We are happy to be co-organisers of the ‘Digital Approaches to the History of Science’ pair of one-day workshops that will showcase and explore some of the work currently being done at the intersection of digital scholarship and the history of science.
We have just posted the call for papers for our second workshop ‘Reading Euclid in the early modern world’ to take place on 14 and 15 December 2017 (Thursday and Friday) at All Souls College, Oxford. Proposals are due 1 August. Click here to see the CFP
After two full days of compelling papers on all aspects of mathematical teaching in the early modern world, we have wrapped up our first project workshop. We thank all the participants for making it such a lively and engaging event! Click here for more information on the workshop.
Euclid's Elements of Geometry in Early Modern Britain and Ireland