Sidney Coleman (1937–2007) earned his doctorate at Caltech under Murray Gell-Mann. Before completing his thesis, he was hired by Harvard and remained there his entire career. A celebrated particle theorist, he is perhaps best known for his brilliant lectures, given at Harvard and in a series of summer school courses at Erice, Sicily. Three times in the 1960s he taught a graduate course on Special and General Relativity; this book is based on lecture notes taken by three of his students and compiled by the Editors.
David Kaiser - Professor of Physics and the History of Science, Massachusetts Institute of Technology
A. Zee - Theoretical Physicist at University of California, Santa Barbara and the author of several books on physics, including Einstein Gravity in a Nutshell
Sean M. Carroll - California Institute of Technology
Howard Georgi - Mallinckrodt Professor of Physics, Harvard University
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