A Personal Account of Mathematics in Bosnia

Miller, Harry
March 2001
Mathematical Intelligencer;Spring2001, Vol. 23 Issue 2, p31
Academic Journal
Relates an American mathematics professor's personal account of mathematics learning in Sarajevo, Bosnia & Hercegovina. Career as a faculty of the University of Sarajevo Mathematics Department; Part in the creation of the international journal 'Radovi Matematicki'; State of mathematics in Bosnia before, during and after the war; Yugoslavia's educational system; Post-war activities.


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