M. Srednicki, __Quantum Field
Theory__

T.-P. Cheng and L.-F. Li, Gauge theory of elementary particle physics (on reserve)

H.
Georgi, Weak
interactions and modern particle theory (on reserve)

G.G. Ross, Grand unified theories (also some
SUSY)

P. Ramond, Field theory, a modern primer

S. Weinberg, Quantum theory of fields

S. Weinberg, Quantum theory of fields

Cheng and Li, Georgi, Srednicki

Basics: Cheng and Li, Srednicki

Longitudinal W scattering: Chanowitz (2004) and references therein.

EW chiral lagrangian: Appelquist-Wu.

Higgs model: see Srednicki or many others. (For one review with more discussion of partial wave unitarity, and phenomenology, see Reina (2004); for more recent phenomenology see Altarelli (2006).)

Longitudinal W scattering: Chanowitz (2004) and references therein.

EW chiral lagrangian: Appelquist-Wu.

Higgs model: see Srednicki or many others. (For one review with more discussion of partial wave unitarity, and phenomenology, see Reina (2004); for more recent phenomenology see Altarelli (2006).)

Basics: Srednicki. More details,
data, and models: Mohapatra
and Smirnov (2006).

Chivukula (2000); Lane (2002)

Little Higgs: review and a toy model Schmaltz 2002; littlest Higgs Arkani-Hamed, Cohen, Katz, and Nelson.

Little Higgs: review and a toy model Schmaltz 2002; littlest Higgs Arkani-Hamed, Cohen, Katz, and Nelson.

Appelquist and Wu; Peskin and
Schroeder, An introduction to
quantum field theory, ch 21.3; Rattazzi (2006).

Basics: there are many books on
supersymmetry and supergravity. Wess and Bagger is still a
standard. More recent developments, applying powerful holomorphy
techniques, appear in Terning, Modern
Supersymmetry: Dynamics and Duality.

MSSM; breaking: again, there are many references, one is Dine, Supersymmetry and string theory. A good reference for breaking is also Luty (2005).

MSSM; breaking: again, there are many references, one is Dine, Supersymmetry and string theory. A good reference for breaking is also Luty (2005).

Books include Ross and Dine (above);
briefer reviews are Witten, "Grand unification with and without
supersymmetry," and Raby
(2006).

For one brief introduction to TeV-scale
gravity and black hole production, see Giddings (2001).