We prove that the algebra of closed differential forms in an (algebraic, formal, or analytic) disk with logarithmic singularities along several coordinate hyperplanes is (both nontopologically and topologically) Koszul. The connection with variations of mixed Hodge–Tate structures is discussed in the introduction.

It it shown that the Bloch-Kato conjecture on the norm residue homomorphism $K^M(F)/l \to H^*(G_F,Z/l)$ follows from its (partially known) low-degree part under the assumption that the Milnor… Expand

This is an enhanced version of the author's 1998 Harvard Ph.D. thesis, as published by IMRN in 2005. We propose an extension of Bogomolov's conjecture about commutator subgroups of Galois groups to… Expand

The aim of this paper is to work out a concrete example as well as to provide the general pattern of applications of Koszul duality to repre- sentation theory. The paper consists of three parts… Expand