"Edwin Muir and a story of Europe" byBritish and Irish Literature author Margery Palmer McCulloch, "Henry Wadsworth Longfellow on birds, poetry, and immigration" by American Literature author Christoph Irmscher, and "Looking for Toussaint Louverture" by Atlantic History author Philippe Girard are now available on the OUPblog.
"The critical role of race in John Cassavetes’ first film" by Cinema and Media Studies author James O’Brien, "Reflections on Freud, the first "wild analyst"" by Childhood Studies author Todd Dufresne, and "Fame, race, Nella Larsen. and Nella the Princess Knight" by American Literature author Dorothy Stringer are now available on the OUPblog.
"Revisiting Douglas Sirk’s A Time to Love and a Time to Die" by Cinema and Media Studies author Will Scheibel, "Fielding and fake news" by British and Irish Literature author Thomas Keymer, and "Brando, Obama, and The Brando" by Cinema and Media Studies author Krin Gabbard are now available on the OUPblog.
"Remembering Charlie Chaplin, citizen of the world" by Cinema and Media Studies author Donna Kornhaber, "Ellington’s A Drum Is a Woman turns 60" by Music author John Wriggle, and "Mary Wollstonecraft, our contemporary" by British and Irish Literature author Catherine Packham are now available on the OUPblog.
"Robert Penn Warren, Democracy and Poetry, and America after 2016" by American Literature author Joseph Millichap, "What would Margaret Oliphant have said about Trump and Brexit?" by Victorian Literature author Elisabeth Jay, and "Celebrating 100 years of Urie Bronfenbrenner" by Childhood Studies author Jonathan Tudge are now available on the OUPblog.
145 new and revised articles across 33 subject areas have been added to Oxford Bibliographies.
"The mountains are calling and we must act" by Environmental Science author Eve-Lyn S. Hinckley, "John Capgrave and a medieval view of scholarship as service" by Medieval Studies author Karen Winstead, and "The international protection of diplomatic and consular agents" by International Relations authors Sanderijn Duquet and Jan Wouters are now available on the OUPblog.
"French hovels, slave cabins, and the limits of Jefferson’s eyes" by Atlantic History author Maurizio Valsania, "23 treaties of Utrecht that changed European history forever" by International Relations authors Linda Frey and Marsha Frey, and "What if Peter Pan’s arch-enemy was a woman?" by Childhood Studies author Kirsten Stirling are now available on the OUPblog.
"The significance of the Russian Revolution for the 21st century" by International Relations author Michael Kort, "Reflections on the Teflon king, Charlemagne" by Military History author John France, and "César Chávez would oppose Trump’s border policies" by Latino Studies author Steven W. Bender are now available on the OUPblog.
A three-part blog post on Tennessee Williams by American Literature author John S. Bak subtitled "Self-portraits of the playwright as a young man", "Self-portraits of the playwright as a middle-aged man", and "Self-portraits of the playwright as an aging man" is now available on the OUPblog.