The American Mathematical Monthly
The American Mathematical Monthly publishes articles, notes, and other features about mathematics and the profession. Its readers span a broad spectrum of mathematical interests and abilities. Authors are invited to submit articles and notes that bring interesting mathematical ideas to a wide audience of Monthly readers.
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Table of Contents and Article Summaries from 1997 to the present.The Monthly's readers expect a high standard of exposition; they expect articles to inform, stimulate, challenge, enlighten, and even entertain. Monthly articles are meant to be read, enjoyed, and discussed, rather than just archived. Articles may be expositions of old or new results, historical or biographical essays, speculations or definitive treatments, broad developments, or explorations of a single application. Novelty and generality are far less important than clarity of exposition and broad appeal. Appropriate figures, diagrams, and photographs are encouraged.
Notes are short, sharply focused, and possibly informal. They are often gems that provide a new proof of an old theorem, a novel presentation of a familiar theme, or a lively discussion of a single issue.
Beginning January 1, 2011, The Monthly will cease to accept articles via e-mail or regular mail. Submission of articles and notes is required via The Monthly's Editorial Manager System. Upload initial submissions in pdf or LaTeX form at http://www.editorialmanager.com/monthly.
The Editorial Manager System will cue the author for all required information concerning the paper. Questions concerning submission of papers can be addressed to the Editor-Elect Scott Chapman at firstname.lastname@example.org. Authors who use LaTeX are urged to use article.sty or a similar generic style, and its standard environments with no custom formatting. The style of citations for journal articles and books should match that used on MathSciNet.
Letters to the Editor on any topic are invited. Comments, criticisms, and suggestions for making The Monthly more lively, entertaining, and informative can be forwarded to Editor-Elect Scott Chapman.
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JSTOR All-Stars: American Mathematical Monthly (March 24, 2011)
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