Links and Resources for JHM
Resources for JHM authors
You can find a copy of An Incomplete Style Guide for The Journal of Humanistic Mathematics here.
Poetry Readings at the Joint Mathematics Meetings
ANNOUNCING Poetry + Art + Math, January 7, 2016, Thursday, 5:30 pm–7:00 pm.Organized by Gizem Karaali, Pomona College; Lawrence M. Lesser, University of Texas at El Paso; and Douglas Norton, Villanova University. In the last few years, JMM attendees have enjoyed eclectic poetry readings. This year’s poetry reading will be augmented by a guest lecture by Seattle mathematical artist / poet Michael Schultheis. Schultheis’s art will also be displayed during the session. All who are interested in mathematical poetry and/or mathematical art are invited. Come to share your poetry or simply enjoy the poetry-art-math! Though we do not discourage last-minute decisions to participate, we invite and encourage poets to submit poetry (no more than three poems, no longer than five minutes) and a bio in advance—and, as a result, be listed on our printed program. Inquiries and submissions (by December 1, 2015) may be made to Gizem Karaali via email. Sponsors for this event include the Journal of Humanistic Mathematics and SIGMAA-ARTS.
Download Program for the 2012 Poetry Reading (PDF)
Download Program for the 2013 Poetry Reading (PDF)
Download Program for the 2014 Poetry Reading (PDF)
Download Program for the 2015 Poetry Reading (PDF)
Other links of interest for readers of JHM
Humanistic Mathematics Network Journal Digital Archives: "The Humanistic Mathematics Network Newsletter (HMNN) was founded by Alvin White in the summer of 1987. The Newsletter was later renamed The Humanistic Mathematics Network Journal (HMNJ). The last issue of the HMNJ was published in 2004. This is the open access digital archive of the full run of the HMNN/HMNJ (1987-2004)."
Eipiphiny Society: "The aim of the eipiphiny society is to discover and implement ways to enable every child to experience MEHMEs [meaningful, emotional, humanistic, mathematical experiences]."
+plus magazine: "Plus magazine opens a door to the world of maths, with all its beauty and applications, by providing articles from top mathematicians and science writers on topics as diverse as art, medicine, cosmology and sport."