Interesting, you start at undergrad, maybe go to postgrad and finally lecture. Then what? (we’ll have to wait and see what Alexandre Borovik does, no pressure of course! :p )

And I’m not sure whether not having the time to read anything else is a good thing, so I’m going to give the carnival of maths a miss for now!

BTW I was not going to do a cheer at the start… seriously!

]]>The main difference being that group cohomology forms an algebraic structure we can understand, namely a graded commutative algebra.

Group homology forms a graded co-commutative co-algebra, and thus is too weird for most people to want to work with.

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