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**Ellen Abrams**
(2020)

“Indebted to No One”: Grounding and Gendering the Self-Made Mathematician.
*Historical Studies in the Natural Sciences*
(pp. 217-247).
(/isis/citation/CBB577423770/)

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**Henrik Kragh Sørensen**
(2016)

Appropriating Role Models for the Mathematical Profession: Biographies in the American Mathematical Monthly Around 1900.
In: *Historiography of Mathematics in the 19th and 20th Centuries*
(pp. 79-108).
(/isis/citation/CBB817649743/)

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**Bindner, Donald J.; Erickson, Martin**
(2012)

Alcuin's Sequence.
*American Mathematical Monthly*
(p. 115).
(/isis/citation/CBB001211026/)

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**Grünbaum, Branko**
(2012)

Is Napoleon's Theorem Really Napoleon's Theorem?.
*American Mathematical Monthly*
(p. 495).
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**Bailey, David H.; Borwein, Jonathan M.**
(2012)

Ancient Indian Square Roots: An Exercise in Forensic Paleo-Mathematics.
*American Mathematical Monthly*
(p. 646).
(/isis/citation/CBB001211024/)

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**Berndt, Bruce C.**
(2011)

The Chief Accountant and Mathematical Friend of Ramanujan---S. Narayana Aiyar.
*American Mathematical Monthly*
(p. 767).
(/isis/citation/CBB001211027/)

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**Cox, David A.**
(2011)

Why Eisenstein Proved the Eisenstein Criterion and Why Schönemann Discovered It First.
*American Mathematical Monthly*
(p. 3).
(/isis/citation/CBB001211029/)

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**Bressoud, David M.**
(2011)

Historical Reflections on Teaching the Fundamental Theorem of Integral Calculus.
*American Mathematical Monthly*
(p. 99).
(/isis/citation/CBB001211028/)

Article
**Richey, Matthew**
(2010)

The Evolution of Markov Chain Monte Carlo Methods.
*American Mathematical Monthly*
(p. 383).
(/isis/citation/CBB001211030/)

Article
**Grabiner, Judith**
(2009)

Why Did Lagrange “Prove” the Parallel Postulate?.
*American Mathematical Monthly*
(p. 3).
(/isis/citation/CBB001023437/)

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**Grabiner, Judith**
(2004)

Newton, Maclaurin, and the Authority of Mathematics.
*American Mathematical Monthly*
(p. 841).
(/isis/citation/CBB001023434/)

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**Roberts, David Lindsay**
(2001)

E. H. Moore's Early Twentieth-Century Program for Reform in Mathematics Education.
*American Mathematical Monthly*
(p. 689).
(/isis/citation/CBB000400997/)

Review
**Gold, B.**
(1999)

Review of "Social constructivism as a philosophy of mathematics".
*American Mathematical Monthly*.
(/isis/citation/CBB000148419/)

Review
**Diaz, R.**
(1999)

Review of "An imaginary tale: The story of [the square root of minus one]".
*American Mathematical Monthly*.
(/isis/citation/CBB000149575/)

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**Laugwitz, Detlef**
(1999)

Riemann's dissertation and its effect on the evolution of mathematics.
*American Mathematical Monthly*
(pp. 463-469).
(/isis/citation/CBB000082273/)

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**Bashmakova, I.G.; Smirnova, G.S.**
(1999)

The birth of literal algebra.
*American Mathematical Monthly*
(pp. 57-66).
(/isis/citation/CBB000080688/)

Review
**Meier, J.; Thorme, T.**
(1999)

Review of "The social life of numbers: A Quechua ontology of numbers and philosophy of arithmetic. With the collaboration of Nina Llanos, Primitivo".
*American Mathematical Monthly*.
(/isis/citation/CBB000150346/)

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**Bashmakova, I.G.; Smirnova, G.S.**
(1999)

The literal calculus of Viète and Descartes.
*American Mathematical Monthly*
(pp. 260-263).
(/isis/citation/CBB000081510/)

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**Cannell, D.M.**
(1999)

George Green: An enigmatic mathematician.
*American Mathematical Monthly*
(pp. 136-151).
(/isis/citation/CBB000082246/)

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**Rice, Adrian**
(1999)

What makes a great mathematics teacher? The case of Augustus De Morgan.
*American Mathematical Monthly*
(pp. 534-552).
(/isis/citation/CBB000082284/)

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