Josh Greene

Assistant Professor
Boston College Math Department

Not me

Not me


Bored and in Boston? Need another lecture on sutured Floer homology? Try out one of these seminars:

BC Geometry/Topology Seminar

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


I study low-dimensional topology and use Heegaard Floer homology and combinatorics a lot in my work.

My papers on the arXiv. Eventually, I intend to include links to their available published versions.


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

I teach MT 445, Combinatorics, and MT808, Algebraic Topology, in Spring 2013.

I taught MT885, Combinatorial Methods in Knot Theory, in Spring 2013.
I taught MT216, Introduction to Abstract Mathematics, in Fall 2012. All pertinent material appears on the Blackboard site internal to BC.
I taught MT451, Euclidean and Non-Euclidean Geometry, in Fall 2011.

Other Links

My website looks a lot like that of my colleague, Eli Grigsby.

mailing address:
Joshua Evan Greene
Department of Mathematics
Boston College
Chestnut Hill, MA 02467-3806

office: 264 Carney Hall
fax: 617-552-3789
phone: 617-552-1007
email: You can figure it out from (hint: the letter "e" appears three times in my name).