# Journals

See also this introductory blog post on maths journals.

Some good journals (the ones which I personally find most interesting):

- Advances in Mathematics
- Algebra and Number Theory
- Algebraic and Geometric Topology
- Algebraic Geometry
- Annales Scientifiques de l’École Normale Supérieure
- Annals of Mathematics
- Applied Categorical Structures
- Bulletin of the AMS
- Bulletin de la SMF
- Cahiers de Topologie et Géométrie Différentielle Catégoriques
- Communications in Number Theory and Physics
- Compositio Mathematica
- Comptes Rendus Mathematique
- Current Developments in Mathematics
- Documenta Mathematica
- Duke Mathematical Journal
- Forum of Mathematics (Pi and Sigma)
- Geometry and Topology
- Homology, Homotopy and Applications
- Inventiones Mathematicae at Springer and GDZ
- Journal für die Reine und Angewandte Mathematik, older issues available at GDZ
- Journal of Algebraic Geometry
- Journal of GGT
- Journal of Homotopy and Related Structures
- Journal of K-theory
- Journal of Noncommutative Geometry
- Journal of Number Theory
- Journal of Pure and Applied Algebra
- Journal of Topology
- Journal of the AMS, see also JSTOR
- Journal of the Institute of Mathematics of Jussieu
- K-theory
- Mathematical Research Letters
- Mathematische Annalen, also available at GDZ
- Mathematische Zeitschrift, also at GDZ
- Memoirs of the AMS
- Münster Journal of Mathematics
- Proceedings of the AMS
- Publications Mathématiques de L’IHÉS at NUMDAM and at Springer
- Publications of the nLab
- Pure and Applied Mathematics Quarterly, also available at IP
- Reprints in Theory and Applications of Categories
- Selecta Mathematica
- Theory and Applications of Categories
- Topology (this was an excellent journal until the editors resigned in 2006)
- Topology and its Applications
- Transactions of the AMS
- Russian Mathematical Surveys
- Ulam Quarterly
- Various French seminar series, including Séminaire Bourbaki, available at NUMDAM

Selected book series:

- Lecture Notes in Mathematics
- Astérisque
- Contemporary Mathematics
- Other AMS book series
- Other Springer book series

Preprints:

- The ArXiv
- K-theory Archive
- HAL (here is a sample of algebraic geometry texts)
- Arakelov Geometry Archive
- Hopf Topology Archive
- Linear Algebraic Groups and Related Structures
- Web pages of your favourite mathematicians

Very useful tools:

Longer lists of maths journals:

- AMS Digital Mathematics Registry Journal List (seems to be quite exhaustive)
- Zentralblatt list of journals (probably the most complete list of math journals)
- AMS lists of electronic and printed journals (another list)
- Top math journals (according to the eigenfactor metric, which is at least a bit more sensible than the “impact factor” metric)

A fairly complete list of major journal providers and publishers:

- NUMDAM
- EuDML (see also the links here to other digital mathematics libraries)
- Göttinger Digitalisierungszentrum
- DigiZeitschriften
- Mathematical Sciences Publishers
- International Press
- JSTOR
- Project Euclid
- Société Mathématique de France
- AMS
- ScienceDirect
- Springer
- Birkhäuser
- Turpion
- Cambridge University Press
- Oxford University Press
- European Mathematical Society Publishing House
- Google books (for example, older volumes of Canadian Journal of Mathematics and Canadian Mathematical Bulletin are supposed to be fully available here)
- IngentaConnect
- MathJournals
- IOP
- EMIS
- sealsportal
- Math-Net
- Indian Academy of Sciences
- World Scientific
- de Gruyter
- For more publishers, see the AMS Digital Mathematics Registry list of journal sources

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