
Quantum Field Theory and the Standard Model is new textbook from Cambridge University Press, covering the foundations and methods of modern particle physics.

Matthew D. Schwartz is an Associate Professor of Physics at Harvard University.
Now published in the US and Europe. 
Part I:
Quantum Field Theory 1. Microscopic theory of radiation
2. Lorentz invariance and second quantization 3. Classical field theory 4. Oldfashioned perturbation theory 5. Cross sections and decay rates 6. The SMatrix and timeordered products 7. Feynman rules 
Part II:
Quantum Electrodyanmics 8. Spin 1 and gauge invariance
9. Scalar quantum electrodynamics 10. Spinors 11. Spinor solutions and CPT 12. Spin and Statistics 13. Quantum electrodynamics 14. Path integrals 
Part III:
Renormalization 15. The Casimir effect
16. Vacuum polarization 17. The anomalous magnetic moment 18. Mass renormalization 19 Renormalized perturbation theory 20. Infrared divergences 21. Renormalizability 22. Nonrenormalizable theories 23. The renormalization group 24. Implications of unitarity 
Part IV:
The Standard Model 25. YangMills theory
26. Quantum YangMills theory 27. Gluon scattering and the spinorhelicity formalism 28. Spontaneous symmetry breaking 29. Weak interactions 30. Anomalies 31. Precision tests of the Standard Model 32. Quantum chromodynamics and the parton model 
Part V:
Advanced Topics 33. Effective actions and Schwinger proper time
34. Background fields 35. Heavyquark physics 36. Jets and effective theory 