Scripta Mathematica was a quarterly journal published by Yeshiva University devoted to the philosophy, history, and expository treatment of mathematics. It was said to be, at its time, "the only mathematical magazine in the world edited by specialists for laymen."
The journal was established in 1932 under the editorship of Jekuthiel Ginsburg, a professor of mathematics at Yeshiva University, and its first issue appeared in 1933 at a subscription price of three dollars per year. It ceased publication in 1973. Notable papers published in Scripta Mathematica included work by Nobelist Percy Williams Bridgman concerning the implications for physics of set-theoretic paradoxes, and Hermann Weyl's obituary of Emmy Noether.
- Ginsburg, J. (1937), "Scripta Mathematica", Science, 86 (2218): 13–13, doi:10.1126/science.86.2218.13-a, PMID 17737911.
- "Dinner of the Society of Friends of Scripta Mathematica", Science, 85 (2212): 492–493, 1937, doi:10.1126/science.85.2212.492-a.
- Boyer, Carl B. (1958), "Jekuthiel Ginsburg (1889–1957)", Isis, 49 (3): 335–336, doi:10.1086/348677, JSTOR 226941.
- Ross, Harold (July 30, 1938), "Scripta Mathematica", The New Yorker: 7.
- Bridgman, P. W. (1934), "A physicist's second reaction to Mengenlehre", Scripta Mathematica, 2: 101–117 and 224–234.
- Weyl, H. (1935), "Emmy Noether", Scripta Mathematica, 3: 201–220.
- Furstenberg, Hillel (Harry) (May 16, 2005), "Inspiring the Love of Mathematics: The Legacy of Jekuthiel Ginsburg at Yeshiva", The Commentator.
- WorldCat: Scripta Mathematica.
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