
Lectures
2pm on Mondays, Tuesdays, and even Wednesdays
(18/1, 1/2, 15/2, 1/3, 15/3), room 416
Tutorials 4pm on Thursdays, starting 19/1, room 104 This page is in addition to the official departmental page. You might also find the previous lecturer's page (20034) useful. There is a Galois Theory chat page specifically for your use. The best book for the course is Ian Stewart's Galois Theory, which is clear and very popular. The University bookshop should have copies (let me know if not), and you can also order it from the usual online shops. If you have questions, feel free to mail me (address at bottom of page) or visit me in my office (room 435).
The early deaths of Galois and Abel contributed greatly to the notion that mathematicians do their best work while very young. How's that for logic?
