I'm looking for some resources, introductory material, books, websites, etc into the general results of riemann surface theory - I was told to investigate algebraic geometry (and possibly algebraic topology) and maybe also sheaf cohomology...(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

(I've been reading Knopp's Theory of Functions - but I was hoping for something more advanced, and modern also)

I was hoping for something that wouldn't assume too much prereq knowledge - approximately something along the lines of graduate-level complex analysis and algebra, and undergraduate level topology - but some extra self study is of course expected. :)

Any pointers? :) Thanks.

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# Algebraic geometry/topology - ramification - sheaf cohomology

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