*References cited in my blog can be found here. They will be listed alphabetically in the first section, then organized by subject in the second. Created on 2/8/2014, this may take a while to catch up with the blog.*

Atiyah, M., *Topological Quantum Field Theory, *Pub. Math. de L’H.E.S., 1988 175-186

Atiyah, M., *Introduction to Topological Quantum Field Theory*

Connes, A., *Noncommutative Geometry*, Academic Press

Gilmore, R. *Lie Groups, Physics and Geometry*

Kock, J., *Frobenius Algebras and 2D Topological Quantum Field Theory*

Mackey, G., *Mathematical Foundations of Quantum Mechanics*, Dover

Mac Lane, S., *Categories for the Working Mathematician*, Springer Verlag, GTM

Maggiore, M., *A Modern Introduction to Quantum Field Theory*, Oxford Press

McLarty, C., *Elementary Categories, Elementary Toposes*, Oxford U. Press

* *Olver, P., *Applications of Lie Groups to Differential Equations*, Springer Verlag GTM

**Category Theory**

Cheng, E., *Catsters*, Youtube Channel

Mac Lane, S., *Categories for the Working Mathematician*, Springer Verlag, GTM

McLarty, C., *Elementary Categories, Elementary Toposes*, Oxford U. Press

General Relativity

Hartle, J., *Gravity: An Introduction to Einsteins General Relativity*, Addison-Wesley

**Lie Theory & Group Theory**

Fulton, W., & Harris, J., *Representation Theory: A First Course*, Springer Verlag

Gilmore, R. *Lie Groups, Physics and Geometry*

Olver, P., *Applications of Lie Groups to Differential Equations*, Springer Verlag GTM

**Noncommutative Geometry**

Connes, A., *Noncommutative Geometry*, Academic Press

**Quantum Theory**

Ballentine, L., *Quantum Mechanics: A Modern Development*, World Scientific

Mackey, G., *Mathematical Foundations of Quantum Mechanics*, Dover

Maggiore, M., *A Modern Introduction to Quantum Field Theory*, Oxford Press

**Topological Quantum Field Theory**

Atiyah, M., *Topological Quantum Field Theory, *Pub. Math. de L’H.E.S., 1988 175-186

Atiyah, M., *Introduction to Topological Quantum Field Theory*

Kock, J., *Frobenius Algebras and 2D Topological Quantum Field Theory*

Not sure if this is the right place to put this, but there are a huge collection of lectures covering a wide range of theoretical physics at the Perimeter Institute’s website http://perimeterscholars.org/434.html There is enough here for the self-studier to get started on theory research, and they’re taught by some of the best in the field.

Thanks I’ll check that out!