The Saga of Mathematics:
Links to web sites using The Saga of Mathematics
- Dr. Amin Boumenir at University of West Georgia in his class An Introduction to the History of Mathematics. His syllabus is here.
- Dr. A. Serpil Saydam at The University of Louisiana at Monroe for her Math 201H-02 Honors Mathematics course. Her syllabus is here.
- Professor Ali Dad-del at University of California, Davis for his FRS 001C - A Historic View of Mathematics course.
- Professor Robert Garry at University of Hawaii at Hilo for his Math 100 The Story of Mathematics course. His syllabus is here and his course website is here. Check out his link Our Journey.
- Professor Jane-Marie Wright at Suffolk Community College for her MA 28H - Mathematics A Historical Perspective course. Course web site is here. Her syllabus is here.
- Dr. Jane Brandsma at Greensboro College. for her MATH 350 – History of Mathematics course. Her syllabus is here.
- Dr. Herbert Kasube at Bradley University his for MTH 300 - History of Mathematics course. His syllabus is here.
- Dr. Janet Berry at University of Redlands.
- Professor Sherri Brugh at Mount Union College. Her syllabus is here.
- Dr. Erlan Wheeler at Carthage College. He has a nice collection of Archives. The Zeller's congruence from page 185 of The Saga of Mathematics.
- Brooklyn Technical High School has added it to their Math & Computer Science Reading List June 2003.
- M. Arrasmith at Wichita State University for his MATH 300G - Evolution of Mathematics course since Summer 2004. His syllabus is here.
- Dr. Tom Fanney at Virginia Wesleyan College for his Math 125 - Mathematics in Western Culture course. His syllabus is here.
- Dr. Michael A. Jonesat Montclair State University in his MATH 103-08 - Development of Mathematics course. His syllabus is here.
- Dr. Carol Williams at Abilene Christian University for her MATH 311 - Geometric Concepts for Teachers I. Her syllabus is here.
- Dr. Connie Yarema at Abilene Christian University for her MATH 309 - Algebraic Concepts for Teachers I. Her syllabus is here.
- Dr. Aparna W. Higgins uses it in her MTH 295: Historical Roots of Elementary Mathematics at the University of Dayton. See this page. The Mathematical Association of America has named Aparna Higgins a recipient of the 2005 Deborah and Franklin Tepper Haimo Award for Distinguished College or University Teaching of Mathematics. See this page.
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