Let (X, ) be a pair. We study how the condition (X, ) causes surjectivity or birationality of the Albanese map and the Albanese morphism of (X, ) in both characteristic (X, ) and characteristic (X, ) . In particular in characteristic (X, ) we generalize Kawamata's result to the cases of log canonial pairs, and in characteristic (X, ) we generalize a result of Hacon-Patakfalvi to the cases of log pairs. Moreover we show that if (X, ) is a normal projective threefold in characteristic (X, ) , the coefficients of the components of (X, ) are (X, ) and (X, ) is semiample, then the Albanese morphism of (X, ) is surjective under reasonable assumptions on (X, ) and the singularities of the general fibers of the Albanese morphism. This is a positive characteristic analog in dimension 3 of a result of Zhang on a conjecture of Demailly-Peternell-Schneider.
We introduce the notions of strong local Torelli and T-class for polarized manifolds, and prove that strong local Torelli implies global Torelli theorem on the Torelli spaces for polarized manifolds in the T-class. We discuss many new examples of projective manifolds for which such global Torelli theorem holds. As applications we prove that, in these cases, a canonical completion of the Torelli space is a bounded pseudoconvex domain in complex Euclidean space, and show that generic Torelli implies global Torelli on moduli space with certain level structure.