1. Jim Fowler, Bart Snapp, Carolyn Johns, Darry Andrews, Dan Boros, Herb Clemens, Vic Ferdinand, Brad Findell, Bill Husen, John H. Johnson, Nela Lakos, Elizabeth Miller, Bobby Ramsey, Jenny Sheldon, Jim Talamo, and Tim Carlson (2021). An Open-Source Calculus Textbook on the Ximera Platform. PRIMUS, 31(1) 925–939. DOI: 10.1080/10511970.2020.1781720.

  2. Ranthony A.C. Edmonds and John H. Johnson Jr. (Feb. 2021). Intersections of Mathematics and Society. Notices of the American Mathematical Society 68(2), 207–210. DOI: 10.1090/noti2219.

  3. E. Miller, J. Fowler, C. Johns, J. Johnson Jr., B. Ramsey, and B. Snapp (2021). Increasing Active Learning in Large, Tightly Coordinated Calculus Courses. PRIMUS 31(3-5), 371–392. DOI: 10.1080/10511970.2020.1772923.

  4. John H. Johnson Jr. and Florian Karl Richter (Dec. 2017). Revisiting the nilpotent polynomial Hales–Jewett theorem. Adv. Math. 321(1), 269–286. DOI: 10.1016/j.aim.2017.09.033 MR: 3715711.

  5. Vitaly Bergelson, John H. Johnson Jr., and Joel Moreira (Apr. 2017). New polynomial and multi- dimensional extensions of classical partition results. J. Combin. Theory Ser. A 147, 119–154. DOI: 10.1016/j.jcta.2016.11.010 MR: 3589892.

  6. John H. Johnson Jr. (July 2015). A new and simpler noncommutative central sets theorem. Topology Appl. 189(1), 10–24. DOI: 10.1016/j.topol.2015.03.006 MR: 3342569.

  7. Neil Hindman and John H. Johnson (2012/13). Images of C C sets and related large sets under nonhomogeneous spectra. INTEGERS 12B (Proceedings of the Integers Conference 2011), Paper No. A2, 25 pp. URL: MR: 3055676.


  1. Cory Christopherson and John H. Johnson Jr. (July 2021). Algebraic characterizations of some relative notions of size. (Accepted to Semigroup Forum). arXiv: 2105.09723 [math.GN].


  1. John H. Johnson (Dec. 2011). A dynamical characterization of CC sets. arXiv: 1112.0715 [math.DS].