The term papers below were submmitted in an undergraduate, 1-semester course on the history of mathematics given at Rutgers University in Spring Semester, 1999 and again in Spring 2000. The selection is random: those which were available in a convenient format were converted to HTML format by Professor Cherlin, and lightly edited in the process.

Copyrights are held by the individual authors. Any reproduction or other use of any of these papers requires the consent of the author.

- Zero by V. Bhat
- Pierre de Fermat by Y. Chellani
- L. Euler by A. Graziosi
- Isaac Newton by K. Kijewski
- Euclid's proof of the Pythagorean Theorem by R. Lee
- Fibonacci by C. O'Neill
- Vieta by C. Ploe
- Conic Sections by K. Schmarge
- Mathematics at Princeton University by M. Seip
- Vieta and Cardano by G. Tumminelli
- Gauss and Ceres by L. Weiss
**2000**(incomplete, some illustrations not scanned)- The Continuum Hypothesis by C. Brazza
- Leibniz and Integration by Z. Brumbaugh
- The Origin of Probability Theory by J.-P. Cheng
- Projective Geometry by A. Conrad
- Euler and Number Theory by J. Dunkelman
- The Parallel Postulate by M. Eder
- Trigonometry by J. Hunt
- Angle Trisection by A. Jackter
- Cryptography by D. Kirschenbaum
- Diophantine algebra by M. Kirschenbaum
- Celestial mechanics by J. Massimino
- Fermat by D. Pellegrino
- Modern Integration by A. Stasiak
- Cartography by D. Sullivan
- Pi by D. Wilson
**2002**- Spring 2002: Honors Seminar, Term Papers