*The Mathematical Intelligencer*

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* The Mathematical Intelligencer* is a mathematical journal published by Springer Verlag that aims at a conversational and scholarly tone, rather than the technical and specialist tone more common among academic journals. It was started by mathematicians Bruce Chandler and Harold Edwards Jr. and first appeared in 1979.

*Mathematical Conversations*

The book *Mathematical Conversations*, published by Springer in 2000, selected twenty articles from 1980 to 2000 from the *Mathematical Intelligencer*, and organised them into seven parts:

- Interviews and Reminiscences
- Algebra and Number Theory
- Analysis
- Applied Mathematics
- Arrangements and Patterns
- Geometry and Topology
- History of Mathematics

## References

- Branislav Kisacanin (2001) Review of
*Mathematical Conversations*. Mathematical Association of America.

## External links

- Home page for
*Mathematical Intelligencer*at Springer Verlag. - Electronic version of
*Mathematical Intelligencer*at SpringerLink

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