Motives, Polylogarithms and Hodge Theory, Parts I & IIPublished: 1 September 2016 Publisher: International Press of Boston, Inc. Paperback 784 pages 2016 softcover reissue of the original 2002 publication. List Price: $75.00 
Description
Motives, Polylogarithms and Hodge Theory is a twovolume collection of works exploring motivic cohomology and motivic homotopy theory, the periods of modular forms, and the variational aspects of Hodge theory.
Topics include: outstanding open questions in the stable homotopy theory of motives (V. Voevodsky); motivic cohomology, Galois cohomology, and algebraic differential characters (A. Beilinson, S. Bloch, F. Bogomolov, H. Esnault, and Y. Tschinkel); traces of the values of modular functions at quadratic irrationalities (D. Zagier); and theory of classical and elliptic polylogarithms (A. Goncharov and A. Levin). Also presented are papers by J. Wildeshaus and by Z. Wojkowiak, describing the recent progress towards a proof of various versions of Zagier's conjecture; a foundational paper by C. Simpson on geometric nstacks and their applications to nonabelian Hodge structures; and papers on the geometric applications of nonabelian Hodge theory by D. Arapura, L. Katzarkov, T. Pantev, A. Reznikov, and C. Teleman.
This is a set comprising the following volumes, which may be purchased independently:
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2016 Sep 
9781571463289 
1571463283 

paperback 
6.14” x 9.21” 
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US$75.00 