The Journal of Humanistic Mathematics, a new online-only, peer-reviewed mathematics journal, is in its first issue.

The Journal of Humanistic Mathematics aims to provide an open forum for both academic and informal discussions on the various threads of mathematical inquiry. The focus of submitted papers should be on the aesthetic, cultural, historical, literary, pedagogical, philosophical, psychological, and sociological aspects of doing, learning, and teaching mathematics. Authors should keep in mind that the Journal intends to publish work that appeals to a general mathematical audience. This includes people who are seriously interested in mathematics, but may come from a variety of backgrounds both within and beyond academia.

The journal is edited by Mark Huber and Gizem Karaali. The first issue includes interesting articles by Nathalie Sinclair, Reuben Hersh, Judith V. Grabiner, Philip J. Davis, and others. And there is a book review and a few poems as well.

The journal is freely available here.

(This post first appeared at my other (now deleted) blog, and was transferred to this blog on 21 January 2021.)