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e-Memoirs 2020 subscription year includes:

  • 6 volumes
  • Approximately 4,600 pages of content

Pricing:

  • List: US$955
  • Institutional Members (Domestic and Foreign): US$764

For additional Memoirs formats and pricing, please see our current subscription rates.

 
Electronic Backfile Collections

Electronic Backfile Collections

2019 (6 volumes comprising 40 numbers)

  • List: US$1,620
  • Institutional Members (Domestic and Foreign): US$1,296

2018 (6 volumes comprising 37 numbers)

  • List: US$1,620
  • Institutional Members (Domestic and Foreign): US$1,296

2017 (6 volumes comprising 38 numbers)

  • List: US$1,620
  • Institutional Members (Domestic and Foreign): US$1,296

2016 (6 volumes comprising 27 numbers)

  • List: US$1,500
  • Institutional Members (Domestic and Foreign): US$1,200

2015 (6 volumes comprising 34 numbers)

  • List: US$1,500
  • Institutional Members (Domestic and Foreign): US$1,200

2014 (6 volumes comprising 30 numbers)

  • List: US$1,500
  • Institutional Members (Domestic and Foreign): US$1,200

2013 (6 volumes comprising 28 numbers)

  • List: US$1,000
  • Institutional Members (Domestic and Foreign): US$800
  • Sites that have subscribed to the 2013 Memoirs of the AMS, in either electronic or print format, will be entitled to a 50% discount off the price of this backfile.

1950-2012 (220 volumes comprising 1,036 numbers)

  • List: US$20,000
  • Institutional Members (Domestic and Foreign): US$16,000
  • Sites that have subscribed to Memoirs of the AMS, in either electronic or print format, for the past 15 consecutive years will be entitled to a 50% discount off the price of this backfile.

The 1950-2012 backfile is also available in the following subsets:

  • Numbers 1-103
  • Numbers 104-204
  • Numbers 205-307
  • Numbers 308-411
  • Numbers 412-515
  • Numbers 516-619
  • Numbers 620-723
  • Numbers 724-827
  • Numbers 828-931
  • Numbers 932-1036

Pricing for each subset:

  • List: US$2,244
  • Institutional Members (Domestic and Foreign): US$1,795.20
 
For Authors

For Authors

 
Publication Overview

Publication Overview

Memoirs of the American Mathematical Society is devoted to the publication of research in all areas of pure and applied mathematics. The Memoirs is designed particularly to publish long papers or groups of cognate papers in book form, and is under the supervision of the Editorial Committee of the AMS journal Transactions of the AMS. To be accepted by the editorial board, manuscripts must be correct, new, and significant. Further, they must be well written and of interest to a substantial number of mathematicians. Papers appearing in the Memoirs are generally at least 80 and not more than 200 published pages in length. Papers less than 80 or more than 200 published pages require the approval of the Managing Editor of the Transactions/Memoirs Editorial Board.

The Memoirs consists of six published volumes per year, each typically containing four or more numbers. Each number contains either a single monograph or a group of related papers

Backlog information

As of February 29, 2020, the Memoirs backlog was approximately 20 volumes. This estimate is the result of dividing the number of manuscripts in the Providence office that have not yet gone to the printer on the above date by the average number of monographs per volume over the previous twelve months, reduced by the number of volumes published in four months (the time necessary for processing a typical volume). In an effort to make manuscripts available as quickly as possible, manuscripts are electronically published on the AMS website individually before appearing in print.

Inquiries

Any inquiries concerning a Memoir that has been accepted for publication should be sent by email or by postal mail to the Electronic PrePress Department, American Mathematical Society, 201 Charles Street, Providence, RI 02904-2213 USA.

 
Copying and Reprinting

Copying and Reprinting

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Republication, systematic copying, or multiple reproduction of any material in this publication is permitted only under license from the American Mathematical Society. Requests for permission to reuse portions of AMS publication content are handled by the Copyright Clearance Center. For more information, please visit www.ams.org/publications/pubpermissions.

Excluded from these provisions is material for which the author holds copyright. In such cases, requests for permission to reuse or reprint material should be addressed directly to the author(s).