This is intended as a list of introductory, easy to read articles.
A good review of Two-Photon Interactions in Nucleus-Nucleus Collisions.
Contains a review of QCD physics and diffractive interactions at LHC, including a long section on two-photon physics.
Discusses many electromagnetic processes, including two-photons, disassociation, and electron capture.
Two-photon luminosity calculation.
Luminosity calculations with a careful treatment of nuclear excitation.
Another good luminosity calculation.
A discussion of QED with strong fields and the importance of higher order processes in production of e+e- pairs.
Presentation of a physics program at LHC.
Excellent general review, stressing a variety of physics topics.
Review of semi-recent work.
A nice review, but more calculationally oriented.
Evidence in favor of the glueball interpretation by lack of detection via gamma gamma.
CLEO measurement of \chi_{c2} gamma gamma coupling. Interesting discussion of angular effects.
Long, detailed article discussing many analysis techniques.
Calculation of cross sections and rates for Vector Meson production in Nucleus-Nucleus collisions.
A nice book which summarizes the results on Vector Meson production at HERA.
Another book dealing with photon-hadron interactions. Somewhat old, but still well worth reading.
Excellent introduction & review.
Calculation of cross sections for meson production via Pomeron-Pomeron interactions in Nucleus-Nucleus Collisions.
Calculation of double-Pomeron interaction rate. Uses a Gaussian form factor, which may underestimate scaling with A.
A recent book about the Pomeron and how it can be understood in terms of QCD. Quite theoretical.
An amazing observation that it is possible separate quark and gluon final states on the basis of p_{T}. The statistics are very convincing, but theoretical justification is in short supply. This may have important implications for our work at RHIC.
Both papers discuss how to measure the gluon momentum distribution in photonuclear interactions.