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===Further Resources===  ===Further Resources===  
−  * [http://www.math.toronto.edu/graduate/ Graduate Studies] at the [http://www.math.toronto.edu/ UofT Math Department]. In particular,  +  * [http://www.math.toronto.edu/graduate/ Graduate Studies] at the [http://www.math.toronto.edu/ UofT Math Department]. In particular, [http://www.math.toronto.edu/graduate/courses/descriptions.html Graduate Course Descriptions]. 
−  [http://www.math.toronto.edu/graduate/courses/descriptions.html Graduate Course Descriptions].  +  
* Past Knot Theory classes I have taught:  * Past Knot Theory classes I have taught:  
** [http://www.math.toronto.edu/~drorbn/classes/0304/KnotTheory/index.html Math 1350F  Knot Theory] in Fall 2003.  ** [http://www.math.toronto.edu/~drorbn/classes/0304/KnotTheory/index.html Math 1350F  Knot Theory] in Fall 2003. 
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Algebraic Knot Theory
Department of Mathematics, University of Toronto, Fall 2006
Agenda: Understand the promise and the difficulty of the notyetexistant "Algebraic Knot Theory".
Instructor: Dror BarNatan, drorbn@math.toronto.edu, Bahen 6178, 4169465438. Office hours: by appointment.
Classes: Tuesdays 910 and Thursdays 1012 at Bahen 6183.
SVN repository: http://katlas.math.toronto.edu/svn/061350/.
Further Resources
 Graduate Studies at the UofT Math Department. In particular, Graduate Course Descriptions.
 Past Knot Theory classes I have taught:
 Math 1350F  Knot Theory in Fall 2003.
 Seminar on Knot Theory in Spring 2002.
 Knots and Feynman Diagrams in Fall 2001.
 Knot Theory in Spring 2001.