September 10, 1997: Alexander Braverman (MIT), Kazhdan-Laumon representations.
September 17: George Lusztig (MIT), Representations of Lie algebras in characteristic p.
October 1: Mark Reeder (Boston College), Wedge g, small modules, and the Springer correspondence.
October 8: Monica Nevins (MIT), The orbit method: forays in p-adic groups.
October 15: Peter Trapa (MIT), Unitary representations of U(p,q).
October 22: David Vogan (MIT), Dirac operator and unitary representations.
October 29: Konni Rietsch (MIT), Total positivity for flag varieties.
November 5: David Vogan (MIT), Dirac operator and unitary representations (continued).
November 12: Bertram Kostant (MIT), Discrete series representations and the 2^l abelian ideals in b.
November 19: Bertram Kostant (MIT), Discrete series representations and the 2^l abelian ideals in b.
November 26: David Vogan (MIT), Dirac operator and unitary representations (concluded).
December 3: Ivan Cherednik (University of North Carolina), Difference spherical functions.
December 10: Robert Donley (MIT), Intertwining operators and the discrete series.
February 4, 1998: Jing-Song Huang (HKUST and MIT), Small nilpotent orbits and unitary representations.
February 11: Edward Dunne (AMS), A Penrose-type transform for odd-dimensional hyperbolic space.
February 18: Alexander Braverman (MIT), `Schwartz' functions on the basic affine space, Eisenstein series and generic Kazhdan-Lusztig polynomials.
February 25: Dennis Gaitsgory (Harvard), Geometric Eisenstein series.
March 4: David Vogan (MIT), K-types, signatures, and modules on the nilpotent cone.
March 11: David Vogan (MIT), K-types, signatures, and modules on the nilpotent cone (conclusion).
March 18: Markus Hunziker (Brandeis), Harish-Chandra systems and invariant differential operators on a reductive Lie algebra.
April 1: Fiona Murnaghan (University of Toronto), Characters of admissible representations of p-adic groups.
April 8: Siddhartha Sahi (Rutgers University), A new formula for weight multiplicities and characters.
April 15: David Vogan (MIT), Norm estimates for unitary highest weight representations (after B. Krotz).
April 22: Don King (Northeastern University), The moment mapping on spherical nilpotent orbits.
April 29: Sam Evens (University of Arizona), Poisson geometry and a theorem of Kostant.
May 6: Zoltan Magyar (Mathematical Institute, Hungarian Academy of Sciences), How to decide that a real Lie group is `reductive'.
May 13: Gregg Zuckerman (Yale University and Harvard), Duality for cohomological induction.