**My preprints or postprints**:

*Geometry of cohomology support loci for local systems I*(published in J. Alg. Geom. 1997)*Geometry of cohomology support loci II: integrability of Hitchin's map*(1997)- (with M. Nori)
*Solvable fundamental groups of algebraic varieties and Kaehler manifolds*(published in Compositio Math. 1999) -
*Building mixed Hodge structures*(in: The arithmetic and geometry of algebraic cycles, AMS 2000 ) - (with P. Sastry)
*Intermediate Jacobians and Hodge Structures of Moduli Spaces*(published in Proc. Ind. Acad. Sci. 2000) -
*A class of sheaves satisfying Kodaira's vanishing theorem*(published in Math. Ann. 2000) - (with S. Archava)
*Kodaira dimension of symmetric powers*( published in Proc. AMS 2003) -
*Hodge cycles on some moduli spaces* - (+ appendix by D. Keeler)
*Frobenius amplitude and strong vanishing theorems for vector bundles*(published Duke Math. J, 2004) -
*The Leray spectral sequence is motivic*(published in Inventiones Math. 2005) *Kahler Solvmanifolds*(published Internat. Math. Res. Notices, 2004)*Partial regularity and amplitude*(published in Amer. J. Math, 2006)- (with S-J. Kang)
*Functoriality of the coniveau filtration*Canad. Math. Bull. (2007) -
*Motivation for Hodge cycles*(published in Advances in Math, 2006) *The Hodge conjecture for rationally connected fivefolds*- (with S-J. Kang)
*Coniveau and the Grothendieck group of varieties*(published in Mich. Math. J., 2006) - (with A. Dhillon)
*The motive of the moduli stack of G-bundles over the universal curve*( Proc. Ind. Acad. Sci., 2008) -
*Mixed Hodge structures associated to geometric variations*(to appear in Cycles, Motives, Shimura Varieties, TIFR Mumbai) *Varieties with very little transcendental cohomology*(published in Motives and Algebraic Cycles, Fields Inst. 2009)*An abelian category of motivic sheaves*(Advances in Math 2013)*Frobenius Amplitude and Vanishing on Singular Spaces*(to appear, Illinois J. Math)- (with M. Kumar)
*Beilinson-Hodge cycles on semiabelian varieties*(Math. Res. Let., 2009) -
*The Hodge theoretic fundamental group and its cohomology*(published in Geom. of Alg. Cycles, Clay Inst. 2010) - (with P. Baktary, J. Wlodarczyk)
*The combinatorial part of the cohomology of a singular variety.* -
*Homomorphisms between Kaehler groups*(published in topology of algebraic varieties and singularities, AMS 2011) - (with P. Baktary, J. Wlodarczyk)
*Weights on cohomology, invariants of singularities, and dual complexes*(replaces earlier paper; published in Math. Ann.) -
*Hodge theory of cyclic covers branched over a union of hyperplanes.*(to appear Can J. Math) -
*Decomposition of direct images of logarithmic differentials.*(to appear Internat. Math. Res. Notices )

*Some applications of positive characteristic techniques to vanishing theorems*(pdf file), Talk at Lipman Conf.*Higgs Bundles, Integrability, and holomorphic forms (dvi file)*(published in Motives, Polylogarithms and Hodge theory, Int'l Press 2002)*Intro to mixed Hodge modules (pdf file)*(published in Cycles, Motives and Shimura varieties, TIFR 2010)*Notes on the Hodge conjecture*(pdf file) Talks at Chennai*Cohomology support loci for local systems and Higgs bundles*Talks at U. Michigan- (with S.-J. Kang)
*Kahler-de Rham cohomology and Chern classes*(Comm. Alg. 2011)

- Abstract Algebra done Concretely (pdf file, 550K)
- Algebraic Geometry over the complex numbers (Springer)
- An introduction to differential forms (pdf file)
- Introduction to algebraic geometry (web page)
- A gallery of complex curves (web page)
- Introduction to etale cohomology
- Abelian varieties and moduli
- Purity for intersection cohomology after Deligne-Gabber

**Other links:**

- UC Davis front end to Math ArXiv
- The American Math Society
- Purdue math department home page
- MathSciNet
- SGA Online
- Back issues of Publ. IHES (including EGA)

Arraymaker and other miscellaneous scripts and software that I've written are available here.

You can contact me via email at
*arapura*math.purdue.edu*,
where * should be replaced by @ , or you can
contact me by phone at (765) 494-1983, or by mail at

150 N. University Street

Dept. of Mathematics

Purdue University

West Lafayette, IN 47907-2067

USA