Regular publication is a key feature of the Society’s professional activity. Our print publications include
- The British Journal for the History of Science: our peer-reviewed quarterly journal, including articles by leading researchers and reviews of the latest books in the history of science, technology and medicine
- Viewpoint: magazine of the Society, published three times a year and featuring news and views from across the field
- BSHS Monographs: work of lasting scholarly value that might not otherwise be made available, and aids the dissemination of innovative projects advancing scholarship or education in the field
- BJHS Themes: BJHS Themes aims to publish open access, high-quality, scholarly, engaging collections of history of science papers, each collection of which will address a provocative theme. The journal is wholly open access – free to read online and normally free for authors too – funded through a collaboration between the British Society for the History of Science and Cambridge University Press.
A significant volume of our output is now available online, mostly via this website: this includes the BSHS List of Theses, and the Guide to Institutions (replacing the former Course Guide). The Outreach and Education Committee is developing a range of resources in various formats, to be published in Viewpoint, on this site and elsewhere.