**7.11. Tell me More**

For a well-written historical (non-mathematical) review of inflation see
Guth (1997).
For a detailed mathematical description of inflation see
Liddle and Lyth (2000).
For a concise mathematical summary of cosmology for graduate students see
Wright (2003).
Three authoritative texts on cosmology that include inflation and the
CMB are `Cosmology' by P. Coles and F. Lucchin,
`Physical Cosmology' by P. J. E. Peebles and
`Cosmological Physics' by J. Peacock.

### Acknowledgments

I thank Mathew Colless for inviting me to give these five lectures to such
an appreciative audience.
I thank John Ellis for useful discussions as we bushwhacked in the gloaming.
I thank Tamara Davis for Figs. 1,
4 &
5.
I thank Roberto dePropris for preparing
Fig. 7.
I thank Louise Griffiths for producing
Fig. 10 and Patrick Leung
for producing Figs. 12 &
13.
The HEALPix package
(Górski, Hivon and Wandelt 1999)
was used to prepare these maps.
I acknowledge a Research Fellowship from the Australian Research Council.