Cohomology of Groups
As a second year graduate textbook, Cohomology of Groups introduces students to cohomology theory (involving a rich interplay between algebra and topology) with a minimum of prerequisites. No homological algebra is assumed beyond what is normally learned in a first course in algebraic topology. The basics of the subject are given (along with exercises) before the author discusses more specialized topics.
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Representations and Cohomology: Volume 2, Cohomology of Groups and Modules
D. J. Benson
Limited preview - 1998