The Carnival of Mathematics is a monthly blogging round up hosted by a different blog each month. The Aperiodical will be taking responsibility for organising a host each month, and links to the monthly posts will be added here. To volunteer to host a forthcoming Carnival (see below for months needing a host), please contact Katie.
The Carnival of Mathematics accepts any mathematics-related blog posts: explanations of serious mathematics, puzzles, writing about mathematics education, mathematical anecdotes, refutations of bad mathematics, applications, reviews, etc. Sufficiently mathematized portions of other disciplines are also acceptable. An FAQ can be found at the bottom of this page.
Current: Carnival of Mathematics 113 by Mike at Walking Randomly.
Next: Carnival of Mathematics 114 will be hosted by Murray at SquareCirclez. The closing date for submissions will be 10th September.
Future Carnival organisers:
We’re always looking for more Carnival organisers. If you’re interested, email Katie.
Carnival 114 – September 2014: Murray at SquareCirclez
Carnival 115 – October 2014: William at MathTuition88
Carnival 116 – November 2014: Stephen at CavMaths
Carnival 117 – December 2014: Rachel at Plus Magazine
Carnival 118 – January 2015: Andrew at AndrewT.net
Carnival 119 – February 2015: Frederick at White Group Mathematics
Previous Carnival of Mathematics posts:
Carnival 112 – July 2014: Robin at Theorem of the Day
Carnival 111 - June 2014: Peter at Boole’s Rings
Carnival 110 – May 2014: Colin at Flying Colours Maths
Carnival 109 – April 2014: Tony at Tony’s Maths Blog
Carnival 108 - March 2014: John at Math Hombre
Carnival 107 - February 2014: Frederick at White Group Mathematics
Carnival 106 – January 2014: Katie at Blackboard Bold
Carnival 105 - December 2013: Oluwasanya at Mathemazier
Carnival 104 – November 2013: Shecky R at Math-Frolic
Carnival 103 – October 2013: Evelyn at Roots of Unity
Carnival 102 - September 2013: Michelle at My Summation
Carnival 101 – August 2013: Aperiodical team, at The Aperiodical
Carnival 100 - July 2013: Richard Elwes at Simple City
Carnival 99 – June 2013: Sol at Wild About Math
Carnival 98 - May 2013: Andrew at andrewt.net/blog
Carnival 97 - April 2013: Colin at Flying Colours Maths
Carnival 96 - March 2013: Sue at Math Mama Writes.
Carnival 95 – February 2013: Jorge at Maths Fact
Carnival 94 - January 2013: Paul at The Aperiodical
Carnival 93 - December 2012: Tosin at X in Vogue
Carnival 92 - November 2012: Frederick at White Group Mathematics
Carnival 91 - October 2012: Owen at Matheminutes
Carnival 90 - September 2012: Mike at Walking Randomly
Carnival 89 – August 2012: Katie at The Aperiodical
Carnival 88 - July 2012: at cp’s mathem-o-blog
Carnival 87 - June 2012: John at Random Walks
Carnival 86 - May 2012: Brent at The Math Less Travelled
Carnival 85 - April 2012: Peter at Travels in a Mathematical World
Carnival 84 - December 2011: Guillermo at Mathematics and Multimedia
Carnival 83 - November 2011: Karyn at Teach Beside Me
Carnival 82 - October 2011: at the Vedic Maths Forum Blog
Carnival 81 - September 2011: Sol at Wild About Math
Carnival 80 - August 2011: Mike at Walking Randomly
Carnival 79 - July 2011: John at The Endeavour
Carnival 78 - June 2011: at JimWilder.com
Carnival 77 - May 2011: Fëanor at Jost A Mon
Carnival 76 - April 2011: Mike at Walking Randomly
Carnival 75 - March 2011: Daniel Colquitt (link broken)
Carnival 74 - February 2011: Mike at Walking Randomly
Carnival 73 - January 2011: Mike at Walking Randomly
Carnival 72 - December 2010: Batman at Three Sixty
Carnival 71 - November 2010: at Theorem of the Day
Carnival 70 - October 2010: Daniel Colquitt (link broken; reposted 31/03/2012 at Mathematical Musings Tumblr)
Carnival 69 - September 2010: Jonathan at JD2718
Carnival 68 - August 2010: at Plus Magazine
Carnival 67 - July 2010: Peter at Travels in a Mathematical World
Carnival 66 - June 2010: Sol at Wild About Math
Carnival 65 - May 2010: Edmund at Maxwell’s Demon
Carnival 64 - April 2010: Mike at Walking Randomly
Carnival 63 - March 2010: Dan at Math Recreation
Carnival 62 - February 2010: John at The Endeavour
Carnival 61 - January 2010: Mike at Walking Randomly
Carnival 60 - December 2009: Nick at Sum Idiot
Carnival 59 - November 2009: Jason at The Number Warrior
Carnival 58 - September 2009: Mike at Walking Randomly
Carnival 57 - September 2009: Batman at Three Sixty
Carnival 56 - August 2009: Rod Carvalho
Carnival 55 - July 2009: at Sowerby Maths (link broken)
Carnival 54 - July 2009: Todd and Vishal at Topological Musings
Carnival 53 - June 2009: Brent at The Math Less Travelled
Carnival 52 - May 2009: Jason at The Number Warrior
Carnival 51 - April 2009: Murray at SquareCircleZ
Carnival 50 - February 2009: John at The Endeavour
Carnival 49 - February 2009: Batman at Three Sixty
Carnival 48 - January 2009: yanzhang at Concrete Nonsense
Carnival 47 - January 2009: Jonathan at JD2718
Carnival 46 - Deceber 2008: Mike at Walking Randomly
Carnival 45 - December 2008: at TCM Technology Blog (private link)
Carnival 44 - November 2008: Edmund at Maxwell’s Demon
Carnival 43 - November 2008: Jason at The Number Warrior
Carnival 42 - October 2008: John at The Endeavour
Carnival 41 - October 2008: Batman at Three Sixty
Carnival 40 - September 2008: Barry at Staring at Empty Pages
Carnival 39 - August 2008: A at It’s the Thought That Counts
Carnival 38 - August 2008: at CatSynth
Carnival 37 - July 2008: Ian at Logic Nest
Carnival 36 - July 2008: Charles at Rigorous Trivialities
Carnival 35 - June 2008: at CatSynth
Carnival 34 - May 2008: Batman at Three Sixty
Carnival 33 - May 2008: Mike at Walking Randomly
Carnival 32 - May 2008: at TCM Technology Blog (private link)
Carnival 31 - April 2008: Jeffrey at Recursivity
Carnival 30 - April 2008: Jason at The Number Warrior
Carnival 29 - March 2008: Jordan at Quomodocumque
Carnival 28 - March 2008: Tyler and Foxy at Tyler and Foxy’s Scientific and Mathematical Adventure Land
Carnival 27 - February 2008: Jonathan at JD2718
Carnival 26 - February 2008: Batman at Three Sixty
Carnival 25 - January 2008: Mike at Walking Randomly
Carnival 24 - January 2008: Walt at Ars Mathematica
Carnival 23 - December 2007: Brent at The Math Less Travelled
Carnival 22 - December 2007: Sol at Wild About Math
Carnival 21 - December 2007: Ben at Secret Blogging Seminar
Carnival 20 - November 2007: Murray at SquareCircleZ
Carnival 19 - October 2007: Mark at Good Math, Bad Math
Carnival 18 - October 2007: Jonathan at JD2718
Carnival 17 - Septmber 2007: Dave at MathNotations
Carnival 16 - September 2007: Kurt at Learning Computation
Carnival 15 - August 2007: John at JohnKemeny.com
Carnival 14 - August 2007: Vlorbik at MathEdZineBlog
Carnival 13 - July 2007: Polymath at Polymathematics
Carnival 12 - July 2007: at the Vedic Maths Forum Blog
Carnival 11 - June 2007: Pi Guy at Grey Matters
Carnival 10 - June 2007: Dave at MathNotations
Carnival 9 - June 2007: Jonathan at JD2718
Carnival 8 - May 2007: Suresh at Geomblog
Carnival 7 - May 2007: Arunn at Nonoscience
Carnival 6 - April 2007: Graeme at Modulo Errors
Carnival 5 - April 2007: Charles at Science and Reason
Carnival 4 - March 2007: Jason at EvolutionBlog
Carnival 3 - March 2007: Michi at Michi’s Blog
Carnival 2 - February 2007: Mark at Good Math, Bad Math (Archived page)
Carnival 1 - February 2007: Alon at Abstract Nonsense
When are the carnivals published?
I would like to host a carnival at my blog. What should I do?
Check the list of upcoming Carnival hosts above, and then contact Katie to let her know you’re interested.
Who does the admin for the Carnival?
The Carnival of Mathematics is currently being organised by the Aperiodical. The Aperiodical will be taking responsibility for organising a host each month, and links to the monthly posts will be added here.
I’ve found a cool maths article that someone else has written. Can I submit it to the carnival?
Yes, but in an ideal world it will be a recent post and should have never been submitted to one of the carnivals before. The best way to be sure of this, if the post is not your own, is to send in only something published since the last edition of the carnival.
Who decides what gets included in a carnival and what doesn’t?
The carnival hosts. The carnival is just a guest on the host’s blog, and so what each host writes is entirely up to him or her. In general, most carnival hosts will include almost everything that is submitted to them and a bit more besides. However, if they choose NOT to link to something, then so be it.
Will the Carnival of Mathematics take articles on basic maths?
Yes — everything from kindergarten to cutting edge research is fair game for the Carnival of Math. Basic mathematics can be submitted to either the Carnival of Mathematics, or Math Teachers At Play (as described above), but advanced maths should generally be submitted only to the Carnival of Math.
Do you accept articles from subjects such as computer science or physics?
As long as there is a reasonable amount of maths content, then yes.
Is there anything else I need to do, besides submitting my article?
No, there is nothing else you have to do. When the carnival is published, however, you may want to post a link to it on your blog. The carnival host will appreciate your support, and your readers will enjoy a chance to browse what other math bloggers have written.
Does the carnival have a twitter feed?
Yes. It can be found at @CarnivalOfMath.