Class Information:
 Syllabus
Lecture Notes: These are the notes I'm using to teach the class.
Notes for specific days for our class will be in the calendar below.
 Topic 0  Introduction
 Topic 1  Abstract and incidence geometries
 Topic 2  Metric geometries
 Topic 3  ....
 Topic 4  ....
 Topic 5  ....
 Topic 6  ....
 Topic 7  ....
 Topic 8  ....
 Topic 9  ....
 Topic 10  ....
Homework:
HW 1 

HW 2 

HW 3 

HW 4 

HW 5 

HW 6 

Schedule and lecture notes:
week 
Monday  Wednesday 
1 
8/21 lecture notes 
8/23  lecture notes 
2 
8/28  lecture notes 
8/30  lecture notes 
3 
9/4  HOLIDAY 
9/6  lecture notes 
4 
9/11  lecture notes 
9/13  lecture notes 
5 
9/18  lecture notes 
9/20  lecture notes 
6 
9/25  lecture notes 
9/27  lecture notes 
7 
10/2  lecture notes 
10/4  lecture notes 
8 
10/9  lecture notes 
10/11  lecture notes 
9 
10/16  lecture notes 
10/18  lecture notes 
10 
10/23  lecture notes 
10/25  lecture notes 
11 
10/30 lecture notes 
11/1  lecture notes 
12 
11/6 lecture notes 
11/8  lecture notes 
13 
11/13  lecture notes 
11/15  lecture notes 
HOLIDAY 
11/20  HOLIDAY 
11/22 HOLIDAY 
14 
11/27 lecture notes 
11/29 lecture notes 
15 
12/4  lecture notes 
12/6  lecture notes 
Finals week 

12/13  
Videos:
 An old BBC video on the history of nonEuclidean geometry.
Webpages:
 Foundations of geometry wiki page  talks about the different ways to axiomitize geometry
 The Elements  this is Euclid's approach to geometry
 Hilbert's axioms  this is Hilbert's approach to geometry
 Birkhoff's axioms  this is Birkhoff's approach to geometry
 The Erlangen program  this is Klein's algebraic approach to geometry
 Tarski's axioms  this is Tarski's approach to geometry