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Maurice7510
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I'm currently doing my thesis in QG and there's a distinct gap between where QFT and GR left off and QG begins, and as I'm sure most of you know, in a thesis you're sort of just thrown right into the deep end. As such, I was hoping someone could recommend a decent textbook that gives a solid introduction to topics in QG at a graduate level, ie. I'm not afraid to get my hands dirty with the math. I should note, the QG I'm looking at is not string theory, and while I realize ST is a quantum theory of gravity, it is not the one I'm looking at. So books like Polchinski and GSW may not be totally helpful unless they have non string related sections.
Thanks in advance
Thanks in advance