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AMS Monograph Series

The AMS publishes a broad spectrum of monographs, from books and textbooks for undergraduates, to texts for graduate students, to surveys and lecture notes for postdocs and established mathematicians. Such books have been part of our publishing program for over 100 years. AMS monographs and textbooks maintain the highest standards for scholarship and exposition.

Research Monographs

Some of the most important once out-of-print classics now available to new generations of mathematicians and graduate students.

  • Colloquium Publications

    Incomparable works, turn of the century to the present, that provide definitive treatments of some of mathematics’ most significant results.
  • Mathematical Surveys and Monographs

    Detailed expositions in current research fields. Each volume provides a survey of the subject, as well as an introduction to recent developments and unsolved problems.
  • Translations of Mathematical Monographs

    Works of advanced mathematical research and exposition translated primarily from Japanese and Russian, including original works translated from publisher Iwanami Shoten (Tokyo).
  • University Lecture Series

    Lectures by outstanding mathematicians designed to give readers the most current information on important and rapidly developing topics.

Textbooks

  • AMS Chelsea Publishing

    Some of the most important once out-of-print classics now available to new generations of mathematicians and graduate students.
  • AMS Pure and Applied Undergraduate Texts

    Undergraduate post-calculus textbook series founded by the highly respected mathematician and educator Paul J. Sally, Jr.
  • Graduate Studies in Mathematics

    Graduate studies textbooks that are also suitable for supplemental course reading and ideal for independent study resources.
  • Mathematical World

    Works that bring the beauty and wonder of mathematics to advanced high school students, mathematics teachers, scientists, engineers, and anyone with a strong interest in mathematics.
  • Student Mathematical Library

    Original topics and approaches that will spark students' interests in modern mathematics and increase their appreciation for research.