The American Mathematical Society has maintained an active publishing program for over 100 years and has established a reputation as one of the top publishers of advanced mathematics.
The AMS Book Program began with our Colloquium series, which has its roots in the famous 1894 lectures of Felix Klein. It has since grown into one of the most respected collections of mathematical literature in the world. We publish nearly 100 new titles each year, including groundbreaking monographs, graduate and undergraduate textbooks, conference proceedings, translations, and works of popular mathematics. In 2018, the AMS acquired the MAA Press, the book program of the Mathematical Association of America, adding its innovative and imaginative titles to our list.
AMS peer-reviewed journals are of the highest quality in mathematical research.
MathSciNet® is the authoritative gateway to the scholarly literature of mathematics. MathSciNet contains information on over 4 million articles and books, with direct links to over 2.7 million articles in over 1,800 journals. MathSciNet includes expert reviews, personalizable author profiles, and citation information on articles, books, journals, and authors.
Open Math Notes
Open Math Notes is a repository of freely downloadable mathematical works in progress hosted by the American Mathematical Society as a service to researchers, teachers and students. These draft works include course notes, textbooks, and research expositions in progress.
Information for Librarians
As instructors, researchers, facilitators and experts, librarians and other information professionals play an important role in the AMS user community. Here you'll find information about AMS products, tools for managing your account and resources to help you interact with your patrons. Learn more . . .
Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion in AMS Publications
AMS Publications is proud to be a signatory of the Joint Commitment for Action on Inclusion and Diversity in Publishing and an active member of the related working group. The working group is developing best practices for greater understanding of the work to be done to broaden participation in scholarly communication and increase the diversity of those in leadership positions. The working group also provides recommendations for minimum standards and policies to further diversity, equity, and inclusion in publishing.
Accessibility and AMS Online Publications
The AMS is committed to providing optimal online content for all our readers. This means that we strive to adhere as closely as possible to the Web Content Accessibility Guidelines of the World Wide Web Consortium. These efforts help us to fulfill our mission of connecting the global mathematics community and maximize the reach of our content. Furthermore, making our content accessible often makes it better for all our readers. Learn more about our efforts.