Mathematics, Culture, and the Arts

Description

The series Mathematics in Culture and the Arts will publish books on all aspects of the relationships between mathematics and the mathematical sciences and their roles in culture, art, architecture, literature, and music. This new book series will be a major resource for researchers, educators, scientifically minded artists, and students alike. Books included in the series will explore such topics as: - mathematical applications and influences in art, architecture, literature, music, and the dramatic arts; - local and global culture surrounding mathematics and the mathematical community; - how mathematics is or has been presented and perceived in various cultures; and - how art can convey mathematical concepts. Submissions must include at least 3 polished chapters, a table of contents, and a preface that includes the aims and scope of the book, together with a short proposal outlining an overview of the subject, how the book fits in with the current literature, who is the intended audience and why they will be interested in your book, the estimated book length and completion date, and the status of the manuscript. Submit your proposal to Springer by contacting Dahlia Fisch, Associate Editor, at Dahlia.Fisch@springer.com.