University of Toronto Mississauga
MAT392H5S: Ideas of Mathematics, winter 201314.
Resources
 Recommended:
 The Princeton Companion to Mathematics. Ed.: Timothy Gowers.
 What is Mathematics? Richard Courant and Herbert Robbins.
 Mathematics: its Content, Methods, and Meaning.
Ed.: A. D. Aleksandrov, A. N. Kolmogorov, M. A. Lavrent'ev.
 Anthologies

The World of Mathematics. Ed.: James R. Newman.

Mathematics: People, Problems, Results.
Ed.: Douglas Campbell and John C. Higgins.
 Proofs

Euclid's Elements. The Thomas L. Heath Translation.
Ed.: Dana Densmore. Publ: Green Lion Press.

Euclid's Elements on David Joyce's website.

Proofs from the Book, Martin Aigner and Gunter M. Ziegler.
 Writing
 People and history

A History of Mathematics: an Introduction. Victor J. Katz.

MacTutor Math History Topics, Univ. of St.Andrews

Men of Mathematics. Eric Temple Bell.

Women in Mathematics, L. M. Osen.

Mathematical People: Profiles and Interviews.
Ed.: D. J. Albers and G. L. Alexanderon.

More Mathematical People: contemporary conversations.
Ed.: D. J. Albers, G. L. Alexanderon, and C. Reid.
 Fun Topics

Nature and Power of Mathematics, Donald M. Davis.

The Mathematical Experience. P. J. Davis and R. Hersh.

Mathematics, the New Golden Age. Keith Devlin.

Mathematics, the Science of Patterns. Keith Devlin.

The Colossal Book of Mathematics, Martin Gardner.

Mathematics and Plausible Reasoning, George Polya.

Excursions in Modern Mathematics, Peter Tannenbaum.

Isaac Newton institute for Mathematical Sciences,
Maths Posters and explanations

MAA Online Columns

AMS Feature Column

Dimension  short videos about geometry.

Chaos
 short videos about dynamical systems.

The Geometry Junkyard
Library catalogue
The College Mathematics Journal
The American Mathematical Monthly
MathSciNet