Lecture 1, 8/24:   Section  0, p. 3 - 5
Lecture 2, 8/26:   Section  0, p. 6 - 8
Lecture 3, 8/29:   Section  1, p. 31 - 36
Lecture 4, 8/31:   Section  2, p. 41 - 44
Lecture 5, 9/2:     Section 0, p. 8-9; Section 2, p. 44 (Example 7), p. 46 (Examples 11, 12)
Lecture 6, 9/7:     Section 2, p. 50 - 52
Lecture 7, 9/9:     Section 3, p. 58 - 60
Lecture 8, 9/12:   Section 3, p. 62 - 64
Lecture 9, 9/14:   Section 4, p. 73 - 76
Lecture 10, 9/16: Section 4, p. 76 - 77
Lecture 11, 9/16:
Section 5,  p.93 - 100 (Gallian uses anticlockwise cyclic permutations (shifting to the left by 1) to define cycles in S_n. In the class today I used the clockwise permutations (shifting to the right by 1) - the two approaches are absolutely equivalent and the theorem is stated literally the same for both versions)
Lecture 12, 9/21: Section 6. p. 119 - 122
Lecture 13, 9/23: Section 6. p. 126 - 129
Lecture 14, 9/30: Section 7: p. 134 - 135
Lecture 15, 10/03: Section 7, p. 137 - 139
Lecture 16, 10/05: Section 7, p. 140 - 142
Lecture 17, 10/07: Section 8, p. 150 - 153
Lecture 18, 10/10: Section 9, p. 172 - 173
Lecture 19, 10/12: Section 9, p. 174 - 179
Lecture 20, 10/14: Section 9, p. 174 - 179
Lecture 21, 10/17: Section 9, p. 179 - 181
Lecture 22, 10/19: Section 10, p. 194 - 196
Lecture 23, 10/21: Section 10, p. 196 - 200
Lecture 24, 10/24: Section 10, p. 201 - 205
Lecture 25, 10/26: Section 11, p. 211 - 214
Lecture 26, 11/2: Section 12, p. 229 -231
Lecture 27, 11/4: Section 12, p. 231 - 233
Lecture 28, 11/7: Section 13, p. 240 - 241
Lecture 29, 11/9: Section 13, p. 242 - 245
Lecture 30, 11/11: Section 14, p. 253 - 254
Lecture 31, 11/14: Section 14, p. 254 - 257
Lecture 32, 11/16: Section 15, p. 270 - 274
Lecture 33, 11/18: Section 15, p. 270 - 274 (same).
Lecture 34, 11/21: Section 16, p. 283 - 286
Lecture 35, 11/23: Section 16, p. 286 - 290
Lecture 36, 11/28: Section 16 (same)
Lecture 37, 12/02: Section 19, p. 335 - 337
Lecture 38, 12/05: Section 19, p. 335 - 337

Suggested reading for Lecture 39: Section 19 (same)