Math/Physics Talks at BCC from Before 1990
Curnutt
"Nonstandard Calculus"
"Analysis, the Way It Ought To Be (Complex Variables)"
2 or 3 talks on Calculus of Variations.
a general talk, open to the whole faculty:
"What I Like About (or why I chose to study) Mathematics"
Hoffman and Curnutt - "Calculus Reform: Conceptual Problems"
Hoffman - "Voting Theory"
"Error Correcting Codes"
Richard Litzenberger - something from Probability, Chebychev's Theorem (?)
Gary Brown - Classic Solvability and Constructibility Problems (Galois Theory)
John Stewart - "What if the mass of the electron is not constant?"
Jim Relf gave a talk on Euler's Theorem (maybe on a balloon).