Josh Greene ProfessorBoston College Math Department |

The (once-)NEW Boston Graduate Topology Seminar

BC Geometry/Topology Seminar

This google calendar attempts to tell you what is happening in topology seminars across the area.

My papers on the arXiv. Eventually, I intend to include links to their available published versions, and in the meantime you can consult my CV if you want to pursue doing so yourself.

I gave a talk entitled Perspectives on Dehn surgery (evocative of the summer school I am organizing) at the Texas Geometry / Topology Conference at the University of Texas, Austin on November 17, 2017.

I also maintain the course webpages for a few courses that I taught in the past:

I taught MT 445, Combinatorics, in Fall 2018.

I taught MT 885, Graduate Combinatorics, in Spring 2018.

I taught MT 883, Introduction to Knot Theory, in Fall 2015.

I taught MT885, Combinatorial Methods in Knot Theory, in Spring 2013.

Here is a write-up about the dowry (a.k.a. secretary) problem, on which I spoke to the BC Math Society on October 9, 2013.

Of the many Josh Greenes I am not, this is one.