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beezle · 2019-05-14 · Original thread
Drawing Theories Apart is an excellent book on Feynman Diagrams. You don't have to be actively involved in nuclear or hep to understand but the material is not for the faint of heart and a decent background in those areas goes a long way.

https://www.amazon.com/Drawing-Theories-Apart-Dispersion-Dia...

pja · 2017-10-16 · Original thread
Nope, but a quick Google suggests that this paper:

“Spreading the Tools of Theory: Feynman Diagrams in the USA, Japan, and the Soviet Union” by David Kaiser, Kenji Ito and Karl Hall

http://web.mit.edu/dikaiser/www/Kaiser.SpreadingTools.pdf

must have been the original source research.

edit: Also, there’s a book (by one of the authors of that paper): “Drawing Theories Apart: The Dispersion Of Feynman Diagrams In Postwar Physics” https://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B002Y5W2X2

beezle · 2016-07-07 · Original thread
A good read on the historical development and use of Feynman diagrams is Drawing Theories Apart The Dispersion of Feynman Diagrams in Postwar Physics https://www.amazon.com/Drawing-Theories-Apart-Dispersion-Dia...

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