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June 30, 2011

June 2011 Update

 

New Subject Areas

Oxford is pleased to introduce Music to Oxford Bibliographies set to launch at the end of June. And we are happy to announce that Oxford Bibliographies: Geography has been added for release in 2012. For more information on available and forthcoming subject areas, visit the subject area page for a complete list of available and forthcoming subjects.


New Articles This update also brings you more than 115 new articles across eight subject areas:

 


Atlantic History:

Leslie Choquette
Assumption College
Tony Webster
Liverpool John Moores University
Tony Webster
Liverpool John Moores University
Ann Plane
University of California, Santa Barbara
Michael Guasco
Davidson College
Liam Riordan
University of Maine
Albane Forestier
McGill University
Sean McEnroe
Oakland University
Kris Lane
College of William & Mary
Trevor Burnard
National Humanities Center


Classics:

Helen Van Noorden
Girton College
Mark Joyal
University of Manitoba
Ingrid Edlund-Berry
University of Texas
P. Gregory Warden
Southern Methodist University
Inmaculada Perez Martin
Centro de Ciencias Humanas y Sociales
Sara Saba
Deutsches Archaologisches Institut
Gil Renberg
Independent Scholar
Joel Lidov
City University of New York
Fernando Echeverria Rey
University College of London
Ruth Scodel
University of Michigan
Christopher G. Brown
University of Western Ontario
Carol Mattusch
George Mason University
Graham Zanker
University of Canterbury, Christchurch, New Zealand
Andrew Faulkner
University of Waterloo
Jay Fisher
Yale University
Gordon Campbell
NUI Maynooth
Miltiades Hatzopoulos
National Hellenic Research Foundation
R. Scott Smith
University of New Hampshire
Rodney Ast
Institut f. Papyrologie
William Hutton
College of William & Mary
Christopher A. Gregg
George Mason University
Hans-Christian Guenther
Albert-Ludwigs-Universitat Freiburg
David Potter
University of Michigan
M.C. Bishop
Susanna Braund
University of British Columbia
Lukas Thommen
University of Zurich
David Wardle
University of Capetown
Susanna Braund
University of British Columbia
Jeffrey M. Hurwit
University of Oregon


Criminology:

Robert Parker
University of California
Kevin McCaffree
University of California
Jack Greene
Northeastern University
Mark Cohen
Resources for the Future
John Kleinig
John Jay College, CUNY
Elizabeth Loftus
University of California, Irvine
Marc Riedel
Southeastern Louisiana University
Amy Farrell
Northeastern University
Travis Pratt
Arizona State University
Volkan Topalli
Georgia State University
Natasha A. Frost
Northeastern University
Carlos Monteiro
Northeastern University


Islamic Studies:

Moojan Momen
Omid Ghaemmaghami
University of Toronto
Suleiman A. Mourad
Smith College
Gillian Vogelsang-Eastwood
Textile Research Centre, the Netherlands
Hussam Timani
Christopher Newport University
Francis Robinson
Royal Holloway, University of London
Arzina Lalani
The Institute of Ismaili Studies
Diana Steigerwald
California State University of Long Beach
Diana Steigerwald
California State University of Long Beach
Martin Custers
Maastricht, The Netherlands
Yousef Meri
University of Cambridge
Michael Leezenberg
University of Amsterdam
Daniel A. Madigan
Georgetown University
Diego R. Sarrio
Georgetown University
Janis Eshots
University of Latvia
William Ochsenwald
Virginia Tech
Ismail Poonawala
University of California, Los Angeles
Marcia Hermansen
Loyola University Chicago
John O. Voll
Georgetown University
Aaron W. Hughes
SUNY Buffalo
Brannon Wheeler
US Naval Academy
Sukidi
Harvard University
Mustansir Mir
Youngstown State University
Karen Ruffle
University of Toronto at Mississauga
Ibrahim Kalin
Georgetown University
Marion Boulby
Trent University
Karen Ruffle
University of Toronto at Mississauga
Maha Elkaisy-Friemuth
University of Leu
Saad Khan
Central Superior Services (CSS), Government of Pakistan
Nader Entessar
University of South Alabama
Zeki Saritoprak
John Carroll University
SherAli Tareen
Duke
Nikki Keddie
University of California, Los Angeles
Ahmed el Shamsy
University of Chicago
Gurdofarid Miskinzoda
Institute of Ismaili Studies
Yohanan Friedmann
The Hebrew University
Abdulhadi Alajmi
Kuwait University College of Arts
Andrew J Newman
The University of Edinburgh
Jeffry Halverson
Arizona State University
Daniel Peterson
Brigham Young University


Philosophy:

Adrian Haddock
University of Stirling
Robert Young
LaTrobe University
Jussi Suikkanen
University of Birmingham


Public Health:

Maria Isabel Loureiro
National School of Public Health, New University of Lisbon


Renaissance and Reformation:

William J. Kennedy
Cornell University


Social Work:

Rowena Fong
University of Texas at Austin
Nadira Sharif
Social Care Institute for Excellence
Robert Plotnick
University of Washington
Jill Duerr Berrick
University of California, Berkeley
Ted Bober
Ontario Medical Association
Haluk Soydan
University of Southern California School of Social Work
Sarah Gehlert
University of Chicago
P. Nelson Reid
University of North Carolina Wilmington
Peter A. Newman
University of Toronto
Rowena Fong
University of Texas at Austin
Cheryl Regehr
University of Toronto
Robert J. MacFadden
University of Toronto
Elizabeth Ann Danto
City University of New York
Mary Ellen Kondrat
University of Kansas
Elizabeth Ann Danto
City University of New York
Sophia F. Dziegielewski
University of Cincinnati
George Jacinto
Arkansas State University
Sophia F. Dziegielewski
University of Cincinnati
James Drisko
Smith College
Cheryl Regehr
University of Toronto
Michael Reisch
University of Maryland, Baltimore
Allan E. Barsky
Florida Atlantic University
Jacqueline Corcoran
Virginia Commonwealth University
Kenneth R. Yeager
The Ohio State University
Sarah Gehlert
University of Chicago
James Drisko
Smith College
Rowena Fong
University of Texas at Austin
Jacqueline Corcoran
Virginia Commonwealth University

June Conferences

Stop by the Oxford booth for live demos and more information:

Institute Of Early American Historians/Omohundro, June 17-19, 2011, New Paltz, NY
Society For Historians Of American Foreign Relations, June 23-25, 2011, Alexandria, VA
American Library Association, June 23-28, 2011, New Orleans, LA

 

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