The BSHM is pleased to announce the launch of the Biennial Taylor and Francis Early Career Research Prize.
Submissions are now open for the Du Châtelet Prize, sponsored by Duke University in collaboration with the journal Studies in the History and Philosophy of Science.
Registration is open for People, Places, Practices: Joint BSHM-CSHPM/SCHPM Conference, 6-8 July 2020 in St Andrews, Scotland.
There's still time to register for Histelcon 2019: visit the website to register and for programme details. Note that BSHM members can apply at a reduced rate as part of a 'supporting organisation'
A call for contributed papers is now open for People, Places, Practices: Joint BSHM-CSHPM/SCHPM
Call for papers: As is customary, we seek two members who would be prepared to give a short 20 mins paper on a topic of their choice at the Christmas Meeting at the University of Warwick on
The Friends of the National Library of France have launched a new website site (in French), Les sciences au fil du temps ("Sciences over time") http://sciences.amisbnf.org/, which they seek to promote and develop in
The School of Mathematics and Statistics at the University of St Andrews has a vacancy for a historian of mathematics at Reader/Senior Lecturer/Lecturer level:
Salary (Reader): £51,630 - £58,089 per annum,
The final programme for the History of Recreational Mathematics meeting on 18 May at Birkbeck College is now available.
Nominations are invited for the biennial Neumann Prize for 2019. The closing date is 1 September 2019.
The (nearly) final programme for the conference on History of Recreational Mathematics, 18 May, Birkbeck College, London, is now available, as is booking.
Sixth International Conference on the History of Mathematics Education (ICHME-6) CIRM, Marseille (France), September 16-20, 2019