The Bicentennial of American Mathematics Journals

  title={The Bicentennial of American Mathematics Journals},
  author={David E. Zitarelli},
  journal={The College Mathematics Journal},
  pages={15 - 2}
David Zitarelli ( received his Ph.D. in algebraic semigroups under Mario Petrich at Penn State, and is now an associate professor of mathematics at Temple University in Philadelphia. He has written several textbooks on finite mathematics and calculus (with R. Coughlin), a computer lab manual for linear algebra (with D. Hill), a liberal-arts text using ethnomathematics in a collaborative setting, and a book on the history of the EPADEL Section of the MAA. Recently he wrote about… 
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