História da Matemática

Date: Thu, 21 Sep 1995 21:18:34 -0400 (EDT)
From: Fred Rickey rickey@bgsuvax.bgsu.edu
Subject: History of Mathematics
To: Jaime Carvalho e Silva jaimecs@mat.uc.pt

Dear Collegue, 

Some time ago you inquired about the History of Mathematics email 
group. At the time it was inactive, but now it has been resumed as
an unmoderated list. Here is a description of the group and
information about how to join. 


Fred Rickey

PS. Please pass this message on to colleagues who might be interested.


        History of Mathematics

This is an unmoderated mailing group for individuals with a serious 
interest in the history of mathematics. It deals with all aspects 
of the history of mathematics,including the following: 
   *   Announcements of meetings on the history of mathematics.  
   *   Information on new books and interesting journal articles. 
   *   Discussion of the teaching of the history of mathematics. 
   *   Using history in the classroom. 
   *   Questions that you would like the answer to. 
   *       and, hopefully, answers to those questions. 
   *   Discussion of questions unsettled in the literature. 

If you would like to join this group on the history of mathematics,
send email to:


which contains the single line:

        subscribe math-history-list

within moments you will receive a message from "Majordomo" that you 
have been subscribed. Note that you do NOT include your name in the 

The group is moderated by V. Frederick Rickey rickey@math.bgsu.edu.
Date: Thu, 16 May 1996 18:09:15 -0400
To: math-history-list@maa.org
From: Stephen Weimar 
Subject: Math History List Archives now available

The Math Forum is now hosting archives of past discussion from MAA's
History of Mathematics mailing list (September 1995 - present):


-- steve (steve@forum.swarthmore.edu)

Stephen Weimar
Math Forum
(formerly the Geometry Forum)
Swarthmore College


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