
American Journal of Mathematics is a bimonthly mathematics journal published by the Johns Hopkins University Press, founded in 1878 by James Joseph Sylvester. It is the oldest mathematical journal in the Western Hemisphere in continuous publication. [1] The Journal has earned its reputation by presenting pioneering mathematical papers. It does not specialize, but instead publishes articles of broad appeal covering the major areas of contemporary mathematics. Editorial board The editorial board, as of May 2006, consists of: Editors: * Christopher Sogge, EditorinChief, The Johns Hopkins University (JHU) * Peter Ozsváth, Columbia University * Freydoon Shahidi, Purdue University * Karen E. Smith, University of Michigan * Steve Zelditch, JHU With the cooperation of: * Carel Faber, JHU * Eric Friedlander, Northwestern University * Haruzo Hida, UCLA * Sergiu Klainerman, Princeton University * Yuri I. Manin, Max Planck Institute * William Minicozzi, JHU * Bernard Shiffman, JHU * Vyacheslav Shokurov, JHU * Terence Tao, UCLA * Vladimir Voevodsky, Institute for Advanced Study * Richard Wentworth, JHU * S. T. Yau, Harvard University * Maciej Zworski, UC Berkeley American Journal of Mathematics Links Links References/Endnotes 1. ^ The first American mathematics journal was the Mathematical Correspondent founded in 1804. It and and other subsequent journals lasted for only a short period. The Analyst (18741883) has the distinction of longevity. JSTOR states this journal was "continued" by the Annals of Mathematics. Retrieved from "http://en.wikipedia.org/" 
