*American Mathematical Monthly*

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|Subject |Discipline}} | Mathematics |
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Language | English |

Publication details | |

History | 1894 to present |

Publisher | Taylor & Francis for the Mathematical Association of America ^{[1]} (United States) |

Frequency | 10/year |

Standard abbreviations | |

ISO 4 | Am. Math. Mon. |

MathSciNet | Amer. Math. Monthly |

Indexing | |

ISSN | 0002-9890 |

JSTOR | amermathmont |

Links | |

* The American Mathematical Monthly* is a mathematical journal founded by Benjamin Finkel in 1894. It is published ten times each year by Taylor & Francis for the Mathematical Association of America.

The *American Mathematical Monthly* is an expository journal intended for a wide audience of mathematicians, from undergraduate students to research professionals. Articles are chosen on the basis of their broad interest and reviewed and edited for quality of exposition as well as content. In this the *American Mathematical Monthly* fulfills a different role from that of typical mathematical research journals. The *American Mathematical Monthly* is the most widely read mathematics journal in the world according to records on JSTOR.^{[2]}^{[3]}

Tables of contents with article abstracts from 1997–2010 are available online.

The MAA gives the Lester R. Ford Awards annually to "authors of articles of expository excellence" published in the *American Mathematical Monthly*.^{[4]}

## Editors

- 2017– : Susan Colley
- 2012–2016: Scott T. Chapman
- 2007–2011: Daniel J. Velleman
- 2002–2006: Bruce Palka
- 1997–2001: Roger A. Horn
- 1992–1996: John H. Ewing
- 1987–1991: Herbert S. Wilf
- 1982–1986: Paul Richard Halmos
- 1978–1981: Ralph Philip Boas, Jr.
- 1977–1978: Alex Rosenberg and Ralph Philip Boas Jr.
- 1974–1976: Alex Rosenberg
- 1969–1973: Harley Flanders
- 1967–1968: Robert Abraham Rosenbaum
- 1962–1966: Frederick Arthur Ficken
- 1957–1961: Ralph Duncan James
- 1952–1956: Carl Barnett Allendoerfer
- 1947–1951: Carroll Vincent Newsom
- 1942–1946: Lester Randolph Ford
- 1937–1941: Elton James Moulton
- 1932–1936: Walter Buckingham Carver
- 1927–1931: William Henry Bussey
- 1923–1926: Walter Burton Ford
- 1922: Albert Arnold Bennett
- 1919–1921: Raymond Clare Archibald
- 1918: Robert Daniel Carmichael
- 1916–1917: Herbert Ellsworth Slaught
- 1914–1915: Board of editors: C.H. Ashton, R.P. Baker, W.C. Brenke, W.H. Bussey, W.DeW. Cairns, Florian Cajori, R.D. Carmichael, D.R. Curtiss, I.M. DeLong, B.F. Finkel, E.R. Hedrick, L.C. Karpinski, G.A. Miller, W.H. Roever, H.E. Slaught
- 1913: Herbert Ellsworth Slaught
- 1909–1912: Benjamin Franklin Finkel, Herbert Ellsworth Slaught, George Abram Miller
- 1907–1908: Benjamin Franklin Finkel, Herbert Ellsworth Slaught
- 1905–1906: Benjamin Franklin Finkel, Leonard Eugene Dickson, Oliver Edmunds Glenn
- 1904: Benjamin Franklin Finkel, Leonard Eugene Dickson, Saul Epsteen
- 1903: Benjamin Franklin Finkel, Leonard Eugene Dickson
- 1894–1902: Benjamin Franklin Finkel, John Marvin Colaw

## See also

*Mathematics Magazine**Notices of the American Mathematical Society*, another "most widely read mathematics journal in the world"

## Notes

- ↑ "Newsroom | Taylor & Francis". http://newsroom.taylorandfrancisgroup.com/news/press-release/taylor-francis-group-and-mathematical-association-of-america-begin-publ. Retrieved 2018-01-10.
- ↑ "JSTOR usage statistics". http://stats.jstor.org/.
- ↑ Mathematical Association of America
- ↑ "The Mathematical Association of America's The Lester R. Ford Award". Mathematical Association of America. October 16, 2008. Archived from the original on 30 January 2009. https://web.archive.org/web/20090130063519/http://maa.org/awards/ford.html. Retrieved 2009-01-31.

## External links

*American Mathematical Monthly*homepage- Archive of tables of contents with article summaries
- Mathematical Association of America
*American Mathematical Monthly*on JSTOR*The American mathematical monthly*, hathitrust