# Audio-visual

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.

*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

*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

*What happened to the first soviet scientist to solve a fundamental problem in mathematics?*

Contribution to The Big Questions series of podcasts produced by Oxford Sparks, May 2017

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

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

*Reading between the lines: Soviet mathematical biography*

Conference talk at 'Mathematical Biography: a MacTutor Celebration', St Andrews, 17th September 2016

*The mathematical correspondence of Ada Lovelace and Augustus De Morgan*

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

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