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Unformatted text preview: 1 INVITED TALKS (list is complete from January 1997 to November 17, 2010) 1. 1971 (January), gave invited address at the Annual meeting of the ASL, Atlantic City, New Jersey, (1 hour). 2. 1971 (August), gave two invited addresses to the NATO Meeting at Cambridge University, England, on "Categoricity Relative to Ordinals," and "Philosophy of Set Theory," (each address 1 hour). 3. 1972 (Spring), gave invited address at Berkeley Logic Colloquium on "Beth's Theorem and Hyperdegrees of Borel Sets." 4. 1972 (Summer), gave invited address at AMS Meeting at Dartmouth, New Hampshire, on "Borel Sets and Hyperdegrees," (20 minutes). 5. 1972 (Summer), gave a series of invited talks at Cambridge University, England, on "Beth's Definability Theorem." 6. 1973 (Fall), gave invited address at the U.S.-Japan Conference of Proof Theory, Harvard University, (1 hour). 7. 1974 (Summer), invited speaker at the International Congress of Mathematicians, Vancouver, B.C., Canada, (50 minutes). 8. 1975 (February), gave invited talk at the Princeton University Logic Seminar on "Hilbert's Second Problem - Reformulations and Results," (1 1/2 hours). 9. 1975 (March), gave an invited address at the M.I.T. Set Theory Conference on "Categoricity with Respect to the Ordinals," (1 hour). 10. 1975 (Spring), invited speaker at AMS Meeting at St. Louis, Missouri, (20 minutes). 11. 1975 (Spring), invited panelist for joint symposium on "Church's Thesis" between the Association for Symbolic Logic and the American Philosophical Association, Chicago, Illinois, (2 hours). 12. 1975 (December), gave invited address at the Annual Meeting of the ASL, New York, on "The Logical Strength of Mathematical Statements," (1 hour). 2 13. 1976 (Summer), gave an invited address at the Rockefeller University Logic Conference on "A Programmatic Extension of Gdel's Incompleteness Theorems," (1 hour). 14. 1976 (Winter), gave a series of invited talks in seminar form at the Institute for Mathematical Studies in the Social Sciences of Stanford University on "The Syntax and Semantics of Mathematical Text." 15. 1977 (Spring), gave an invited lecture ( -lecture) at the meeting of the -group at Oberwolfach on "The Future of Set Theory," (2 1/2 hours). 16. 1977 (Spring), gave two invited addresses at Oberwolfach, "Definability in Set Theory" meeting on " Theorems Needing 1 Ranks and Theorems Needing Morse- Kelley," and "Remarks on the Foundations of Mathematics," (each 1 1/2 hours). 17. 1977 (Summer), gave an invited lecture at the Generalized Recursion Theory II meeting at Oslo, Norway on "Descriptive Analysis," (1 hour). 18. 1977 (December), gave an invited lecture at the M.I.T. Logic Conference entitled "On the Incompleteness of Axiomatic Set Theory," (20 minutes)....
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