
Jonathan
Sands
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jwsands@uvm.edu 
Math 251 Abstract Algebra I
Resources


Other Texts
There are many Abstract Algebra texts. The UVM library has most of
these.
Try using Voyager to search with
subject "abstract algebra", "modern algebra", or "Galois Theory". The
list below is arranged, roughly, by increasing difficulty.
Rings, Fields and Groups, An Introduction to Abstract Algebra
by R. B. J. T. Allenby QC251.A4
Contemporary Abstract Algebra by Joseph A. Gallian QA162.G34
2002
A First Course in Abstract Algebra by John B. Fraleigh
QA162.F7
Abstract Algebra, 3rd Edition, by I. N. Herstein
Abstract Algebra by John A. Beachy, William D. Blair QA162
.B4 1996
Abstract Algebra, 2nd Edition, by Joseph Rotman
Algebra by Michael Artin QA154.2.A77 1991
Galois Theory by Emil Artin QA171.A75
Galois Theory by Ian Stewart QA214.S74
Galois Theory by Harold Edwards QA247.E383
Modern Higher Algebra by Emil Artin QA171.A76
Algebra by Hungerford, Thomas W. QA155.H83
Algebra, A Graduate Course by Isaacs, I. Martin QA154.2I83
1994
Algebra by Serge Lang, QA154.2.L36
Algebra by Bourbaki, Nicolas. QA155.B68213
Classic Texts:
Algebra by Saunders MacLane and Garrett Birkhoff. QA266.M254
Basic Algebra by Jacobson, Nathan QA154.2.J32
Algebra by B.L. van der Waerden QA155 .W316
Commutative Algebra by Oscar Zariski and Pierre Samuel QA251.Z3
Online Resources
Online
Study Guide by Beachy and Blair
Abstract
Algebra Course Notes by David Wilkins
Notes on Everything
by Milne
History
of Mathematics by St Andrews.
Dog School
Abstact Algebra notes by Benedict Gross
Computer Packages
Mathematica and Maple have packages dedicated to algebra
SAGE, GAP and PARI are excellent (and free) algebra systems
MAGMA, SINGULAR, MACAULEY and CoCoA are commercial packages.
See http://www.ams.org/mathweb/misoftware.html
for a list of software and links to the makers