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November 21, 2012

What's New

November 2012

Learn how students and faculty from across the academic spectrum are using Oxford Bibliographies for their research and in the classroom. At all levels, researchers agree that Oxford Bibliographies is an innovative solution to the problem of information overload in the digital age.

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New and Updated Articles

Oxford Bibliographies is regularly updated with new articles and additions to existing articles. This month, 71 new articles have been added and revised across the following subjects:

Anthropology
British and Irish Literature
Buddhism
Cinema and Media Studies
Classics
Communication
Criminology
Ecology

 

Hinduism
International Law
International Relations
Islamic Studies
Latin American Studies
Medieval Studies
Military History
Music

Philosophy
Political Science
Psychology
Public Health
Renaissance and Reformation
Social Work
Sociology
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.

Coming Soon

The Oxford Index, a free discovery service will enable users to search across Oxford’s digital academic offerings from a single point of entry and receive recommendations of the best related content, resulting in an enhanced research experience.

Learn more by visiting the Oxford Index site


Explore More Oxford Bibliographies

Visit the OUP Blog:

Immigration Policy Debates in the 2012 Election, by contributor to the forthcoming Oxford Bibliographies in Latino Studies, Louis Desipio.

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.

Buddhism or Buddhisms? Part 2: Richard Payne continues his discussion of the structure of Buddhism in relation to globalization and politics.


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Oxford User Research Program

The Oxford User Research Program is a longitudinal, global initiative assessing the way librarians, academics, and students discover, view, evaluate, and interact with content. The feedback from this program informs the development and improvement of Oxford Bibliographies to ensure a positive and valuable experience for users. If you are interested in learning more and how you can get involved in the Oxford User Research Program, please contact our Market Research Department.


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