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Our Binary World, Simona Carini
Our Binary World, Simona Carini
Journal of Humanistic Mathematics
A poem about counting in binary, life, and love.
Disciple, Jessica K. Sklar
Disciple, Jessica K. Sklar
Journal of Humanistic Mathematics
This is a love poem for mathematics.
16, Dan Mcquillan
16, Dan Mcquillan
Journal of Humanistic Mathematics
This 15 word poem suggests that the reader count the words of the poem. Since every line has half as many words as the previous line, and since the poem urges the reader to keep counting forever, one imagines a total of 16 words.
Newton’S Third Law In Karmic Warfare, Kazmier Maślanka
Newton’S Third Law In Karmic Warfare, Kazmier Maślanka
The STEAM Journal
A work entitled "Newton's Third Law in Karmic Warfare" is a mathematical visual poem which is a perfect example of a technique, that I call The Paradigm Poem. This piece makes a direct connection with the concept of karma and Newton’s Third Law of motion. I will introduce the concept of “The Mathematical Paradigm Poem” to illuminate an example of how metaphor is used in mathematical visual poetry. I will also discuss much of the process in making this aesthetic expression.
The Greatest Integer Function, Alanna Rae
The Greatest Integer Function, Alanna Rae
Journal of Humanistic Mathematics
No abstract provided.
What If?: Mathematics, Creative Writing, And Play, Emily Clader
What If?: Mathematics, Creative Writing, And Play, Emily Clader
Journal of Humanistic Mathematics
Mathematics can inform creative writing by suggesting structures for it to follow, as well as by providing the imaginative impetus for common rules to be broken. In a workshop cotaught by the author, a class of sixthgrade students explored this interplay as they produced fractalinspired poetry and geometryinspired fiction. This article describes the form and results of the workshop in the context of a broader discussion of the influence of mathematics upon literature.
Mathematical Double Dactyls, Tristan Miller
Mathematical Double Dactyls, Tristan Miller
Journal of Humanistic Mathematics
No abstract provided.
How To Cook Up A Math Poem In N Easy Steps, Caleb Emmons
How To Cook Up A Math Poem In N Easy Steps, Caleb Emmons
Journal of Humanistic Mathematics
A mathematical poem attempts to distill a mathematical concept and present it in a literary or visually compelling way. This paper presents an outline of my own personal method of composing such poetry. The outline is elucidated via an extended meditation on the composition of one particular poem.
Joanne Growney's PoetryWithMathematics Blog  An Appreciation, Gregory E. Coxson
Joanne Growney's PoetryWithMathematics Blog  An Appreciation, Gregory E. Coxson
Journal of Humanistic Mathematics
Now is a good time to work on the boundaries of practice and theory, of art and science. We are seeing a rising tide of interest in these boundaries. Witness the growing Bridges movement, which has been exploring the connections between mathematics and the arts. Similarly, JoAnne Growney's blog, Intersections  Poetry with Mathematics, explores the connections between mathematics and poetry. Through this review, I aim to give readers a taste of what can be found in Intersections as a way of encouraging others, be they mathematicians, poets, or neither, to visit the blog.
Book Review: My Dance Is Mathematics By Joanne Growney, Sally Lipsey
Book Review: My Dance Is Mathematics By Joanne Growney, Sally Lipsey
Humanistic Mathematics Network Journal
No abstract provided.
Calculus, Sarah Glaz
Fivefolded Asymmetrical Hand: A Poetic Essay, S. Robert Wilson
Fivefolded Asymmetrical Hand: A Poetic Essay, S. Robert Wilson
Humanistic Mathematics Network Journal
No abstract provided.
"Stairway To Seven", Lawrence Mark Lesser
"Stairway To Seven", Lawrence Mark Lesser
Humanistic Mathematics Network Journal
No abstract provided.
To Myself, Abba Kovner
Galactic Hippodrome, Arnold L. Trindade
Galactic Hippodrome, Arnold L. Trindade
Humanistic Mathematics Network Journal
No abstract provided.
Hotel Infinity, Lawrence Mark Lesser
Hotel Infinity, Lawrence Mark Lesser
Humanistic Mathematics Network Journal
No abstract provided.
Poetry, Arnold L. Trindade
Poetry, Arnold L. Trindade
Humanistic Mathematics Network Journal
No abstract provided.
Real Numbers, Math Lives, Arnold L. Trindade
Real Numbers, Math Lives, Arnold L. Trindade
Humanistic Mathematics Network Journal
No abstract provided.
Representation, Lawrence Mark Lesser
Representation, Lawrence Mark Lesser
Humanistic Mathematics Network Journal
No abstract provided.
Zero, Sheila A. Mcneill
True Prime, Pat Mower
Qualitative Quantities, Susan Parman
Qualitative Quantities, Susan Parman
Humanistic Mathematics Network Journal
No abstract provided.
A Tribute To Ramanujan, Mahesh Dube
A Tribute To Ramanujan, Mahesh Dube
Humanistic Mathematics Network Journal
No abstract provided.
Written To Me Upon Getting A B In Linear Algebra, Sandra Z. Keith
Written To Me Upon Getting A B In Linear Algebra, Sandra Z. Keith
Humanistic Mathematics Network Journal
No abstract provided.
A Glorious Constant, Ze'ev Barel
A Glorious Constant, Ze'ev Barel
Humanistic Mathematics Network Journal
No abstract provided.
Imaginary, Lawrence Mark Lesser
Imaginary, Lawrence Mark Lesser
Humanistic Mathematics Network Journal
No abstract provided.
Algebra, Algebra, You Were So Tough, Ryan Best
Algebra, Algebra, You Were So Tough, Ryan Best
Humanistic Mathematics Network Journal
No abstract provided.
Circles, Valentino Loiacono
Circles, Valentino Loiacono
Humanistic Mathematics Network Journal
No abstract provided.
Math Is Really Great, Eric Rasyidi
Math Is Really Great, Eric Rasyidi
Humanistic Mathematics Network Journal
No abstract provided.
One Plus One, Mae Talle