Ethnomathematics Digital Library

    Ancient India's contribution to mathematics, by Sudheer Birodkar

    Choices and constraints: Pattern formation in oriental carpets, by Carol Bier (1999)
    Christoph Clavius (1538-1612) and his knowledge of Arabic sources by Eberhard Knobloch (2001)

    Crest of the peacock: non-European roots of mathematics (book review) by Beatrice Lumpkin (1992)
    Foundations of Eurocentrism in mathematics (1988)

    Hindu-Arabic numerals by M. Woodcock
    History of mathematics in Africa (1997)

    Math of the Middle East

Mathematics News


Collaboration in Mathematical Research

    The Clavius Group

International Group for the Psychology of Mathematics Education


American Mathematical Society


Quotations by Erwin Schrödinger

    Thus, the task is, not so much to see what no one has yet seen; but to think what nobody has yet thought about that which everybody sees.

Johannes Kepler´s Polyhedra

Mathematics Prior to 1640

    Omar Khayyam’s solutions to cubics, James D. Currie. March 15, 2007

        References for Omar Khayyan


            Math Forum, Drexel University


The Mac Tutor History of mathematics Archive

Education Math

    Science & Technology sites, last updated on 2 January 2008




          Pick´s Theorem

 Pick’s theorem provides an elegant formula for the area of a simple lattice polygon: a lattice polygon whose boundary consists of a sequence of connected nonintersecting straight-line segments

Stomachion: puzzle