# Where can I find Hollowood's lecture notes on cutoffs and continuum limits?

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I'm trying to find a copy of Tim Hollowood's "Cutoffs & Continuum Limits: A Wilsonian Approach to Field Theory". These are unpublished lecture notes that I've seen dated to 1998 or so, and have been recommended to me as a good source for certain material.

It's worth noting that Hollowood later (circa 2008-2009) wrote the series of lecture "Six Lectures on QFT, RG, and SUSY". I'm obviously not qualified to comment on how much overlap or containment there is, but an answer from somebody knowledgeable along the lines of "everything in Cutoffs & Continuum Limits... is in Six Lectures..." would also suffice.

All my searches have turned up so far is a number of citations, often mentioning the notes as a useful reference, as well as some possibly-broken links. The notes themselves don't seem to be online anywhere, and Hollowood's personal website may not have been updated since the 90s.

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