Anush Tserunyan
Semesterlong course notes and problem lists

Descriptive Set Theory (graduate)

Originally put together for the UCLA Undergraduate Logic Summer School 2013, this evolved into a semesterlong graduate course material.

Mathematical Logic (graduate)

Originally put together for the UCLA Undergraduate Logic Summer School 2012, this evolved into a semesterlong graduate course material.

Set Theory and Forcing (graduate)

Typeset by Michael Schirle, these are Christian Rosendal's handwritten notes off of J.L. Krivine's Théorie des ensembles, which I followed when teaching Set Theory (Math 574, Spring 2018)
Short notes

Real Analysis (graduate)

Lebesgue differentiation [pdf]

Convergence in measure [pdf]

Cantor sets [pdf]

Bairemeasurable sets [pdf]

Basic Set Theory

An introduction to the basics of set theory for undergraduates (lectures and problems) [pdf]

The Cantor–Schröder–Bernstein theorem [pdf]

Descriptive set theorists too can omit types: a proof of the Omitting Types theorem using only basic descriptive set theory

Topics in Logic and Applications: a threeday course for advanced undergraduates

This is from a minicourse I taught at the Undergraduate Summer School within Thematic Program on Model Theory, University of Notre Dame, June 2016.