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Book Series

The majority of the books published by the AMS appear in one of our Monograph, Collections and Proceedings, or Copublications series. Links to descriptions and published titles in these AMS book series are listed below.

Occasionally, a book could be appropriate for more than one of our series. If you have a book project and are not sure where it might fit, please contact one of the AMS Acquisitions Editors to discuss your options.

The AMS also publishes Non-Series Books and distributes many titles that do not fit into a specific series. These books may be geared towards a certain readership or may have a broad appeal to anyone interested in mathematics. Some of the books are dedicated to the teaching of mathematics and career development, while others are geared towards a specific discipline or education level.

 

AMS Monographs

AMS Collections and Proceedings

  • AMS Chelsea Publishing CHEL
  • AMS Pure and Applied Undergraduate Texts AMSTEXT
  • Colloquium Publications COLL
  • Graduate Studies in Mathematics GSM
  • Mathematical Surveys and Monographs SURV
  • Mathematical World MAWRLD
  • Student Mathematical Library STML
  • Translations of Mathematical Monographs MMONO
  • University Lecture Series ULECT
  • AMS Translations: Series 2 TRANS2
  • Collected Works CWORKS
  • Contemporary Mathematics CONM
  • Proceedings of Symposia in Applied Mathematics PSAPM
  • Proceedings of Symposia in Pure Mathematics PSPUM
  • What’s Happening in the Mathematical Sciences HAPPENING  

 

Copublications

Monographs

Collections and Proceedings

  • CBMS Regional Conference Series in Mathematics CBMS
  • Clay Mathematics Monographs CMIM
  • CRM Monograph Series CRMM
  • Courant Lecture Notes CLN
  • History of Mathematics HMATH
  • MSRI Mathematical Circles Library MCL
  • SMF/AMS Texts and Monographs SMFAMS
  • CBMS Issues in Mathematics Education CBMATH
  • Clay Mathematics Proceedings CMIP
  • CRM Proceedings and Lecture Notes CRMP
  • IAS/Park City Mathematics Series PCMS