### Some math papers

"Some Algebraic Aspects of the Adams-Novikov Spectral Sequence,"
Thesis, Princetion University, 1974.
.pdf.

"On G and the stable Adams conjecture,"
with Stewart Priddy, Geometric Applications of Homotopy Theory II:
Proceedings, Evanston,
Springer Lecture Notes in Math. 658 (1977) 331--348.
.pdf.

"A spectral sequence for the homology of an infinite delooping,"
Pac. J. Math. 79 (1978) 139--155.
.pdf.

"A localization theorem in homological algebra,"
Math. Proc. Camb. Phil.Soc. 84 (1978) 73--84:
.pdf.

"On relations between Adams spectral sequences, with an application to the
stable homotopy of a Moore space,"
J. Pure Appl. Alg. 20 (1981) 287--312:
.pdf.

"Vanishing lines for modules over the Steenrod algebra,"
with C. W. Wilkerson, J. Pure Appl. Alg. 22 (1981) 293--307:
.pdf.

"Universal Bernoulli numbers and the S^1-transfer,"
Canadian Math. Soc. Conference Proceedings 2 (1982) 437--449.
.pdf.

"An algebraic analogue of a conjecture of G. W. Whitehead,"
Proc. Amer. Math. Soc. 84 (1982) 131--137.
.pdf;
with a correction by
Siu-Por Lam.

"On the anti-automorphism of the Steenrod algebra" with M.G. Barratt,
Contemp. Math. 12 (1982) 47--52:
.pdf.

"On the Segal conjecture for periodic groups," with Clarence
Wilkerson, Northwestern University Homotopy Theory Conference,
Cont. Math. 19 (1983) 233--246.
.pdf.

"Massey-Peterson towers and maps from classifying spaces,"
Algebraic Topology, Aarhus, 1982, Springer Lec. Notes in Math. 1051 (1984)
401--417, .pdf scan.

"The Segal conjecture for elementary abelian p-groups, I," with
J.F. Adams, J.H. Gunawardena. This is the submitted
draft of the paper appearing in shortened form in Topology.
.pdf.

"The Segal conjecture for elementary abelian p-groups,"
with J.F. Adams and J.H. Gunawardena,
Topology 24 (1985) 435--460.
.pdf.
"The Sullivan conjecture on maps from classifying spaces,"
Ann. of Math. 120:1 (1984) 39--87
.pdf and
.pdf of
correction.

"Stable splittings of Stiefel manifolds,"
Topology 24 (1985) 411-419,
.pdf.

"Equivariant function spaces and characteristic classes" with B.M. Mann
and E.Y. Miller, Trans. Amer. Math. Soc. 295 (1986) 233--256.
.pdf

"The homotopy uniqueness of BS3"
with W. G. Dwyer and C. W. Wilkerson, Algebraic
Topology, Barcelona 1986, Springer Lect. Notes in Math. 1298 (1987) 90-105.
.pdf

"Looping Massey-Peterson towers" with John Harper, Advances in Homotopy
Theory (Cortona 1988), London Math. Soc. Lecture Notes Series 139 (1989)
69--86. .pdf scan.

"The elliptic character and the Witten genus," Contemp. Math. 96 (1989)
281--289. .pdf.

"Fibrewise completion and unstable Adams spectral sequences,"
Israel Journal of Mathematics 66(1--3) (1989) 160--178.
.pdf

"On Jones's Kahn-Priddy theorem,"
Homotopy Theory and Related Topics,
Springer Lecture Notes in Math. 1418 (1990) 210--218.
.pdf

"Finite localizations," Bol. Soc. Mat. Mex. 37 (1992) 383--389.
.pdf scan.

"Homotopical uniquenss of classifying spaces"
with W. G. Dwyer and C. W. Wilkerson, Topology 31 (1992) 29-45
.pdf

"Mark Mahowald's work on the homotopy groups of spheres,"
with D.C. Ravenel,
Algebraic Topology, Oaxtapec, Contemporary Math. 146, 1993,
.pdf.

"Kervaire Invariant One, after M.A. Hill, M.J. Hopkins, and D.C. Ravenel,"
Seminaire Bourbaki no. 1029, Asterisque 348 (2012) 65--98.
.pdf.

"More on the anti-automorphism of the Steenrod algebra," with
V. Giambalvo, Alg. Geo. Tp. 11 (2011) 2579--2585.
.pdf.

"On a spectral sequence for the cohomology of an infinite loop space,"
with Rune Haugseng, Alg. Geo. Top. 16 (2016) 2911--2948.
.pdf.

"The Burnside bicategory of groupoids,"
Bol. Soc. Mat. Mex. 23 (2017) 173--194
(an issue in memory of Sam Gitler),
.pdf.

"Inverting the Hopf map," with Michael Andrews, J. Topol. 10 (2017)
1145--1168,
.pdf.
"Comodules, sheaves, and the exact functor theorem,"
.pdf, Contemp. Math. 729 (2019) 205--220.
"The Andre-Quillen cohomology of commutative monoids,"
with Bhavya Agrawalla and Nasief Khlaif,
Semigroup Forum 108 (2024) 275--299.
.pdf.
"Beck modules and alternative algebras," with Nishant Dhankhar, Ali Tahboub, and Victor Yin
.pdf.

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