We are proud to publish one of the most respected collections of mathematical literature in the world. The AMS Book Program began with our *Colloquium* series, which has its roots in the famous 1894 lectures of Felix Klein. *Mathematical Surveys* followed, as well as conference proceedings, volumes from summer workshops, and regular translations, especially from Russian.

Since the early 1990s, the AMS has added additional monograph and copublication series (including *Graduate Studies in Mathematics, Student Mathematical Library*, *Clay Mathematics*, and Courant Lecture Notes).

View a **complete list** of AMS and AMS-distributed journals.

**Member Journals**

The publication of *Notices of the AMS* and *Bulletin of the AMS* is a significant service to the mathematics community. They are the most widely distributed and read high-level mathematics journals in the world. Both are "open access" that is, they are freely available online to all members and non-members alike and are widely accessed throughout the world.

**Primary Research Journals**

Expert editorial boards and consistent high scientific standards in refereeing and accepting articles characterize the high quality of the *Journal of the AMS*, *Mathematics of Computation*, *Proceedings of the AMS*, and *Transactions of the AMS*. Searchable electronic versions of our journals are available, with bibliographic information, abstracts, and full reference lists with links to Mathematical Reviews® all freely accessible.

** AMS Gold Open Access Journals** The AMS is pleased to offer four gold open access research journals, *Proceedings of the AMS, Series B*, *Transactions of the AMS, Series B*, *Conformal Geometry and Dynamics*, and *Representation Theory*. Authors may submit articles now for publication in 2015. Read more about AMS open access journals.

**Translation Journals**

The AMS has a long tradition of publishing translation journals. *Sugaku* contains selected articles translated from the Japanese journal of the same name. *St. Petersburg Mathematical Journal, Theory of Probability and Mathematical Statistics*, and *Transactions of the Moscow Mathematical Society* are translated from Russian, with searchable electronic versions also available.

**Electronic-only Journals**

*Conformal Geometry and Dynamics* and *Representation Theory* are published in electronic format only and are fully open access journals freely available to all readers with no publishing fees for authors, and hence they have wide circulation.

**Remote Access**

**Remote Access**, a mechanism by which users can "pair" their various web browsing devices (smartphones, tablets, laptops, desktops) with an institution's network, allows users to access AMS electronic products when not connected to a host institution's network. The AMS permits authorized users (faculty, staff, students, and visiting faculty) to pair mobile devices with a host institution's subscriptions.

*Mathematical Reviews®* (MR) was founded by mathematician Otto Neugebauer in 1940 and contains reviews, abstracts, and bibliographic information for much of the world's mathematical sciences literature. MR is a huge database of more than 2 million items, with over 100,000 new items added each year.

MR's companion software, MathSciNet, not only puts this information at your fingertips but also provides over 1 million direct links to original articles and bibliographic data from retrodigitized articles dating back to the early 1800s. In addition to its collection of publications, MR maintains a database of authors, another of journals, and yet another of citations.