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AMS Monographs

The AMS publishes a broad spectrum of monographs, from books and textbooks for undergraduates, to texts for graduate students, to surveys and lecture notes for postdocs and established mathematicians. Such books have been part of our publishing program for over 100 years. AMS monographs maintain the highest standards for scholarship and exposition.

AMS Non-Series Monographs

The American Mathematical Society publishes many titles that do not fit into a specific series. These books may be geared towards a certain readership or may have a broad appeal to anyone interested in mathematics. Some of the books are dedicated to the teaching of mathematics and career development, while others are geared towards a specific discipline or education level.

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Electronic Backfile Collection

2007-2014 Selected Titles (35 volumes)

  • List US$1894
  • Institutional Member (Domestic and Foreign): US$1515

CBMS Issues in Mathematics Education

ISSN 2380-5684 (online); ISSN 1047-398X (print)

This series of the Conference Board of the Mathematical Sciences (CBMS), published in cooperation with the Mathematical Association of America, promotes information exchange intended to revitalize the teaching of mathematics and statistics at all levels. Innovative teaching efforts are profiled in these volumes.

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1990-2012 (18 volumes)

  • List US$863
  • Institutional Member (Domestic and Foreign): US$706

CBMS Regional Conference Series in Mathematics

ISSN 2380-5668 (online); ISSN 0160-7642 (print)

Each monograph offers a written account of lectures given by the author as principal speaker at a regional conference sponsored by the Conference Board of the Mathematical Sciences and supported by the National Science Foundation. The material in these lectures is accessible to nonspecialists.

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1970-2015 (122 volumes)

  • List US$3709
  • Institutional Member (Domestic and Foreign): US$2967

Graduate Studies in Mathematics

ISSN 2376-9203 (online); ISSN 1065-7338 (print)

The volumes in Graduate Studies in Mathematics are specifically designed as graduate studies texts, but are also suitable for recommended and/or supplemental course reading. With appeal to both students and professors, these texts make ideal independent study resources. The breadth and depth of the series coverage make it an ideal acquisition for all academic libraries that support mathematics programs.

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1993-2011 Selected Titles (114 volumes)

  • List: US$6,987
  • Institutional Member (Domestic and Foreign): US$5,589.60

Mathematical Surveys and Monographs

ISSN 2331-7159 (online); ISSN 0076-5376 (print)

This series of high-level monographs is designed to meet the need for detailed expositions in current research fields. Each volume in the Mathematical Surveys and Monographs series gives a survey of the subject along with a brief introduction to recent developments and unsolved problems.

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2014 (8 volumes)

  • List: US$768
  • Institutional Member (Domestic and Foreign): US$614.40

2012-2013 (14 volumes)

  • List: US$1,355
  • Institutional Member (Domestic and Foreign): US$1,084

2011 (10 volumes)

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

1943-2010 (169 volumes)

  • List: US$11,616
  • Institutional Member (Domestic and Foreign): US$9,292.80

The 1943-2010 backfile is also available in the following subsets:

  • Volumes 1-34
  • Volumes 35-68
  • Volumes 69-102
  • Volumes 103-136
  • Volumes 137-169

Pricing for each subset:

  • List: US$2,544
  • Institutional Members (Domestic and Foreign): US$2,035.20

Mathematical World

ISSN 2380-5692 (online); ISSN 1055-9426 (print)

This accessible series brings the beauty and wonder of mathematics to the advanced high school student, the mathematics teacher, the scientist or engineer, and the lay reader with a strong interest in mathematics. Mathematical World features well-written, challenging expository works that illustrate the fascination and usefulness of mathematics

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1991-2013 Selected Titles (23 volumes)

  • List US$729
  • Institutional Member (Domestic and Foreign): US$583

Student Mathematical Library

ISSN 2376-9173 (online); ISSN 1520-9121 (print)

The AMS undergraduate series, the Student Mathematical Library, is for books that will spark students' interests in modern mathematics and increase their appreciation for research. Books published in the series emphasize original topics and approaches. The step from mathematical coursework to mathematical research is one of the most important developments in a mathematician's career. To make the transition successfully, the student must be motivated and interested in doing mathematics rather than merely learning it. They are suitable for honors courses, upper-division seminars, reading courses, or self-study.

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1999-2014 Selected Titles (68 volumes)

  • List: US$2,689
  • Institutional Member (Domestic and Foreign): US$2,151.20

University Lecture Series

ISSN 2376-919X (online); ISSN 1047-3998 (print)

Each book in the University Lecture Series focuses on an important and rapidly developing topic, and is designed to give readers the most current information on the subject area. Some books in the series originated from important lecture series given by outstanding mathematicians worldwide.

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1989-2014 (62 volumes)

  • List: US$2,104
  • Institutional Member (Domestic and Foreign): US$1,683.20