30 November 2021: deadline for submitting Abstracts of proposals for all types of activities.

31 December 2021: Notification of acceptance or not of the submitted proposals.

31 January 2022: Deadline for submission of revised abstracts.

For more informations:


Monday 19 July 2021

This session will be held fully online.

To register, please follow this link; details will be sent to your registered email address on 16th July.

(Videos will be available to preview on the same day from a link you will receive.)

Conference Programme

10:00 am        Welcome: HPM Chair Snezana Lawrence, Middlesex University, London, UK & BSHM


10:15 am        Michael N. Fried, Associate Professor in the Program for Science and Technology Education, Ben Gurion University of the Negev, Beer-Sheva, ISRAEL.

Edmond Halley’s Posture towards Apollonius’s Works and Its Relevance for Teaching Historical Material in Modern Mathematics Classrooms

This talk addresses the HPM Theme: Theoretical and/or conceptual frameworks for integrating history in mathematics education


11:00 am        Man Keung Siu, Honorary Professor, The University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong SAR, CHINA

Mathematical World (or Worlds) in the context of HPM

This talk addresses the HPM Theme: Mathematics and its relation to science, technology, and the arts: Historical issues and interdisciplinary teaching and learning


11:45 am        Marc Moyon, Maître de Conférences (Lecturer), University of Limoges (France)                                   

I would like to introduce history in my mathematics lessons but I do not know how to do it! A challenge for in-service teacher training

This talk addresses the HPM Theme: History and epistemology in students’ and teachers’ mathematics education: Classroom experiments and teaching materials


12:30 pm        ​Lunch time – with informal discussion


1:30 pm        ​  Discussion


2:15 pm          Luis Saraiva, Associate Professor, University of Lisbon, PORTUGAL              

Matteo Ricci and the introduction in China of Euclid’s Elements                 

This talk addresses the HPM Theme: History of Mathematics in  China and Eastern Asia


3:00 pm          Mary Flagg, Associate Professor, University of St. Thomas (Houston, Texas, USA)                         

Using Original Sources in the Classroom to Enrich the Learning Experience

This talk addresses the HPM Theme: Original sources in the classroom and their educational effects


3:45 pm          Discussion


5:00 pm          Close of conference


To get in touch with the organiser, please email snezana@mathsisgoodforyou.com

All the timings on the programme are given as GMT – Greenwich Meantime, London UK. The conversion time-table for your city can be accessed at https://www.timeanddate.com/worldclock/. Looking forward to seeing you on the 19th July!


The HPM meeting in Macau has been cancelled.

Instead we will have a one day online-only meeting, on Monday 19th July 2021 in conjunction with the British Society for the History of Mathematics.

Further details will be announced shortly. 

The first announcement of the ESU-9 (Salerno, Italy):


The website of the event:



O XIV SNHM será realizado, de modo on line, pela Universidade Federal do Triângulo Mineiro (UFTM), Campus Uberaba, no período de 28 a 31 de março de 2021, com apoio de seus dirigentes e do Grupo de Pesquisa em História da Matemática (GPHMAT_UFTM) sob coordenação local da Profa. Dra. Mônica de Cássia Siqueira Martines.

Os trabalhos, que poderão ser enviados até 30/01/2021, serão apresentados em dois formatos:

a) Apresentação oral síncrona.

b) Apresentação oral assíncrona.

No formato de apresentação oral síncrono teremos duas modalidades de trabalhos: comunicação científica e relato de experiência.

No formato de apresentação oral assíncrono teremos uma modalidade de trabalho: pôster digital.

Para mais informações acessem ao site do evento: https://sites.google.com/view/xivsnhmat/apresenta%C3%A7%C3%A3o


The XIV National Seminar on the History of Mathematics – XIV SNHM will be held, online, by the Federal University of Triângulo Mineiro (UFTM), Campus Uberaba, from March 28 to 31, 2021, with support from its leaders and the Research Group on the History of Mathematics (GPHMAT_UFTM) under the local coordination of Profa. Dra. Mônica de Cássia Siqueira Martines.

Papers, which may be sent until 30/01/2021, will be presented in two formats: a) Synchronous oral presentation.

b) Asynchronous oral presentation. In the synchronous oral presentation format, we will have two types of work: scientific communication and experience reporting. In the asynchronous oral presentation format, we will have one type of work: digital poster.

For more information visit the event website: https://sites.google.com/view/xivsnhmat/apresenta%C3%A7%C3%A3o 

Prof. Iran Mendes (Brazil)

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