Mathematics and the Liberal Arts
Welcome to the Mathematics and the Liberal Arts
page. The principal goal of this page is to identify materials which support
bridges between mathematics
and the liberal and creative arts. Such interdisciplinary connections
can be explored at many levels, from general studies courses for
nonmathematics majors to topics courses for undergraduates to
interdisciplinary research collaborations.
This page is under construction.
Topics  Resources 

Mac Software  MSDOS Software  Interactive WWW  Other Resources 
Graph Theory 




Apportionment, Voting Theory 
 


Geometry Applications 

 

Game Theory 

 

Codes and Cryptology 
 
 
Scheduling, Bin Packing 

 

Optimization of Linear Systems 

 

Fractals and Chaos Theory 




Statistics Applications 
 


Music 

 

Visual Arts 


 
Literature and Poetry 

 

Social Sciences 

 

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