Monthly Archives: February 2006

This morning I was in the math mail room thinking about Banach space tensor products and musicology and homological algebra before any of my classes when I noticed a flier announcing a summer program in Germany on arithmetic geometry. It … Continue reading

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The Modern Musicologist

I’ve been working hard all weekend, and so now I’m taking a break to do something I don’t usually do. I found this poem when searching on JSTOR trying to find ideas for my music(ology) paper. I am the very … Continue reading

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No one is required to read my mid-quarter rambling (but you can if you want to)

I’m really starting to notice the strain of taking too many classes this quarter. (I never learn, do I?) Classes that require a hundred pages of reading a week take a lot of time, especially for people who read as … Continue reading

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