Quantum electrodynamics/Bibliography

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A list of key readings about Quantum electrodynamics.
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  • Richard P. Feynman (2006). QED: the strange theory of light and matter, Princeton science library. Princeton University Press. ISBN 0691125759.  An introductory treatment in popular language presented first as the transcription by Ralph Leighton of the 1983 Alix G Mautner Memorial Lectures by Feynman at UCLA.
  • Paul AM Dirac (1966). Lectures on quantum field theory, Belfer Graduate School of Science Monograph Series Number 3. Academic Press.  A series of lectures presented by Dirac at Yeshiva University in 1963-1964 and transcribed by Daniel Wisnivesky. A departure from the usual Lagrangian approach to present matters from a Hamiltonian equations of motion viewpoint.