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I have now finished University where I took an advanced quantum mechanics module in my final undergraduate year. Having left I was quite surprised to find out that this is infact only a grounding in the subject and I would like to know more. I have covered operators and the Hamiltonian and perturbation theory but am looking for somewhere to learn more about QFT ideally. I love the Leonard Susskind lectures on youtube/itunes and was wondering if there might be any similar resources I could use to teach myself more. Also any suggestions of books that are good to work with would be much appreciated.

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# How do I move from QM to QFT and beyond?

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