This is a set of lecture notes used for my second semester graduate course in Electrodynamics (Physics 319) at Duke. They are generally used by students as a supplement to J. D. Jackson's Electrodynamics text. However, the notes can also stand alone for students interested in learning advanced classical electrodynamics, or supplement other texts.
It is presumed that students have completed a one semester graduate level (or advanced undergrad) course in E&M through Maxwell's equations (e.g. Jackson's chapter 6) or thereabouts. Eventually I'll extend these notes to cover both semesters in an integrated way and will at the same time make them considerably more independent as a textbook.
Note Well! These notes are actively in use and contain errors great and small. Let the potential buyer be warned - you get the current (and quite cheap by textbook standards) snapshot, no money back guarantee!
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