John Cullinan

Assistant Professor of Mathematics

Bard College

I am currently teaching Complex Analyis (Math 362) and Abstract Algebra (Math 332) and in Fall 2014 I will teach Mathematics and Politcs (Math 106) and Real Analysis (Math 362). I will be the happy recipient of an HHMI-funded course release next semester to further develop my M&P course. My teaching materials are on the Bard Moodle site; if you are a current student you should have an active password.

My mathematical interests lie broadly in number theory, with a focus on arithmetic geometry and Galois representations. Want to know more? See my research page or cv for more information. I also maintain a separate page for my other mathematical interests.

I have been on the faculty at Bard since 2006 (first as a visitor, then tenure-line since 2008) after teaching for a year at Colby College. Before that, I received my PhD in mathematics from the University of Massachusetts in 2005 under the direction of Siman Wong. I graduated from Bates College in 1999 with a double-major in mathematics and physics. I am from Yonkers, NY and attended the Ethical Culture Fieldston School.