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Anyone can access recent issues as well as archival issues.  The archive is available thanks to a generous donation by Past President Jean Taylor.  TOC data is currently available beginning with volume 36 (2006) and is also available for volume 1, no. 1 (1971). Certain announcements and calls for nominations are listed a few times as representatives rather than the numerous issues they appear in.  Some articles are listed with keywords and/or information in abstracts; we welcome keyword or suggestions for others.

Volume Issue Number Issue Year Title Authors and Affiliations
48 3 May–Jun 2018 AWM Essay Contest
48 3 May–Jun 2018 Book Review: Inferior: How Science Got Women Wrong—and the New Research That’s Rewriting the Story, by Angela Saini, Beacon Press, 2018, 224 pp. paperback, ISBN 978-0-8070-1003-7 Judith Roitman, University of Kansas (emerita)
48 3 May–Jun 2018 AWM Research Symposium 2019
48 3 May–Jun 2018 Education Column: Hidden in Plain Sight: Lessons for Mathematics Education Seen Through a Storytelling Lens Erica Walker, Professor of Mathematics Education, Teachers College Columbia
48 3 May–Jun 2018 AWM Advances! Year 2 Kristin Lauter and Magnhild Lien
48 3 May–Jun 2018 News from Other Mathematics Societies
48 2 Mar–Apr 2018 President's Report Ami Radunskaya, Claremont, CA
48 2 Mar–Apr 2018 Announcing the latest volume in the AWM Springer Series
48 2 Mar–Apr 2018 AWM at the San Diego JMM
48 2 Mar–Apr 2018 Student Chapter Corner
48 2 Mar–Apr 2018 Book Review: Inventing the Mathematician: Gender, Race, and Our Cultural Understanding of Mathematics by Sara N. Hottinger, SUNY Press, 2016, 205 pp. Hardcover ISBN 978-1-4384-6009-3, e-book ISBN 978-1-4384-6011-6, Sarah J. Greenwald, Professor of Mathematics and Interim Director of Gender, Women’s and Sexuality Studies, Appalachian State University
48 2 Mar–Apr 2018 New Birman Fellowship at the AMS
48 2 Mar–Apr 2018 Flapan Named Next Editor in Chief of the AMS Notices
48 2 Mar–Apr 2018 Education Column: Looking for New Diversity and Outreach Partnerships in 2018! Suzanne Lenhart, University of Tennessee and NIMBioS
48 2 Mar–Apr 2018 Drawing Voting Districts and Partisan Gerrymandering AMS, Providence RI, January 2018
48 1 Jan–Feb 2018 President's Report Ami Radunskaya, Claremont, CA
48 1 Jan–Feb 2018 Tribute to Magnhild Lien Kristin Lauter, AWM Past President
48 1 Jan–Feb 2018 MAA Instructional Practices Guide
48 1 Jan–Feb 2018 Karoline Pershell Named AWM Executive Director
48 1 Jan–Feb 2018 AWM Dissertation Prizes
48 1 Jan–Feb 2018 Media Column: Bones: A Mathematical Retrospective Sarah Greenwald
48 1 Jan–Feb 2018 Book Review: Equivalence: Elizabeth L. Scott at Berkeley by Amanda L. Golbeck, CRC Press, Taylor & Francis Group, 2017. ISBN 978-1-4822-4944-6 Reviewer: Marge Bayer
48 1 Jan–Feb 2018 Education Column: Teaching Mathematics in Open-Door Institutions Jackie Dewar, Professor Emerita of Mathematics, Loyola Marymount University
48 1 Jan–Feb 2018 Advocating for STEM: A Capitol Idea! Michelle Snider
48 1 Jan–Feb 2018 Student Chapter Corner
48 1 Jan–Feb 2018 "I Hate Math” Conference
48 1 Jan–Feb 2018 Undergraduate Survey Amanda Glazer, Harvard ’18
48 1 Jan–Feb 2018 AWM Conflict of Interest Policy
48 1 Jan–Feb 2018 In memoriam
48 1 Jan–Feb 2018 Announcements
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