based problems about isoperimetry: a use of mathematics history in grade six.

Guillemette, D. (2016).

Quelques difficultés rencontrées dans la formation des enseignants de mathématiques du secondaire à l’aide de l’histoire des mathématiques: une réflexion sur les modalités de lectures de text historiques.

Witzke, I., Struve H., Clark K., & Stoffels G. (2016).

ÜberPro – a seminar constructed to confront the transition problem from school to university mathematics, based on epistemological and historical ideas of mathematics.

 

March 2016

Abdeljaouad, M. (2015). Question-and-answer formats in mathematics textbooks (1500-1850). International Journal for the History of Mathematics Education, 10(2).

Ausejo, H. (2015). New perspectives on commercial arithmetic in Renaissance Spain. In D. E. Rowe & W.-S. Horng (Eds.), A delicate balance: Global perspective on innovation and tradition in the history of mathematics (pp. 181-207). Cham, Heidelberg, New York, Dordrecht, London: Springer. DOI 10.1007/978-3-319-12030-0

Bajri, S.; Hannah, J. & Montelle, C. (2015). Revisiting Al-Samaw’al’s table of binomial coefficients: Greek inspiration, diagrammatic reasoning and mathematical induction. Archive for History of Exact Sciences, 69(6), 537-576.

Ball, D. (2015). ‘Thick-rinded fruit of the tree of knowledge’: mathematics education in George Eliot’s novels. BSHM Bulletin: Journal of the British Society for the History of Mathematics, 30(3), 217-226.

Barbin, E. (2015). Descriptive geometry in France: History of Élémentation of a Method (1795-1865). International Journal for the History of Mathematics Education, 10(2).

Bellissima, F. (2015). Propositions VIII.4–5 of Euclid’s Elements and the compounding of ratios on the monochord. BSHM Bulletin: Journal of the British Society for the History of Mathematics, 30(3), 183-199.

Chabás, J. & Goldstein, B. R. (2015). Ibn al-Kammād’s Muqtabis zij and the astronomical tradition of Indian origin in the Iberian Peninsula. Archive for History of Exact Sciences, 69(6), 577-650.

Clark, K. (2015). Jost Bürgi’s Aritmetische und Geometrische Progreß Tabulen (1620): Edition and commentary. Basel: Birkäuser.

Cretney, R. (2016). Editing and reading early modern mathematical texts in the digital age. Historia Mathematica, 43(1), 87-97.

Dauben, J. W.; Guicciardini, N.; Lewis, A. C.; Parshall, K. H. & Rice, A. C. (2015). Ivor Grattan-Guinness (June 23, 1941–December 12, 2014). Historia Mathematica, 42(4), 385-406.

Dawes, J. (2016). After 1952: The later development of Alan Turing’s ideas on the mathematics of pattern formation. Historia Mathematica, 43(1), 49-64.

Del Centina, A. (2016). Poncelet’s porism: a long story of renewed discoveries, I. Archive for History of Exact Sciences, 70(1), 1-122.

Ehrhardt, C. (2015). Tactics: In search of a long-term mathematical project (1844–1896). Historia Mathematica, 42(4), 436-467.

Fadlelmula, F. K. (2015). Pre-service teachers’ point of views about learning history of mathematics: a case study in Turkey. BSHM Bulletin: Journal of the British Society for the History of Mathematics, 30(3), 243-252.

Franchella, M. (2016). In the footsteps of Julius König’s paradox. Historia Mathematica, 43(1), 65-86.

Furinghetti, F. (2015). ICMI Portrait Gallery of officers and eminent figures. International Journal for the History of Mathematics Education, 10(2).

Gagatsis, A.; Kiliari, E. & Papadaki, I. (2015). The practical arithmetic of Petros Argyros in relation to the Abaci tradition and the first Greek printed book of arithmetic, Logariastiki. International Journal for the History of Mathematics Education, 10(2).

Hunt, J. L. & Sharp, J. (2015). Decoding William Scrots’ anamorphic portrait of Edward VI. BSHM Bulletin: Journal of the British Society for the History of Mathematics, 30(3), 200-216.

Kichenassamy, S. (2015). Continued proportions and Tartaglia’s solution of cubic equations. Historia Mathematica, 42(4), 407-435.

Kosmann-Schwarzbach, Y. (2015). Women mathematicians in France in the mid-twentieth century. BSHM Bulletin: Journal of the British Society for the History of Mathematics, 30(3), 227-242.

Robson, E. (2015). Subverting expectations: memories of editing with Jackie. BSHM Bulletin: Journal of the British Society for the History of Mathematics, 30(3), 178-182.

Rowe, D. E. (2015). An Intelligencer quiz on Gauss and Gaussian legends. The Mathematical Intelligencer, 37(4), 45-47.

Schubring, G. (2015). Introduction to biographies of IMUK/ICMI presidents: Felix Klein; David Eugene Smith. International Journal for the History of Mathematics Education, 10(2).

Ulivi, E. (2015). Masters, questions and challenges in the abacus schools. Archive for History of Exact Sciences, 69(6), 651-670.

Verburgt, L. M. (2015). The objective and the subjective in mid-nineteenth-century British probability theory. Historia Mathematica, 42(4), 468-487.

Ycart, B. (2016). Jakob Bielfeld (1717–1770) and the diffusion of statistical concepts in eighteenth century Europe. Historia Mathematica, 43(1), 26-48.

Zhu, Y. (2016). Different cultures of computation in seventh century China from the viewpoint of square root extraction. Historia Mathematica, 43(1), 3-25.

November 2015

Atzema, E. (2015). From Brahmagupta to Euler: on the formula for the area of a cyclic quadrilateral. BSHM Bulletin: Journal of the British Society for the History of Mathematics, 30(1), 20-34.

Bellhouse, D. (2015). An analysis of errors in mathematical tables. Historia Mathematica, 42(3), 280-295.

Bellhouse, D. (2015). Mathematicians and the early English life insurance industry. BSHM Bulletin: Journal of the British Society for the History of Mathematics, 30(2), 131-142.

Brantley, K. L. (2015). A forgotten contrivance: a study of the diagonal scale and its appearance in mathematics texts from 1714 to the present. BSHM Bulletin: Journal of the British Society for the History of Mathematics, 30(1), 50-66.

Chen, J.-P. J. (2015). Trigonometric tables: explicating their construction principles in China. Archive for History of Exact Sciences, 69(5), 491-536.

Craik, A. (2015). A Book for the King: John Geddy’s Methodi sive compendii mathematici (1586). BSHM Bulletin: Journal of the British Society for the History of Mathematics, 30(2), 113-130.

De Young, G. (2015). Two hitherto unknown Arabic Euclid manuscripts. Historia Mathematica, 42(2), 132-154.

Freiman, V., & Volkov, A. (2015). Didactical innovations of L.F. Magnitskii: setting up a research agenda. International Journal for the History of Mathematics Education, 10(1).

Hollings, C. (2015). The acceptance of abstract algebra in the USSR, as viewed through periodic surveys of the progress of Soviet mathematical science. Historia Mathematica, 42(2), 193-222.

Huylebrouck, D. (2015). Observations about Leonardo’s drawings for Luca Pacioli. BSHM Bulletin: Journal of the British Society for the History of Mathematics, 30(2), 102-112.

Karp, A. (2015). Interview with Mogens Niss. International Journal for the History of Mathematics Education, 10(1).

Kiliari, E., Gagatsis, A., & Papadaki, I. (2015). The first Greek printed mathematics book: The famous book of arithmetic Λογαριαστικ? of Manolis Glyzounis. International Journal for the History of Mathematics Education, 10(1).

Krüger, J. (2015). A first mathematics curriculum: Stevin’s Instruction for engineers (1600). International Journal for the History of Mathematics Education, 10(1).

Lawrence, S., & McCartney, M. (2015). Mathematicians and their Gods: Interactions between mathematics and religious beliefs. Oxford University Press, Oxford.

Lê, F. (2015). “Geometrical equations”: Forgotten premises of Felix Klein’s Erlanger Programm. Historia Mathematica, 42(3), 315-342.

Lim, S. Y., & Chapman, E. (2015). Effects of using history as a tool to teach mathematics on students’ attitudes, anxiety, motivation and achievement in grade 11 classrooms. Educational Studies in Mathematics, 90(2), 189-212.

Lorenat, J. (2015). Figures real, imagined, and missing in Poncelet, Plücker, and Gergonne. Historia Mathematica, 42(2), 155-192.

Moyon, M., & Spiesser, M. (2015). L’arithmétique des fractions dans l’œuvre de Fibonacci: fondements & usages. Archive for History of Exact Sciences, 69(4), 391-427.

Nossum, R., & Kotůlek, J. (2015). The Society for the Protection of Science and learning as a patron of refugee mathematicians. BSHM Bulletin: Journal of the British Society for the History of Mathematics, 30(2), 153-167.

Periton, C. (2015). The medieval counting table revisited: a brief introduction and description of its use during the early modern period. BSHM Bulletin: Journal of the British Society for the History of Mathematics, 30(1), 35-49.

Petrocchi, A. (2015). A new theoretical approach to sample problems and deductive reasoning in Sanskrit mathematical texts. BSHM Bulletin: Journal of the British Society for the History of Mathematics, 30(1), 2-19.

Ponce-Campuzano, J., & Maldonado-Aguilar, M. (2015). Vito Volterra’s construction of a nonconstant function with a bounded, non-Riemann integrable derivative. BSHM Bulletin: Journal of the British Society for the History of Mathematics, 30(2), 143-152.

Raman-Sundström, M. (2015). A pedagogical history of compactness. The American Mathematical Monthly, August/September.

Rice, A. (2015). Ivor Grattan-Guinness (23 June 1941 – 12 December 2014). BSHM Bulletin: Journal of the British Society for the History of Mathematics, 30(2), 94-101.

Roero, C. S. (2015). M.G. Agnesi, R. Rampinelli and the Riccati family: A cultural fellowship formed for an important scientific purpose, the Instituzioni analitiche. Historia Mathematica, 42(3), 296-314.

Rowlett, P. (2015). ‘The unplanned impact of mathematics’ and its implications for research funding: a discussion-led educational activity. BSHM Bulletin: Journal of the British Society for the History of Mathematics, 30(1), 67-74.

Wagner, R. (2015). Citrabhānu’s twenty-one algebraic problems in Malayalam and Sanskrit. Historia Mathematica, 42(3), 263-279.

Wardhaugh, B. (2015). A ‘lost’ chapter in the calculation of π: Baron Zach and MS Bodleian 949. Historia Mathematica, 42(3), 343-351.

February 2015

Ackerberg-Hastings, A. (2014). Protractors as Objects of American School Geometry Teaching. International Journal for the History of Mathematics Education, 9(2).

Belhoste, B., & Hazebrouck, D. (2014). Récréations et mathématiques mondaines au XVIIIe siècle: le cas de Guyot. Historia Mathematica, 41(4), 490-505.

Carman, C. C., & Evans, J. (2014). On the epoch of the Antikythera mechanism and its eclipse predictor. Archive for History of Exact Sciences, 68(6), 693-774.

Chemla, K. (2014). Explorations in the history of mathematical recreations: An introduction. Historia Mathematica, 41(4), 367-376.

Chemla, K., & Ma, B. (2015). How do the earliest known mathematical writings highlight the state’s management of grains in early imperial China?. Archive for History of Exact Sciences, 69(1), 1-53.

Darrigol, O. (2015). The mystery of Riemann’s curvature. Historia Mathematica, 42(1), 47-83.

Décaillot, A.-M. (2014). Les Récréations Mathématiques d’Édouard Lucas: quelques éclairages. Historia Mathematica, 41(4), 506-517.

Guan, Y. (2015). Eclipse theory in the Jing chu li: Part I. The adoption of lunar velocity. Archive for History of Exact Sciences, 69(1), 103-123.

Heeffer, A. (2014). How algebra spoiled recreational problems: A case study in the cross-cultural dissemination of mathematics. Historia Mathematica, 41(4), 400-437.

Hogendijk, J. P. (2015). Yvonne Dold-Samplonius (20 May 1937–16 June 2014). Historia Mathematica, 42(1), 1-4.

Hug, V., & Steiner, T. (2015). Une lettre d’Euler à d’Alembert retrouvée. Historia Mathematica, 42 (1), 84-94.

Karp, A. (2014). Russian Mathematics Teachers: Beginnings. International Journal for the History of Mathematics Education, 9(2).

Kidwell, P. A. (2014). Playing Cards for Mathematical Learning. International Journal for the History of Mathematics Education, 9(2).

Kyriakou, R. (2014). On requirements in mathematics for elementary school teaching in New York State during the 19th century. International Journal for the History of Mathematics Education, 9(2).

Neumann, P. M. (2015). Jacqueline Anne Stedall (4 August 1950–27 September 2014). Historia Mathematica, 42(1), 5-13.

Rodríguez, L. (2015). Frigyes Riesz and the emergence of general topology. Archive for History of Exact Sciences, I(1), 55-102.

Saraiva, L. M. R. (2015). Étienne Bézout in Portugal: The reform of the Portuguese University and beyond (1772–1838). Historia Mathematica, 42(1), 14-46.

Smestad, B., Jankvist, U. T., & Clark, K. (2014). Teachers’ mathematical knowledge for teaching in relation to the inclusion of history of mathematics in teaching. Nordic Studies in Mathematics Education, 19(3-4), 169-183.

Van Dyck, M., & Vermeir, K. (2014). Varieties of wonder: John Wilkins’ mathematical magic and the perpetuity of invention. Historia Mathematica, 41(4), 463-489.

Vandendriessche, E. (2014). W.W. Rouse Ball and the mathematics of string figures. Historia Mathematica, 41(4), 438-462.

Wate-Mizuno, M. (2014). Mathematical recreations of Dénes König and his work on graph theory. Historia Mathematica, 41(4), 377-399.
 

Siu

M. K. Siu, Proof in the Western and Eastern traditions: Implications for mathematics education, in “Proof and Proving in Mathematics Education: The 19th ICMI Study”, edited by G. Hanna, M.de Villiers, Springer-Verlag, New York-Heidelberg, 2012, 431-440.

Y.C. Chan, M.K. Siu, Facing the change and meeting the challenge: Mathematics curriculum of Tongwen Guan in China in the second half of the nineteenth century, Zentralblatt für Didaktik der Mathematik – The International Journal of Mathematics Education, 44(4) (2012), 461-472.

Y.C. Chan, M.K. Siu, The Malfatti Problem in nineteenth-century China, Mathematics Today, 49(5), (2013), 229-231.

M. K. Siu, “Zhi yi xing nan (knowing is easy and doing is difficult)” or vice versa? ─ A Chinese mathematician’s observation on HPM (History and Pedagogy of Mathematics) activities, in “The First Sourcebook on Asian Research in Mathematics Education: China, Korea, Singapore, Japan, Malaysia and India”, edited by B. Sriraman, J.F. Cai, K. Lee, L. Fan, Y. Shimuzu, C. Lim, K. Subramanian, Information Age Publishing, Charlotte, 2014,27-48.

M. K. Siu, Looking at HPM (History and Pedagogy of Mathematics) through an old chestnut: Sum of the angles of a triangle, Journal for History of Mathematics, 26 (5-6) (Nov. 2013), 345-353; with an addendum in Journal of History of Mathematics, 27(1) (Feb.2014), 3.

Man Keung Siu

October 2014

Archibald, T.; Tazzioli, R. (2014). Integral equations between theory and practice: the cases of Italy and France to 1920. Archive for History of Exact Sciences, Vol. 68 (5), 547-597.

Cogliati, A. (2014). Early history of infinite continuous groups, 1883–1898. Historia Mathematica, 41 (3), 291-332.

Feke, J. (2014). Meta-mathematical rhetoric: Hero and Ptolemy against the philosophers. Historia Mathematica, 41 (3), 261-276.

Fischer, J.; Ruess, B. (2014). Napier revisited or A new look at the computation of his logarithms. BSHM Bulletin: Journal of the British Society for the History of Mathematics, Vol. 29 (3), 167-183.

Furinghetti, F.; Menghini, M. (2014). The role of concrete materials in Emma Castelnuovo’s view of mathematics teaching. Educational Studies in Mathematics, Vol. 87 (1), 1-6.

Groetsch, C. W.; Yost, S. A. (2014). Vertical Projection in a Resisting Medium: Reflections on Observations of Mersenne. The American Mathematical Monthly, June/July.

Hollings, R. (2014). Integral equations between theory and practice: the cases of Italy and France to 1920. Archive for History of Exact Sciences, Vol. 68 (5), 641-692.

Mattmüller, M. (2014). The difficult birth of stochastics: Jacob Bernoulli’s Ars Conjectandi (1713). Historia Mathematica, 41 (3), 277-290.

Verburgt, L. M. (2014). Remarks on the idealist and empiricist interpretation of frequentism: Robert Leslie Ellis versus John Venn. BSHM Bulletin: Journal of the British Society for the History of Mathematics, Vol. 29 (3), 184-195.

Whiteside, D. T. (2014). ‘And John Napier created logarithms…’. BSHM Bulletin: Journal of the British Society for the History of Mathematics, Vol. 29 (3), 154-166.

Wilson, R. (2014). In the footsteps of Euler and MacMahon: combinatorics, the mathematics that counts. BSHM Bulletin: Journal of the British Society for the History of Mathematics, Vol. 29 (3), 196-209.

February, 2014

Aricha-Metzer, I. (2013). Creating the Language of Mathematics Instruction: Hebrew Schools in Palestine Before 1948. International Journal for the History of Mathematics Education, Vol. 8 (2).

Blanco, M. (2014). Thomas Simpson: Weaving fluxions in 18th-century London. Historia Mathematica, 41 (1), 38-81.

Carman, C. C. (2014). Two problems in Aristarchus’s treatise on the sizes and distances of the sun and moon. Archive for History of Exact Sciences, Vol. 68 (1), 35-65.

Craik, A. D. D. (2013). Polylogarithms, functional equations and more: The elusive essays of William Spence (1777–1815). Historia Mathematica, 40 (4), 386-422.

Crowther, K. M.; Barker, P. (2013). Training the Intelligent Eye: Understanding Illustrations in Early Modern Astronomy Texts. Isis, 104 (3), 429-470.

Debuiche, V. (2013). Perspective in Leibnizʼs invention of Characteristica Geometrica: The problem of Desarguesʼ influence. Historia Mathematica, 40 (4), 359-385.

Dejić, M. (2014). How the old Slavs (Serbs) wrote numbers. BSHM Bulletin: Journal of the British Society for the History of Mathematics, Vol. 29 (1), 2-17.

Domingues, J. C. (2014). The repercussion of José Anastácio da Cunha in Britain and USA in the nineteenth century. BSHM Bulletin: Journal of the British Society for the History of Mathematics, Vol. 29 (1), 32-50.

Dubinsky, E.; Riegler, P. (2014). In the Footsteps of Leibniz: A Visit to Wolfenbüttel, Germany. The Mathematical Intelligencer 36 (1), 68-70.

Friberg, J. (2014). Geometric division problems, quadratic equations, and recursive geometric algorithms in Mesopotamian mathematics. Archive for History of Exact Sciences, Vol. 68 (1), 1-34.

Grattan-Guinness, I. (2014). Hans Wussing and Christoph Scriba: An Appreciation. BSHM Bulletin: Journal of the British Society for the History of Mathematics, Vol. 29 (1), 60-67.

Grattan-Guinness, I. (2014). From anomaly to fundament: Louis Poinsot’s theories of the couple in mechanics. Historia Mathematica, 41 (1), 82-102.

Hildyard, D. (2014). John Pell’s mathematical papers and the Royal Society’s English Atlas, 1678–82. BSHM Bulletin: Journal of the British Society for the History of Mathematics, Vol. 29 (1), 18-31.

Karp, A. (2013). Interview with Michèle Artigue. International Journal for the History of Mathematics Education, Vol. 8 (2).

Lambert, K. (2013). A Natural History of Mathematics: George Peacock and the Making of English Algebra. Isis, 104 (2), 278-302.

Marchi, M. V.; Menghini, M. (2013). Italian Debates About a Modern Curriculum in the First Half of the 20th Century. International Journal for the History of Mathematics Education, Vol. 8 (2).

Mozaffari, S. M. (2014). Muḥyī al-Dīn al-Maghribī’s lunar measurements at the Maragha observatory. Archive for History of Exact Sciences, Vol. 68 (1), 67-120.

Nakane, M. (2014). Did Weierstrass’s differential calculus have a limit-avoiding character? His definition of a limit in ϵ – δ style. BSHM Bulletin: Journal of the British Society for the History of Mathematics, Vol. 29 (1), 51-59.

Padilla, J. J. (1732). Arithmetica Practica (L. Radford, Ed.). Ciudad de Santiago de Guatemala: Imprenta de Ignacio Jacobo de Beteta. Available at:
http://luisradford.ca/luisradford/?page_id=13

Padre Padilla – Cover Page

Prytz, J. (2013). Social Structures in Mathematics Education. Researching the History of Mathematics Education with Theories and Methods from the Sociology of Education. International Journal for the History of Mathematics Education, Vol. 8 (2).

Radford, L. (2014) with contributions by Alain Bernard, Michael N. Fried, Fulvia Furinghetti, and Nathalie Sinclair. History of mathematics and mathematics education. In Michael N. Fried & Tommy Dreyfus (Eds.), Mathematics & Mathematics Education: Searching for Common Ground (pp. 89-109). New York: Springer, Advances in Mathematics Education series.

Sidoli, N. (2014). Mathematical tables in Ptolemy’s Almagest. Historia Mathematica, 41 (1), 13-37.

Taisbak, C. M. (2014). Cube roots of integers. A conjecture about Heron’s method in Metrika III. 20. Historia Mathematica, 41 (1), 103-106.

Verburgt, L. (2013). Robert Leslie Ellisʼs work on philosophy of science and the foundations of probability theory. Historia Mathematica, 40 (4), 423-454.

Williams, K.; Duvernoy, S. (2014). The Shadow of Euclid on Architecture. The Mathematical Intelligencer 36(1), 37-48.

Xu, B. (2013). The development of school mathematics textbooks in China since 1950. ZDM, Volume 45, Number 5/September, 725-736.

November, 2013

History of Korean Mathematics
http://www.icm2014.org/about/about4.asp?sMenu=abo4
The British Society for the History of Mathematics (Robin Wilson and Raymond Flood)
http://www.dcs.warwick.ac.uk/bshm/RW.pdf

Anderson, I.; Crilly, T. (2013). The mathematician who drove Whist forward: William Henry Whitfeld (1856–1915). BSHM Bulletin: Journal of the British Society for the History of Mathematics, Vol. 28 (3), 132-142.

Arthur, R. T. W. (2013). Leibniz’s syncategorematic infinitesimals. Archive for History of Exact Sciences, Vol. 67 (5), 553-593.

Barnett, J.; Bezhanishvili, G.; Leung, H.; Lodder, J.; Pengelley, D.; Pivkina, I.; Ranjan, D.; Zack, M. (2013). Primary Historical Sources in the Classroom: Discrete Mathematics and Computer Science. Loci Convergence (July 2013).

Boucard, J. (2013). Cyclotomie et formes quadratiques dans l’œuvre arithmétique d’Augustin-Louis Cauchy (1829–1840). Archive for History of Exact Sciences, Vol. 67 (4), 349-414.

Burn, B. (2013). Root 2: the early evidence and later conjectures. BSHM Bulletin: Journal of the British Society for the History of Mathematics, Vol. 28 (3), 114-120.

Cooper, S.; Cooper, A. (2013). The Father of Local History and the duplication of the exchequer, 1480. BSHM Bulletin: Journal of the British Society for the History of Mathematics, Vol. 28 (3), 121-123.

Corry, L. (2013). Geometry and arithmetic in the medieval traditions of Euclid’s Elements: a view from Book II. Archive for History of Exact Sciences, Vol. 67 (6), 637-705.

Craik, A. D. D. (2013). In search of Thomas Knight: Part 2. BSHM Bulletin: Journal of the British Society for the History of Mathematics, Vol. 28 (3), 124-131.

Diamantopoulos, J. C. D.; Woodburn, C. J. (2013). Maya Geometry in the Classroom. Loci Convergence (August 2013).

Lamandé, P. (2013). Quelques conceptions de la théorie des proportions dans des traités de la seconde moitié du dix septième siècle. Archive for History of Exact Sciences, Vol. 67 (6), 595-636.

Meyer, W. (2013). External Influences on U.S. Undergraduate Mathematics Curricula: 1950-2000. Loci Convergence (August 2013).

Osada, N. (2013). Isaac Newton’s ‘Of Quadrature by Ordinates’. Archive for History of Exact Sciences, Vol. 67 (4), 457-476.

Paoletti, T. J. (September, 2013). Are All Infinities Created Equal?. Mathematics Teacher, Vol. 107 (2), 98.

Paoletti, T. J. (November, 2013). Cracking Codes and Launching Rockets. Mathematics Teacher, Vol. 107 (4), 266.

Pesic, P. (2013). Poincaré Euler’s Musical Mathematics. The Mathematical Intelligencer 35(2), 35-43.

Rowe, D. E. (2013). Poincaré Mathematics Made in Germany: On the Background to Hilbert’s Paris Lecture. The Mathematical Intelligencer 35(3), 9-20.

Ruffner, J. A. (2013). The snare of simplicity: the Newton–Flamsteed correspondence revisited. Archive for History of Exact Sciences, Vol. 67 (4), 415-455.

Tiesdale, D. (2013). Sieve of war: the legacy of Jitsuro Nagura. BSHM Bulletin: Journal of the British Society for the History of Mathematics, Vol. 28 (3), 143-155.

Tucker, A. (2013). The History of the Undergraduate Program in Mathematics in the United States. The American Mathematical Monthly, October.

Verdun, A. (2013). Leonhard Euler’s early lunar theories 1725–1752. Archive for History of Exact Sciences, Vol. 67 (5), 477-551.

July, 2012

Achilles, R.; Bonfiglioli, A. (2012). The early proofs of the theorem of Campbell, Baker, Hausdorff, and Dynkin. Archive for History of Exact Sciences, Vol. 66 (3), 295-358.

Baba, T.; Iwasaky, H.; Ueda, A.; Date, F. (2012). Values in Japanese mathematics education: their historical development. ZDM Volume 44, Number 1/May, 21-32.

Beery, J.; Clark, K. M. (2012). HOM SIGMAA 2012 Student Paper Contest Winners. Loci Convergence (June 2012).
Crannel, A.; Douglas, S. (2012). Drawing on Desargues. The Mathematical Intelligencer 34(2), 7-14.

Fernandez, J. M. L.; Rodriguez, O. A. H. (2012). Teaching the Fundamental Theorem of Calculus: A Historical Reflection. Loci Convergence (January 2012).

Grunbaum, B. (2012). Is Napoleon’s Theorem Really Napoleon’s Theorem?. The American Mathematical Monthly, June/July.

Kieldsen, T. H.; Blomhoj, M. (2012). Beyond motivation: history as a method for learning meta-discursive rules in mathematics. Educational Studies in Mathematics, 80 (3), 327-349.

Petrilli, Jr.; Salvatore, J. (2012). Servois’ 1813 Perpetual Calendar, with an English Translation. Loci Convergence (June 2012).

Rowe, D. E. (2012). Otto Neugebauer and Richard Courant: On Exporting the Göttingen Approach to the History of Mathematics. The Mathematical Intelligencer 34(2), 29-37.

Scoville, N. (2012). Georg Cantor at the Dawn of Point-Set Topology. Loci Convergence (March 2012).

Shell-Gellash, A.; Freitas, P. J. (2012). When a Number System Loses Uniqueness: The Case of the Maya. Loci Convergence (May 2012).

Stammbach, U. (2012). A Letter of Hermann Amandus Schwarz on Isoperimetric Problems. The Mathematical Intelligencer 34(1), 44-51.

Young, G. De (2012). Further adventures of the Rome 1594 Arabic redaction of Euclid’s Elements. Archive for History of Exact Sciences, Vol. 66 (3), 265-294.
May, 2012

Burn, R. P. (2012). Another theorem of Cauchy which ‘admits exceptions’. Historia Mathematica, 39(2), 206-210.

Craik, A. D. D. (2012). A forgotten British analyst: Nicolas Vilant (1737–1807). Historia Mathematica, 39(2), 174-205.

Ferraro, G.; Panza, M. (2012). Lagrange’s theory of analytical functions and his ideal of purity of method. Archive for History of Exact Sciences, Vol. 66 (1), 95-197.
Mann, T. (2012). From prehistoric balls to contemporary fiction: what the history of mathematics has done for me. BSHM Bulletin: Journal of the British Society for the History of Mathematics, Vol. 27 (2), 73-81.

Muntersbjorn, M. (2012). On the intellectual heritage of Henri Poincaré. BSHM Bulletin: Journal of the British Society for the History of Mathematics, Vol. 27 (2), 107-118.

Neumann, P. M. (2012). The editors and editions of the writings of Évariste Galois. Historia Mathematica, 39(2), 211-221.

Siegmund-Schultze, R. (2012). Hans Wußing (1927–2011) and the blooming of the history of mathematics and sciences in the German Democratic Republic – A biographical essay. Historia Mathematica, 39(2), 143-173.

Wess, J. (2012). Avoiding arithmetic, or the material culture of not learning mathematics. BSHM Bulletin: Journal of the British Society for the History of Mathematics, Vol. 27 (2), 82-106.

Wong, N. Y.; Tang, K. C. (2012). Mathematics education in Hong Kong under colonial rule. BSHM Bulletin: Journal of the British Society for the History of Mathematics, Vol. 27 (2), 119-125.

March, 2012

Abdeljaouad, M. (2011). The First Egyptian Modern Mathematics Textbook. International Journal for the History of Mathematics Education, Vol. 6 (2).

Beery, J.; Mead, C. (2011). Who’s That Mathematician? Images from the Paul R. Halmos Photograph Collection. Loci Convergence (January 2012).

Bernard, A.; Christianidis, J. (2012). A new analytical framework for the understanding of Diophantus’s Arithmetica I–III. Archive for History of Exact Sciences, Vol. 66 (1), 71-93.

Cardil, R. (2011). Kepler: The Volume of a Wine Barrel. Loci Convergence (June 2011).

Craik, A. D. D. (2012). The Popular lectures and addresses of William Thomson, Baron Kelvin of Largs (1824–1907). BSHM Bulletin: Journal of the British Society for the History of Mathematics, Vol. 27 (1), 50-55.

Cuomo, S. (2012). Exploring ancient Greek and Roman numeracy. BSHM Bulletin: Journal of the British Society for the History of Mathematics, Vol. 27 (1), 1-12.

Del Latto, A. J.; Petrilli Jr., S. J. (2011). Algebraic Formalism within the Works of Servois and Its Influence on the Development of Linear Operator Theory. Loci Convergence (January 2012).

Fujita, T.; Jones, K. (2011). The Process of Redesigning the Geometry Curriculum: The Case of the Mathematical Association in England in the Early Twentieth Century. International Journal for the History of Mathematics Education, Vol. 6 (1).

Furinghetti, F. (2011). The History of Mathematics Education in the Studies of 18 Countries. International Journal for the History of Mathematics Education, Vol. 6 (2).

Hart, R. (2011). The Chinese Roots of Linear Algebra. Isis, 102 (4), 751-752.

Hodgson, B. R.; Rogers, L. F. (2011). Aspects of Internationalism in Mathematics Education:
National Organizations with an International Influence. International Journal for the History of Mathematics Education, Vol. 6 (2).

Howson, G. (2011). Informal Mathematics Education in England Prior to 1870. International Journal for the History of Mathematics Education, Vol. 6 (1).

Karp, A. (2011). Interview with Zalman Usiskin. International Journal for the History of Mathematics Education, Vol. 6 (1).

Karp, A. (2011). Interview with Ubiratan D’Ambrosio. International Journal for the History of Mathematics Education, Vol. 6 (2).

Kent, D. (2012). Alice Bache Gould: mathematician in search of war work, 1918. BSHM Bulletin: Journal of the British Society for the History of Mathematics, Vol. 27 (1), 38-49.

Magnello, M. E. (2012). Victorian statistical graphics and the iconography of Florence Nightingale’s polar area graph. BSHM Bulletin: Journal of the British Society for the History of Mathematics, Vol. 27 (1), 13-37.

Netz, R. (2011). Ludic Proof: Greek Mathematics and the Alexandrian Aesthetic. Isis, 102 (4), 753-754.
Nossum, R. (2012). Emigration of mathematicians from outside German-speaking academia 1933–1963, supported by the Society for the Protection of Science and Learning. Historia Mathematica, 39(1), 84-104.

Puig, L. (2011). Historias de al-Khwārizmī (6ª entrega). El cálculo con la cosa. Suma, 67, 101-110.

Puig, L. (2011). Historias de al-Khwārizmī (7ª entrega). Figuras y demostraciones. Suma, 68, 93-102.

Raynaud, D. (2012). Abū al-Wafā’ Latinus? A study of method. Historia Mathematica, 39(1), 34-83.

Rédei, M.; Werndl, C. (2012). On the history of the isomorphism problem of dynamical systems with special regard to von Neumann’s contribution. Archive for History of Exact Sciences, Vol. 66 (1), 1-69.

Rogers, L. F. (2011). Mathematics Education in Scotland: A Brief History. International Journal for the History of Mathematics Education, Vol. 6 (2).

Santucci, L. C. (2011). Recreating History with Archimedes and Pi. Mathematics Teacher, 105(4).

Sidoli, N.; Saito, K. (2012). Comparative analysis in Greek geometry. Historia Mathematica, 39(1), 1-33.

Valente, W. R. (2011). The Ubiratan D’Ambrosio Personal Archive: A Source for the History of Mathematics Education. International Journal for the History of Mathematics Education, Vol. 6 (1).

Van Sickle, J. (2011). The History of One Definition: Teaching Trigonometry in the US before 1900. International Journal for the History of Mathematics Education, Vol. 6 (2).

New in December 2011

Acerbi, F. (2011). Completing Diophantus, De polygonis numeris, prop. 5. Historia Mathematica, 38(4), 548-560.

Adams, C. (2011). Leonhard Euler and the Seven Bridges of Königsberg. The Mathematical Intelligencer 33(4): 18-20.

Alexander, A. (2011). The Skeleton in the Closet: Should Historians of Science Care about the History of Mathematics?. Isis, 102(3), 475-480.

Barrow-Green, J. (2011). An American Goes to Europe: Three Letters from Oswald Veblen to George Birkhoff in 1913/1914. The Mathematical Intelligencer 33(4): 37-47.

Berndt, B. C. (2011). The Chief Accountant and Mathematical of Friend of Ramanujan – S. Narayana Aiyar. The American Mathematical Monthly (November), 767-776.

Cooper, L. (2011). Did Egyptian scribes have an algorithmic means for determining the circumference of a circle?. Historia Mathematica, 38(4), 455-484.

Dick, S. (2011). AfterMath: The Work of Proof in the Age of Human–Machine Collaboration. Isis, 102(3), 494-505.

Epple, M. (2011). Between Timelessness and Historiality: On the Dynamics of the Epistemic Objects of Mathematics. Isis, 102(3), 481-493.

Gluchoff, A. (2011). Artillerymen and mathematicians: Forest Ray Moulton and changes in American exterior ballistics, 1885–1934. Historia Mathematica, 38(4), 506-547.

Gray, J. (2011). History of Mathematics and History of Science Reunited?. Isis, 102(3), 511-517.

Mann, T. (2011). History of Mathematics and History of Science. Isis, 102(3), 518-526.

Richards, J. L. (2011). “This Compendious Language”: Mathematics in the World of Augustus De Morgan. Isis, 102(3), 506-510.

Spalt, D. D. (2011). Welche Funktionsbegriffe gab Leonhard Euler?. Historia Mathematica, 38(4), 485-505.

New in October 2011

Acerbi, F. (2011). The geometry of burning mirrors in Greek antiquity. Analysis, heuristic, projections, lemmatic fragmentation. Archive for History of Exact Sciences, 65(5), 471-497.

Barany, M. J. (2011). God, king, and geometry: revisiting the introduction to Cauchy’s Cours d’analyse. Historia Mathematica, 38(3), 368-388.

Britton, J. P.; Proust, C.; Shnider, S. (2011). Plimpton 322: a review and a different perspective. Archive for History of Exact Sciences, 65(5), 519-566.

Bruno, G.; Genovese, A.; Improta G. (2011). Routing problems: a historical perspective. BSHM Bulletin: Journal of the British Society for the History of Mathematics, 26(2), 118-127.

Cogliati, A. (2011). On the genesis of the Cartan–Kähler theory. Archive for History of Exact Sciences, 65(4), 397-435.

Dauben, J. W. (2011). Personal Reflections on Dirk Jan Struik. The Mathematical Intelligencer 33(2): 36-41.

Dean, A. S. (2011). An investigation of pedagogical techniques in Descartes’ La géométrie. BSHM Bulletin: Journal of the British Society for the History of Mathematics, 26(3), 167-177.

Decesare, R. (2011). William Ludlam: portrait of an eighteenth-century mathematician. BSHM Bulletin: Journal of the British Society for the History of Mathematics, 26(2), 105-117.

Ehrhardt, C. (2011). A quarrel between Joseph Liouville and Guillaume Libri at the French Academy of Sciences in the middle of the nineteenth century. Historia Mathematica, 38(3), 389-414.

Fellner, H. G.; Lindgren, W. F. (2011). Gustav Theodor Fechner: Pioneer of the Fourth Dimension. The Mathematical Intelligencer 33(3): 126-137.

Hersh, R. (2011). Paul Cohen and Forcing in 1963. The Mathematical Intelligencer 33(3): 138-140.

Jankvist, U. T. (2011). Anchoring Students’ Metaperspective Discussions of History in Mathematics. Journal for Research in Mathematics Education, 42(4), 346.

Johansson, G. (2011). Cube root extraction in medieval mathematics. Historia Mathematica, 38(3), 338-367.

Lawrence, S. (2011). Dee and his books: lessons from the history of mathematics for primary and middle school teachers. BSHM Bulletin: Journal of the British Society for the History of Mathematics, 26(3), 160-166.

Monteferrante, S. (2011). Maya mathematics. BSHM Bulletin: Journal of the British Society for the History of Mathematics, 26(2), 71-79.

Nauenberg, M. (2011). Proposition 10, Book 2, in the Principia, revisited. Archive for History of Exact Sciences, 65(5), 567-587.

Pambuccian, V.; Zamfirescu, T. (2011). Paolo Pizzetti: The forgotten originator of triangle comparison geometry. Historia Mathematica, 38(3), 415-422.

Rampling, J. M. (2011). The Elizabethan mathematics of everything: John Dee’s ‘Mathematicall praeface’ to Euclid’s Elements. BSHM Bulletin: Journal of the British Society for the History of Mathematics, 26(3), 135-146.

Silva, J. N. (2011). On mathematical games. BSHM Bulletin: Journal of the British Society for the History of Mathematics, 26(2), 80-104.

Smadja, I. (2011). Des méthodes d’intégration par arcs de sections coniques aux échelles de modules. Legendre lecteur de Landen. Archive for History of Exact Sciences, 65(4), 343-395.

Szász, D. (2011). John von Neumann, the Mathematician. The Mathematical Intelligencer 33(2): 42-51.

Taylor, K. (2011). Vernacular geometry: between the senses and reason. BSHM Bulletin: Journal of the British Society for the History of Mathematics, 26(3), 147-159.

Unal, Hasan; Oral, H. K. (2011). Extending al-Karaji’s Work on Sums of Odd Powers of Integers. Loci (August 2011).

Yazdi, H.-R. G. (2011). Al-Khwārizmī and annular solar eclipse. Archive for History of Exact Sciences, 65(5), 499-517 and 589.

New in June 2011

Andersen, K. (2011). One of Berkeley’s arguments on compensating errors in the calculus. Historia Mathematica, 38(2), 219-231.

Cooke, R. (2011). A Remark on Euclid’s Theorem on the Infinitude of the Primes. The American Mathematical Monthly (April).

Delcourt, J. (2011). Analyse et géométrie, histoire des courbes gauches De Clairaut à Darboux. Archive for History of Exact Sciences, 65(3), 229-293.

Engdahl, S. M.; Parker, A. E. (2011). Peano on Wronskians: A Translation. Loci (March 2011).

Findlen, P. (2011). Calculations of faith: mathematics, philosophy, and sanctity in 18th-century Italy (new work on Maria Gaetana Agnesi). Historia Mathematica, 38(2), 248-291.

González-Velasco, E. (2011). Journey through Mathematics. Springer (ISBN 978-0-387-92153-2).

Grcar, J. F. (2011). How ordinary elimination became Gaussian elimination. Historia Mathematica, 38(2), 163-218.

Hull, T. (2011). Solving Cubics With Creases: The Work of Beloch and Lill. The American Mathematical Monthly (April).

Ingaliso, L. (2011). Mario Pieri’s address at the University of Catania. Historia Mathematica, 38(2), 232-247.

Jankvist, U. T. (2011). A century of mathematics education: ICMI’s first hundred years. Historia Mathematica, 38(2), 292-302.

Klyve, D.; Stemkoski, L.; Tou, E. (2011). Teaching and Research with Original Sources from the Euler Archive. Loci (March 2011).

Moree, P. (2011). A Top Hat for Moser’s Four Mathemagical Rabbits. The American Mathematical Monthly (April).

Roque, T. (2011). Stability of trajectories from Poincaré to Birkhoff: approaching a qualitative definition. Archive for History of Exact Sciences, 65(3), 295-342.

Sarnak, P. (2011). Historical Integral Apollonian Packings. The American Mathematical Monthly (April).

Schubring, G. (2011). Conceptions for relating the evolution of mathematical concepts to mathematics learning – epistemology, history, and semiotics interacting, Educational Studies in Mathematics, 77(1), 79–104.

New in May 2011

Esteve, M. R. M.; Rommevaux, S.; Roca-Rosell, A. (2010). El libro de Álgebra en Arithmética y Geometria (1567) de Pedro Nuñez. Quaderns d’historia de l’enginyeria, vol. 11, 3-7.

Leitão, H. (2010). Pedro Nunes e o Libro de Algebra. Quaderns d’historia de l’enginyeria, vol. 11, 9-18.

Labarthe, M.-H. (2010). Extension des opérations de l’arithmétique aux nouveaux objets de l’Algèbre: l’argumentation de Pedro Nunes. Quaderns d’historia de l’enginyeria, vol. 11, 19-51.

Vallhonesta, F. R. (2010). Les quantitats irracionals a l’Àlgebra de Pedro Núñez. Quaderns d’historia de l’enginyeria, vol. 11, 53-77.

Loget, F. (2010). La digression sur l’angle de contact dans le Libro de Algebra de Pedro Nuñez. Quaderns d’historia de l’enginyeria, vol. 11, 79-100.

Esteve, M. R. M. (2010). Àlgebra i Geometria al Libro de Álgebra en Arithmetica y Geometria (1567) de Pedro Núñez. Quaderns d’historia de l’enginyeria, vol. 11, 101-125.

Ferraro, G. (2010). Euler’s analytical program. Quaderns d’historia de l’enginyeria, vol. 11, 175-198.

Južnič, S. (2010). Spanish King’s Astronomer Rieger. Quaderns d’historia de l’enginyeria, vol. 11, 199-219.

New in April 2011

Acerbi, F. (2011). The language of the “Givens”: its forms and its use as a deductive tool in Greek mathematics. Archive for History of Exact Sciences, 65(2), 119-153.

Adams, C. (2011). Hardy and Ramanujan. The Mathematical Intelligencer 33(1): 30-32.

Andreatta, M.; Bezdek, A.; Boroński J. P. (2011). The Problem of Malfatti: Two Centuries of Debate. The Mathematical Intelligencer 33(1): 72-76.

Bradley, R. E.; Petrilli Jr., S. J. (2010). Servois’ 1814 Essay on a New Method of Exposition of the Principles of Differential Calculus, with an English Translation. Loci (November 2010).

Bressoud, D. (2011). Historical Reflections on Teaching the Fundamental Theorem of Integral Calculus. The American Mathematical Monthly (February).

Brigaglia, A.; Di Sieno, S. (2011). The Luigi Cremona Archive of the Mazzini Institute of Genoa. Historia Mathematica, 38(1), 96-110.

Clark, K. M.; Montelle, C. (2010). Logarithms: The Early History of a Familiar Function. Loci (June 2010).

Craik, A.; O’Connor, J. (2011). Some unknown documents associated with William Wallace (1768-1843). BSHM Bulletin: Journal of the British Society for the History of Mathematics, 26(1), 17–28.

Gouvêa, F. (2011). Was Cantor Surprised?. The American Mathematical Monthly (March).

Grattan-Guiness, I. (2011). Numbers as Moments of Multisets: A New-Old Formulation of Arithmetic. The Mathematical Intelligencer 33(1): 19-29.

Hannah, J. (2011). Conventions for recreational problems in Fibonacci’s Liber Abbaci. Archive for History of Exact Sciences, 65(2), 155-180.

James, K. (2011). Reading numbers in early modern England. BSHM Bulletin: Journal of the British Society for the History of Mathematics, 26(1), 1–16.

McCartney, M. (2011). The poetic life of James Clerk Maxwell. BSHM Bulletin: Journal of the British Society for the History of Mathematics, 26(1), 29–43.

Morris, S.; Gotel, O. (2011). The role of flow charts in the early automation of applied mathematics. BSHM Bulletin: Journal of the British Society for the History of Mathematics, 26(1), 44–52.

Niculescu, C. (2011). Young Gauss Meets Dynamical Systems. The Mathematical Intelligencer 33(1): 2-4.

Panza, M. (2011). Rethinking geometrical exactness. Historia Mathematica, 38(1), 42-95.

Stewart, I. (2011). Cooking the Classics. The Mathematical Intelligencer 33(1): 61-71.

Thomaidis, Y. (2011). Some remarks on the meaning of equality in Diophantos’s Arithmetica. Historia Mathematica, 38(1), 28-41.

Weintraub, S. (2011). On Legendre’s Work on the Law of Quadratic Reciprocity. The American Mathematical Monthly (March).

Wisner, R. J. (2010). A Disquisition on the Square Root of Three. Loci (June 2010).

Ying, J.-M. (2011). The Kujang sulhae 九章術解: Nam Pyoˇng-Gil’s reinterpretation of the mathematical methods of the Jiuzhang suanshu. Historia Mathematica, 38(1), 1-27.

Zack, M. (2011). The Geometry of Christopher Wren and Robert Hooke: A Walking Tour in London. The Mathematical Intelligencer 33(1): 78-84.

New in February 2011

Despeaux, S. E. (2010). SMURCHOM: Providing Opportunities for Undergraduate Research in the History of Mathematics. Loci (August 2010).

Hughes, B. (2010). An early abridgement of Fibonacci’s De practica geometrie. Historia Mathematica, 37(4), 615-640.

Kainzinger, A. (2011). The mathematics in the structures of Stonehenge. Archive for History of Exact Sciences, 65(1), 67-97.

Khrushchev, S. (2010). Two Great Theorems of Lord Brouncker and His Formula. The Mathematical Intelligencer 32(4): 19-31.

Laubenbacher, R.; Pengelley, D. (2010). “Voici ce que j’ai trouvé:” Sophie Germain’s grand plan to prove Fermat’s Last Theorem. Historia Mathematica, 37(4), 641-692.

Masià-Fornos, R. (2010). A “lacuna” in Proposition 9 of Archimedes’ On the Sphere and the Cylinder, Book I. Historia Mathematica, 37(4), 568-578.

McLarty, C. (2011). Emmy Noether’s first great mathematics and the culmination of first-phase logicism, formalism, and intuitism. Archive for History of Exact Sciences, 65(1), 99-117.

Saito, K.; Sidoli, N. (2010). The function of diorism in ancient Greek analysis. Historia Mathematica, 37(4), 579-614.

Swetz, F. J.; Katz, V. J. (2010). Mathematical Treasures. Loci («This article is still “under construction.”»).

Yadav, B. S.; Mohan, M (Eds.) (2011). Ancient Indian Leaps into Mathematics. Birkauser.

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Anderson, M, Wilson, R, and Katz, V J (2009), Who gave you the epsilon?: and other tales of mathematical history, Mathematical Association of America.

Argün, Z., Arıkan, A., Bulut, S., & Sriraman, B. (2010). A brief history of mathematics education in Turkey: K-12 mathematics curricula. ZDM, 42(5), 429-441.

Avigad, J. (2010). “Plato’s Ghost: The Modernist Transformation of Mathematics by Jeremy Gray.” The Mathematical Intelligencer 32(2): 79–81.

Barrow-Green, J. (2010). Euler as an Educator. BSHM Bulletin: Journal of the British Society for the History of Mathematics, 25(1), 10-22.

Batterson, S (2009), Bocher, Osgood, and the ascendance of American mathematics at Harvard, Notices of the American Mathematical Society, 56, p. 916–930.

Beery, Janet (2009): Sums of Powers of Positive Integers. Convergence Volume 6.

Beery, Janet and Kathleen Clark, “HOM SIGMAA 2010 Student Paper Contest Winners,” Loci (June 2010).

Bell, J. (2010). “A summary of Euler’s work on the pentagonal number theorem.” Archive for History of Exact Sciences 64(3): 301–373.

Bellos, D. (2010). Mathematics, poetry, fiction: the adventure of the Oulipo. BSHM Bulletin: Journal of the British Society for the History of Mathematics, 25(2), 104–118.

Bjarnadóttir, K., Furinghetti, F., & Schubring, G. (eds.) (2009), “Dig where you stand”. Proceedings of the conference “On-going research in the History of Mathematics Education”. Reykjavik: University of Iceland – School of Education. (A copy may be purchased by contacting the bookstore of the School of Education, University of Iceland, email address: boksala@khi.is. The price is IKR 2785, which by the current rate is 15,50 Euros. The mailing cost will be added. The bookstore will send an invoice.)

Bos, E.-J. (2010). Princess Elizabeth of Bohemia and Descartes’ letters (1650-1665). Historia Mathematica, 37(3), 485-502.

Bovell, C. R. (2010). Two Examples of How the History of Mathematics Can Inform Theology. Theology and Science, 8(1), 69–85.

Bressoud, David M. (2010). Historical Reflections on Teaching Trigonometry. Mathematics Teacher, 104(2), 106.

Bussi, Maria G. Bartolini, Daina Taimina and Masami Isoda (2010): Concrete models and dynamic instruments as early technology tools in classrooms at the dawn of ICMI: from Felix Klein to present applications in mathematics classrooms in different parts of the world. ZDM Volume 42, Number 1/February, p. 19-31.

Catepillan, Ximena and Waclaw Szymanski, “Maya Calendar Conversions,” Loci (July 2010).

Charalambous, C Y, Panaoura, A, and Philippou, G (2009), ‘Using the history of mathematics to induce changes in preservice teachers’ beliefs and attitudes: Insights from evaluating a teacher education program’, Educational Studies in Mathematics, 71, 161–180.

Chorlay, Renaud (2010): From Problems to Structures: the Cousin Problems and the Emergence of the Sheaf Concept. Archive for History of Exact Sciences Volume 64, Number 1 p. 1-73.

Clark, K. M. (2010). Connecting local history, ancient history, and mathematics: the Eustis Elementary School pilot project. BSHM Bulletin: Journal of the British Society for the History of Mathematics, 25(3), 132-143.

Clark, K. M. (2010). Connecting local history, ancient history, and mathematics: the Eustis Elementary School pilot project. BSHM Bulletin: Journal of the British Society for the History of Mathematics, 25(1), 1–12.

Clark, Kathleen (2009): “In these numbers we use no fractions”: A Classroom Module on Stevin’s Decimal Numbers. Convergence Volume 6.

Cooper, Leon (2010): A new interpretation of Problem 10 of the Moscow Mathematical Papyrus. Historia Mathematica Volume 37, Issue 1, February 2010, Pages 11-27.

D D Craik, A. (2010). William Wallace’s chorograph (1839): a rare mathematical instrument. BSHM Bulletin: Journal of the British Society for the History of Mathematics, 25(1), 23-31.

D’Ambrosio, U. and M. Borba (2010). “Dynamics of change of mathematics education in Brazil and a scenario of current research.” ZDM 42(3): 271–279.

da Conceição Ferreira Reis Fonseca, M. (2010). “Adult Education and Ethnomathematics: appropriating results, methods, and principles.” ZDM 42(3): 361–369.

de Wreede, L. C. (2010). A dialogue on the use of arithmetic in geometry: Van Ceulen’s and Snellius’s Fundamenta Arithmetica et Geometrica. Historia Mathematica, 37(3), 376-402.

Descotes, D. (2010). An unknown mathematical manuscript by Blaise Pascal. Historia Mathematica, 37(3), 503-534.

Devlin, K. (2010). The Pascal-Fermat Correspondence: How Mathematics Is Really Done. Mathematics Teacher April 2010, Volume 103, Issue 8, Page 578.

Duke, D. (2010). “Greek angles from Babylonian numbers.” Archive for History of Exact Sciences 64(3): 375–394.

Erickson, P. (2010). “Mathematical Models, Rational Choice, and the Search for Cold War Culture.” Isis 101(2): 386–392.

Euclides (2009): Os elementos; tradução e introdução de Irineu Bicudo (ed.). (São Paulo: Editora UNESP). The first complete translation into Portuguese.

Ferreira, R. (2010). “Philosophical reflections prompted by the principles of ethnomathematics.” ZDM 42(3): 371–380.

Gadanidis, George and Vince Geiger (2010): A social perspective on technology-enhanced mathematical learning: from collaboration to performance. ZDM Volume 42, Number 1/February, p. 91-104.

Galuzzi, M. (2010). Newton’s attempt to construct a unitary view of mathematics. Historia Mathematica, 37(3), 535-562.

Gaull, M. (2010). From Tristram Shandy to Bertrand Russell: fiction and mathematics. BSHM Bulletin: Journal of the British Society for the History of Mathematics, 25(2), 81–91.

Gerdes, Paulus (2010): Exploration of technologies, emerging from African cultural practices, in mathematics (teacher) education. ZDM Volume 42, Number 1/February, p. 11-17.

Glaz, Sarah, “The Enigmatic Number e: A History in Verse and Its Uses in the Mathematics Classroom,” Loci (April 2010).

Guan, Y. (2010). A new interpretation of Shen Kuo’s Ying Biao Yi. Archive for History of Exact Sciences, 64(6), 707-719.

Helfgott, Harald and Michel Helfgott (2009): A Modern Vision of the Work of Cardano and Ferrari on Quartics. Convergence Volume 6.

Hogendijk, J. P. (2010). The scholar and the fencing master: The exchanges between Joseph Justus Scaliger and Ludolph van Ceulen on the circle quadrature (1594-1596). Historia Mathematica, 37(3), 345-375.

Howard, Christopher A.: Mathematics Problems from Ancient Egyptian Papyri. Mathematics Teacher December 2009, Volume 103, Issue 5.

Hughes, Barnabas (2010). An early abridgement of Fibonacci’s De practica geometrie, Historia Mathematica, In Press, Corrected Proof, Available online 19 January 2010.

Isis (2009). “Current Bibliography of the History of Science and Its Cultural Influences, 2009.” Isis 100(S1): i–280.

Jankvist, U. (2010). “An empirical study of using history as a ‘goal’.” Educational Studies in Mathematics 74(1): 53–74.

Jankvist, U. (2010). A century of mathematics education: ICMI’s first hundred years, Historia Mathematica, In Press, Corrected Proof, Available online 2 April 2010.

Jenkins, A. (2010). Mathematics and mental health in early nineteenth-century England. BSHM Bulletin: Journal of the British Society for the History of Mathematics, 25(2), 92–103.

Katscher, Friedrich, “Extracting Square Roots Made Easy: A Little Known Medieval Method,” Loci (June 2010).

Kidwell, Peggy Aldrich (2009): Computing devices, mathematics education and mathematics: Sexton’s omnimetre in its time. Historia Mathematica Volume 36, Issue 4, November 2009, Pages 395-404.

Kourkoulos, M. & Tzanakis, C. (2010). History, and students’ understanding of variance in statistics. BSHM Bulletin: Journal of the British Society for the History of Mathematics, 25(3), 168-178.

Krantz, Steven G. (2010): An Episodic History of Mathematics: Mathematical Culture Through Problem Solving. MAA.

Krüger, J. (2010). Lessons from the early seventeenth century for mathematics curriculum design. BSHM Bulletin: Journal of the British Society for the History of Mathematics, 25(3), 144-161.

Latulippe, Christine and Joe Latulippe, “Discovering the Beauty of Science,” Loci (March 2010).

Laubenbacher, Reinhard and David Pengelley (2010). ‘Voici ce que j’ai trouve:’ Sophie Germain’s grand plan to prove Fermat’s Last Theorem, Historia Mathematica, In Press, Corrected Proof, Available online 9 March 2010.

Legendre, Adrien-Marie (2009), Elementos de Geometria. Reedição da primeira tradução brasileira de 1809, Luis Carlos Guimarães (org.) (Rio de Janeiro: Editora LIMC-UFRJ).

Liu Chao, Lu Shu-huan and Sun Feng-jun (2010). Inspiration and Analysis on Mathematics Historical Sources in New Mathematics Curriculum in Japan’s High School. Journal of Mathematics Education (China) 2010-01.

Malpangotto, Michela (2010): Graphical Choices and Geometrical Thought in the Transmission of Theodosius’ Spherics from Antiquity to the Renaissance. Archive for History of Exact Sciences Volume 64, Number 1 p. 75-112.

Mancosu, P., & Arana, A. (2010). Descartes and the cylindrical helix. Mathematica, 37(3), 403-427.

Mann, T. (2010). From Sylvia Plath’s The bell jar to the Bad Sex Award: a partial account of the uses of mathematics in fiction. BSHM Bulletin: Journal of the British Society for the History of Mathematics, 25(2), 58–66.

Maronne, S. (2010). Contexts, emergence and issues of Cartesian geometry: In honour of Henk Bos’s 70th birthday. Historia Mathematica, 37(3), 341-344.

Maronne, S. (2010). The ovals in the Excerpta Mathematica and the origins of Descartes’ method of normals. Historia Mathematica, 37(3), 460-484.

Mayfield, Betty and Kimberly Tysdal (2009): A Locally Compact REU in the History of Mathematics: Involving Undergraduates in Research. Convergence Volume 6.

Miguel, A. and I. Mendes (2010). “Mobilizing histories in mathematics teacher education: memories, social practices, and discursive games.” ZDM 42(3): 381–392.

Musto, G. (2010). Mathematical timelines. BSHM Bulletin: Journal of the British Society for the History of Mathematics, 25(3), 162-167.

Nauenberg, M. (2010). “The early application of the calculus to the inverse square force problem.” Archive for History of Exact Sciences 64(3): 269–300.

Ng, Wee Leng (2010): Effects of an Ancient Chinese Mathematics Enrichment Programme on Secondary School Students’ Achievement in Mathematics. International Journal of Science and Mathematics Education Volume 8, Number 1/February, p. 25-50.

Papadopoulos, I. (2010). “Reinventing” Techniques For The Estimation Of The Area Of Irregular Plane Figures: From The Eighteenth Century To The Modern Classroom. International Journal of Science and Mathematics Education, 8(5), 869-890.

Parshall, K H (2009), ‘Marshall Stone and the internationalization of the American mathematical research community’, Bulletin of the American Mathematical Society, 46, 459–484.

Pesic, P. (2010). Hearing the Irrational: Music and the Development of the Modern Concept of Number. Isis, 101(3), 501-530.

Rabouin, D. (2010). What Descartes knew of mathematics in 1628. Historia Mathematica, 37(3), 428-459.

Robson, Eleanor and Jacqueline A. Stedall (eds.) (2009): The Oxford handbook of the history of mathematics. Oxford University Press.

Rocha, J F M (2009), ‘The concept of field in the classroom: a historical-conceptual approach’, Revista Brasileira de Ensino de Fisica, 31, art. no. 1604.

Rowlands, S. (2010). “A Pilot Study of a Cultural-Historical Approach to Teaching Geometry.” Science & Education 19(1): 55–73.

Schubring, Gert (2009), „A origem da geometria de Legendre e o seu impacto internacional“, in: Adrien-Marie Legendre, Elementos de Geometria. Reedição da primeira tradução brasileira de 1809, Luis Carlos Guimarães (org.) Rio de Janeiro: Editora LIMC, 353-384.

Schubring, Gert (2009), „Hermann Günther Graßmann (1809–1877) – Ein vielseitiger Innovator“, DMV-Mitteilungen der Deutschen Mathematiker Vereinigung, 17: 3, 181-189.

Schubring, Gert (2009), „The way from the combinatorial school to the reception of the Weierstrassian analysis“, Dalla pecia all’e-book. Libri per l’Università: stampa, editoria, circolazione e lettura. Atti del Convegno internazionale di studi, Bologna, 21-25 ottobre 2008, a cura di Gian Paolo Brizzi, Maria Gioia Tavoni. Bologna: CLUEB, pp. 431-442.

Schubring, Gert (2010): Die Debatten um einen Mathematik-Lehrplan an den Gymnasien in Westfalen 1834. Eine regionale Sozialgeschichte der Einführung von Mathematik als Hauptfach. Münster: WTM-Verlag.

Schubring, Gert (2010): Historical comments on the use of technology and devices in ICMEs and ICMI. ZDM Volume 42, Number 1/February, p. 5-9.
Schwartz, Randy K., “Combining Strands of Many Colors: Episodes from Medieval Islam for the Mathematics Classroom,” Loci (August 2010).

Siegmund-Schultze, Reinhard (2009): Mathematicians Fleeing from Nazi Germany. Individual Fates and Global Impact. Princeton and Oxford (Princeton University Press).

Siegmund-Schultze, Reinhard (2010). On a missed opportunity for collaboration between historians and mathematicians: A biographical avalanche triggered by Professor Ioan James, FRS., Historia Mathematica, In Press, Corrected Proof, Available online 2 April 2010.

Siegmund-Schultze, Reinhard (2010). Sets versus trial sequences, Hausdorff versus von Mises: ‘Pure’ mathematics prevails in the foundations of probability around 1920, Historia Mathematica, Volume 37, Issue 2, May 2010, Pages 204–241.

Stemkoski, Lee (2009): Investigating Euler’s Polyhedral Formula Using Original Sources. Convergence Volume 6.

Tan Xiao-ze (2010). Spirit Heritage and Education Worth of Greece Mathematics Culture. Journal of Mathematics Education (China) 2010-01.

Tatar, Enver, Tevfik Isleyen, Yasin Soylu, Levent Akgun, Teaching square root numbers: from the perspective of Ibrahim Hakki of Erzurum, Procedia Social and Behavioral Sciences, Volume 2, Issue 2, Innovation and Creativity in Education, 2010, Pages 1102–1106.

Thanailaki, P. (2010). Breaking social barriers: Florentia Fountoukli (1869–1915). BSHM Bulletin: Journal of the British Society for the History of Mathematics, 25(1), 32-38.

van Brummelen, Glen (2010): Filling in the short blanks: musings on bringing the historiography of mathematics to the classroom. BSHM Bulletin: Journal of the British Society for the History of Mathematics, Volume 25, Issue 1 March, pages 2 – 9.

Villarreal, Mónica E. and Marcelo C. Borba (2010): Collectives of humans-with-media in mathematics education: notebooks, blackboards, calculators, computers and … notebooks throughout 100 years of ICMI. ZDM Volume 42, Number 1/February, p. 49-62.

Volkov, Alexei (2010). Commentaries upon commentaries: The translation of the Jiu zhang suan shu 九章算術 by Karine Chemla and Guo Shuchun, Historia Mathematica, Volume 37, Issue 2, May 2010, Pages 281–301.

Wagner, R. (2010). The natures of numbers in and around Bombelli’s L’algebra. Archive for History of Exact Sciences, 64(5), 485-523.

Wardhaugh, B. (2010). ‘Let us put on the shade of Newton’: Isaac Newton on stage, 1829–2006 — Review Essay. BSHM Bulletin: Journal of the British Society for the History of Mathematics, 25(2), 67–80.

Wardhaugh, Benjamin (2010). How to Read Historical Mathematics. Princeton University Press.
Wisner, Robert J. (2009): The Classic Greek Ladder and Newton’s Method. Convergence Volume 6.

Xu Zhang-tao, Wang Xiao-qin, Mei Quan-xiong (2010): Genetic Approach to Teaching and Learning: from History to Classroom. Journal of Mathematics Education (China) 2010-01.




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