PHILIP ORDING
Mathematics Faculty
Sarah Lawrence College
1 Mead Way, Bronxville, NY 10708
Science Center 106
Tel 914-395-2342
pording at sarahlawrence dot edu

TEACHING
The New Elements: Mathematics and the Arts, Fall 2018 - Spring 2019
Discrete Mathematics, Fall 2018
An Introduction to Real Analysis, Spring 2019

RESEARCH
A note on quasi-alternating Montesinos links (w. Abhijit Champanerkar), J. Knot Theory Ramifications 24 (9) 2015
Constructing doubly-pointed Heegaard diagrams compatible with (1,1) knots, J. Knot Theory Ramifications, 22 (11) 2013
The Ozsváth-Szabó and Rasmussen concordance invariants are not equal (w. Matthew Hedden), Amer. J. Math. 130 (2) 2008, 441-453
On knot Floer homology of satellite (1,1) knots, PhD thesis, Columbia University, 2006

WRITING
99 Variations on a Proof, Princeton, 2019
Parallel Painting: On Kanishka Raja’s Ornament and Translation, in PostWest 2a: Ornament and Translation, Barbara Walters Gallery, Sarah Lawrence College, 2018
Triangle O, Bulletins of the Serving Library 9, 2015
How to Look at Mathematical Objects, interview with Mark Green for exhibition catalog, Man Ray: Human Equations, Hatje Cantz, 2015
Round and Round and Round, Bulletins of the Serving Library 7, 2014
A Definite Intuition, Bulletins of the Serving Library 5, 2013
Mathematical Objects, Cabinet 41, 2011
Mathematical Side Effects and the Art of Al Taylor, catalog essay, Steidl/David Zwirner, 2011

EDITING
Simplicity: Ideals of Practice in Mathematics and the Arts (w. Roman Kossak), Springer, 2017
The Mathematical Intelligencer, associate editor

CURATING
Model Theories (w. Helena Kauppila), Ford Project, 2012
Proofs and Refutations (w. Alexandra Whitney), David Zwirner gallery, 2011

CONFERENCES AND SEMINARS
Simplicity: Ideals of Practice in Mathematics and the Arts, April 3-5, 2013
Faces of Geometry: 3-Manifolds, Groups & Singularities, June 6-10, 2011
Geometry and Topology Seminar, CUNY
Geometric Topology Seminar, Columbia