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July 30, 2012

What's New

July 2012

New and Updated Articles

Oxford Bibliographies is regularly updated with new articles and additions to existing articles. This month, 54 new articles have been added and revised across  the following subjects:

 

Atlantic History
Cinema and Media Studies
Classics
Communication
Criminology

 

Hinduism
International Relations
Islamic Studies
Medieval Studies
Military History

 

Philosophy
Psychology
Public Health
Renaissance and Reformation
Social Work
Victorian Literature

 

To learn more about the Oxford Bibliographies update program, including the peer-review process and the annual review of articles, please visit the Updating Program page.


Digital Media

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The Sleeping Giant Wakes by the Editor in Chief of Oxford Bibliographies: International Relations, David Armstrong, on the resurgence of China's economy in the 21st century.

Buddhism or Buddhisms? Part 1 by the Editor in Chief of Oxford Bibliographies: Buddhism, Richard Payne, on the effect of geo-politics on the structure of the Buddhist religion around the world.

View a lively discussion with Editor in Chief of Oxford Bibliographies in Cinema and Media Studies Krin Gabbard, as he disscusses his involvement with the project and the importance of Oxford Bibliographies to students and researchers worldwide.

 


 

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