The Dozenal Society of America (formerly the Duodecimal Society of America) is a voluntary nonprofit educational corporation, organized for the conduct of research and education of the public in the use of base twelve in calculations, mathematics, weights and measures, and other branches of pure and applied science.
- Who We are
- Contact Us
- Join us
- Why join the society?
- Download a fillable pdf membership form
- Fill out our electronic membership form (now, for the first time, you can join the DSA and make a donation entirely online!)
- Annual Meetings; information about our annual meetings.
- Regional Meetups; information about other meetings of DSA members throughout the year.
- Officers and Board Members; our current officers and board.
- Related Sites and Organizations
- Dozensonline; a web forum for discussion of all things dozenal and alternate base.
- Dozenal Society of Great Britain (DSGB); our brethren across the pond.
- Hexnet; a site dedicated primarily to hexagonal studies, administered by Vice President Graham Steele.
- Dozenalism; the dozenal-focused personal website of Donald Goodman.