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I would like to know if there are any online collections of lecture videos on QCD or non-Abelian QFT at a graduate level (at the level of volume 2 of Weinberg's QFT books?)

For example: In String Theory I think this one by Shiraz is a great (only?) online resource -

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I will include the reference in the PSE-big_list, and thanks! – Helder Velez Aug 11 '11 at 17:00
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Physics 253: Quantum Field Theory Lectures by Sidney R. Coleman. Recorded in 1975-1976.

It is rare that you can find on such advanced topics whole-semester courses that are video recorded, with the exception to Coleman's and Minwalla's lectures. What is usually available are at most 5 video lectures per topic that were given at different summer schools. Here is an example:

QCD for Postgraduates, from CERN documet server, by Giulia Zanderighi, 2010

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Thanks for the second link. Never knew of that. – user6818 Aug 14 '11 at 19:36

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