What's new: February 2019?

February 25, 2019

Oxford Bibliographies is regularly updated with new articles and additions to existing articles. This month, 107 new and 47 revised articles have been added across 36 subjects:

New Articles

African American Studies

Scottsboro Trials, Eric S. Yellin
Whiteness, Melissa Stein

African Studies

Hausa, Benedetta Rossi
Wole Soyinka, Alain Ricard

American Literature

Edith Wharton, Gary Totten
Kim Stanley Robinson, Gerry Canavan

Anthropology

Bureaucracy, Colin Hoag
Cyber-Archaeology, Maurizio Forte, Nevio Danelon
Race, Ryan Cecil Jobson

Biblical Studies

Cities of Refuge, John R. Spencer
Jerusalem, Dan Pioske

British and Irish Literature

John Ruskin, Stephen Wildman

Buddhism

Childhood Studies

Growing Up with HIV/AIDS, Stephanie Shiau, Lindsey Reif

Chinese Studies

Ancestor Worship, Ori Tavor

Cinema and Media Studies

The Coen Brothers, Jeffrey Adams

Classics

Eratosthenes of Cyrene, P. J. Finglass
Nonnus, Gianfranco Agosti

Communication

Narrative Engagement, Rick Busselle, Nathan Cutietta
Product Placement, Siva K. Balasubramanian, Deepa Pillai, Hemant Patwardhan, Tianyu Zhao
Virtual Reality and Communication, David Markowitz, Jeremy Bailenson

Criminology

Bystander Intervention, David F. Urschler, Peter Fischer
Drug Courts, Richard Boldt, James L. Nolan
Sentencing Enhancements, Traci Schlesinger

Ecology

Rewilding, Meredith Root-Bernstein
Spatial Scale and Biodiversity, Daniel J. McGlinn, Michael W. Palmer

Education

Doctoral Education and Training, Christian Schneijderberg
Learning Strategies, Michael C. W. Yip
Standards-Based Education, Fadia Nasser-Abu Alhija

Environmental Science

Natural Fluvial Ecohydraulics, Gregory B. Pasternak

Evolutionary Biology

History of Evolutionary Thought Since 1930, Roberta Millstein, Michael Dietrich, Robert A. Skipper Jr.

Geography

Geography of Food, Catarina Passidomo, Jeffrey Miller
Urban Political Ecology, Natasha Cornea

Hinduism

Andhra Pradesh, Lavanya Vemsani
Bal Gangadhar Tilak, Sukeshi Kamra
Rabindranath Tagore, Victor van Bijlert, Imre Bangha

International Relations

Digital Diplomacy, Marcus Holmes
Foreign Policy of Non-democratic Regimes, Randolph M. Siverson, Malcolm Easton
Indigenous Rights, Sarah Sargent
Transnational Law, Philip Liste

Islamic Studies

Ottoman Women, Selma Zecevic

Jewish Studies

Minority Literatures in Israel, Adia Mendelson-Maoz
Shmuel Yosef Agnon, Roman Katsman, Benjamin Frankel

Latin American Studies

Mexican Nationalism, Anne Rubenstein, Kevin Chrisman

Latino Studies

Linguistics

Sentence Processing in Monolingual and Bilingual Speakers, Paola E. Dussias, Anne L. Beatty-Martínez, Michael A. Johns, Manuel F. Pulido

Literary and Critical Theory

John Crowe Ransom, Patrick Kieran Quinlan

Management

Alternative Work Arrangements, Lindsey D. Cameron, Lyndon Garrett, Gretchen Spreitzer
Compensation, Rewards, Remuneration, Xiang Zhou, Jason D. Shaw
Conditional Reasoning, James M. LeBreton
Sensemaking in and around Organizations, Lee Watkiss, Jungsoo Ahn

Medieval Studies

Brunetto Latino, Julia Bolton Holloway

Military History

Sailing Warships, Andrew Lambert
US Army, Bartosz Kruszyński

Music

Albert Roussel, Brian Hart
Disability and Music, Neil Lerner, Blake Howe
Music of Puerto Rico, Marysol Quevedo
Muzio Clementi, Luca Lévi Sala
Tonality, Thomas Christensen

Philosophy

Legal Epistemology, Georgi Gardiner
Philippa Foot, Evgenia Mylonaki
Social Identity, Mari Mikkola

Political Science

Brazilian Foreign Policy, Antônio Carlos Lessa, Niels Søndergaard
Brexit, British Politics, and European Integration, Matthias Matthijs, Christina Toenshoff

Psychology

Metamemory, Matthew G. Rhodes
Mindfulness and Education, Katherine Weare, Felicia Huppert
Work Well-Being, Annabelle Roberts, Ed O'Brien

Public Health

Renaissance and Reformation

Francesco Sforza, Christine Shaw
George of Trebizond, John Monfasani
Moderata Fonte, Suzanne Magnanini
The Sack of Rome (1527), Jessica Goethals

Social Work

Justice and Home Affairs in the European Union, Florian Trauner, Ariadna Ripoll Servent

Sociology

Collective Memory, Christina Simko
 

Revised Articles

African Studies

Gambia, Assan Sarr, Donald R. Wright
Genocide in Rwanda, Susan Thomson

American Literature

John Smith, William Boelhower
William Bradford, David T. Read

Biblical Studies

Angels, Joseph Angel, Matthew Walsh
Ezekiel, Jacqueline Lapsley, Safwat Marzouk
Proverbs, Timothy J. Sandoval, Joseph McDonald
Psalms, Stephen Breck Reid, Rebecca Poe Hays

British and Irish Literature

Andrew Marvell, Stewart Mottram
Celtic and Irish Revival, Michael McAteer
Oliver Goldsmith, Michael Griffin

Childhood Studies

Anthropology of Childhood, Heather Montgomery
Young Carers, Agnes Leu, Saul Becker

Classics

Emotions, Pia Campeggiani, David Konstan
Homer, R.B. Rutherford
Philodemus of Gadara, Holger Essler
Sappho, Dimitrios Yatromanolakis
Seneca the Elder, Stefan Feddern

Criminology

Religion and Crime, Sung Joon Jang
Sex Offender Policies and Legislation, Kelly M. Socia, Rimonda R. Maroun

Evolutionary Biology

Tetrapod Evolution, Michel Laurin

Geography

Space-Time GIS, May Yuan

International Relations

20th Century Genocides, Simon Payaslian
Battle, Cathal Nolan
Industrialization, William J. Ashworth
War, Cathal Nolan

Jewish Studies

Gershom Scholem, David Biale
Hasidism, David Biale
Jewish Languages, Sarah Bunin Benor

Latin American Studies

Science Fiction Film, Alfredo Luiz Suppia

Management

Passion, Sara Thorgren, Melissa S. Cardon, Charles Y. Murnieks

Music

Giovanni Gabrieli, David Bryant

Philosophy

Decision Theory, Paul Weirich
Nonexistent Objects, Jody Azzouni
Paul Feyerabend, John Preston
Pyrrhonism, Diego E. Machuca
Wilfrid Sellars, Michael P. Wolf, Jeremy Randel Koons

Political Science

Canadian Foreign Policy, Adam Chapnick, Jean-Christophe Boucher

Sociology

Fascism, Marit A. Berntson

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