Diversifying the Curriculum in Oxford

Conference talk at 'Mathematics: Inclusive or Exclusive? Putting colour, culture and context into the curriculum', International Centre for Mathematical Sciences, Edinburgh (online), 25th January 2022

The Peet Memorial Library

Contribution (with R. B. Parkinson) to the 'Parchment and Paper' videocast series of the library of The Queen's College, Oxford, s01e02, January 2022

Ada Lovelace: The Making of a Computer Scientist

Talk for One Day University, delivered online, 24th January 2022

How international were the early International Congresses of Mathematicians?

Seminar delivered online for History of Mathematics in India Project (HOMI), Indian Institute of Technology, Gandhinagar, 18th June 2021

BO1.1 History of Mathematics, Lecture XIII, Complex Analysis, Part 1: Complex Numbers, Michaelmas Term 2020

BO1.1 History of Mathematics, Lecture XIII, Complex Analysis, Part 2: Functions of a Complex Variable, Michaelmas Term 2020

Recorded lectures from a third-year undergraduate module on the history of mathematics, delivered to students in the Mathematical Institute at the University of Oxford.

Unsung Heroes of Ancient Egypt: the anonymous mathematicians

Talk for Unsung Heroes of Science Celebration Day, Hertford College, Oxford, delivered online, 30th June 2020

Parallel lines down the centuries

'BODcast' of talk given in Weston Library, Oxford, 12th June 2019

Is there a better way to count...?  12s anyone?

(Very brief) contribution to BBC Ideas film on base 12, September 2018

The algebraic theory of semigroups: interactions between US and European mathematics during the 20th century

Seminar delivered at the Institut Henri Poincaré, Paris, 16th December 2016

Ada Lovelace and her mentors

Skype lecture for Ada Lovelace Day, University of Edinburgh, 11th October 2016

The mathematical correspondence of Ada Lovelace and Augustus De Morgan

Conference talk at the Ada Lovelace Symposium, Mathematical Institute, Oxford, 10th December 2015

Ada Lovelace interview

For the University of Oxford's 'Research in Conversation' series, October 2015