John Duskin


John Duskin is a category theorist from the North American School of Category Theory in the Buffalo group. He is often refered to as Jack Duskin.


  • J. Duskin, 1975, Simplicial methods and the interpretation of “triple” cohomology , number 163 in Mem. Amer. Math. Soc., 3, Amer. Math. Soc.

  • J. Duskin, 1979, Higher-dimensional torsors and the cohomology of topoi: the abelian theory , in Applications of Sheaves , number 753 in Lecture Notes in Maths., Springer-Verlag.

  • John Duskin, The Azumaya complex of a commutative ring, in: Categorical algebra and its applications (Louvain-La-Neuve, 1987), 107–117, Lecture Notes in Math. 1348, Springer 1988.

  • J. Duskin, An outline of a theory of higher dimensional descent , Bull. de la Soc. Math. de Belgique, 41, (1989), 249 – 277.

  • M. Bullejos, A. M. Cegarra and J. Duskin, On catn^n -groups and homotopy types , J. Pure

    Appl. Alg., 86, (1993), 135 – 154.

  • John W. Duskin, Simplicial matrices and the nerves of weak n-categories I: nerves of bicategories, Theory and Applications of Categories, 9, (2002), 198 – 308.

  • John W. Duskin, Non-abelian cohomology in a topos , Reprints in Theory and Applications of Categories, No. 23 (2013) pp. 1-165

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