Mar 18

Field And Galois Theory 

Pi is transcendental, but the proof is beyond the scope of this course. Here’s a meta-proof: if there were some polynomial somewhere with pi as a root, it’d be famous and you’d all know about it. You don’t, so there can’t be such a polynomial, and hence pi is transcendental.

— Galois Theory course, Professor Kevin Buzzard, Imperial College London

Galois Theory Andrew Baker School of Mathematics & Statistics University of Glasgow 2013 

Fields and Galois Theory John Lawrence University of Waterloo Fall 2012  

FIELD THEORY PETE L. CLARK University of Georgia

Fields and Galois Theory JS Milne feb 2013 version 

Field Theory Notes by Peter M. Neumann  Mathematical Institute  University of Oxford

Galois Theory Balazs Szendroi Mathematical Institute University of Oxford 2013

Field Theory (Algebra) Fall 1997 George F. Seelinger Illinois State University

Galois Theory Solutions to the exercises Andrew Baker University of Glasgow 

Galois Theory and the Inverse Galois Problem Lecture Notes by Benjamin C. Wallace Instructor Prof. Noriko Yui Queen's University Winter 2012

Galois Theory Xenia de la Ossa University of Oxford 2013 

Galois Theory Christopher Cooper McQuarrie University

Galois Theory Hovhannes M. Khudaverdian University of Manchester 200