AMS Book Program
The Book Program includes:
- AMS monographs
- Undergraduate and graduate textbooks
- General interest mathematics (including books not in a series)
- Conference proceedings and collections
- The MAA Press
Where to buy AMS Books
- The AMS Bookstore offers print and ebook versions of our entire catalog for sale to individuals.
- AMS eBook Collections for libraries are available through ams.org. Most of our titles are also available for individual purchase by libraries via ProQuest, EBSCO, and CNPIEC.
- Google Play includes over 2,500 AMS pure and applied mathematics titles in eBook form.
About the AMS Book Program
The AMS Book Program began with our Colloquium series, which has its roots in the famous 1894 lectures of Felix Klein. Mathematical Surveys followed, as well as conference proceedings, volumes from summer workshops, and regular translations, especially from Russian. In the early 1990s, the AMS began adding additional monograph and copublication series (including Graduate Studies in Mathematics, Student Mathematical Library, Clay Mathematics, and Courant Lecture Notes). Since then, our list has grown to include additional series and an increasing number of books in general interest and recreational mathematics. In 2017, the AMS acquired the publishing program of the MAA Press, adding its innovative textbooks and high-quality monographs to our list.
The AMS Book Program serves the mathematical community by publishing books that further mathematical research, awareness, education, and the profession while generating resources that support other Society programs and activities. As a professional society of mathematicians and one of the world’s leading publishers of mathematical literature, we publish books that meet the highest standards for their content and production.