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May 2018 Update Live

May 24, 2018

Oxford Bibliographies is regularly updated with new articles and additions to existing articles. This month, 49 new and 33 revised articles have been added across 29 subjects.

New Articles

African Studies

American Literature

Atlantic History

Cattle in the Atlantic World, Eva Botella Ordinas

Cinema and Media Studies

Judy Garland, Matthew Tinkcom

Classics

Ancient Skepticism, Richard Bett
Banking in the Roman World, Marta García Morcillo

Communication

Documentary and Communication, Caty Borum Chattoo
Harold Innis, William J. Buxton

Criminology

Alt-Right Gangs and White Power Youth Groups, Matthew Valasik, Shannon E. Reid
Arson, Rebekah Doley
Policing Cybercrime, Adam M. Bossler

Evolutionary Biology

Experimental Evolution, Mark A. Phillips, Michael R. Rose

Geography

Climate Literacy and Education, Lesley-Ann Dupigny-Giroux, Amanda Cole
Qualitative GIS, Jasmine Arpagian, Stuart Aitken

Hinduism

Radhasoami Tradition, Mark Juergensmeyer, David Christopher Lane

International Relations

Islamic Studies

Jewish Studies

Medieval Anti-Judaism, Merrall Llewelyn Price
Menachem Begin, Avi Shilon

Linguistics

Management

Workplace Commitment, Howard J. Klein, Bryce Linford

Military History

Special Operations Forces, Christopher J. Lamb, Fletcher Schoen

Philosophy

The Senses, Keith A. Wilson, Fiona Macpherson

Political Science

Voter Turnout Field Experiments, Christopher Larimer

Psychology

Performance Appraisal, Caitlin Sockbeson
Replication Initiatives in Psychology, Jennifer Bastart, Richard A. Klein, Hans IJzerman
Spatial Attention, Kyle R. Cave, Junha Chang

Renaissance and Reformation

Art and Science, Laurinda Dixon
Cesare Borgia, Stella Fletcher
Hans Baron, Craig Kallendorf

Social Work

Sociology

Cultural Classification and Codes, Vincent Yung, Wendy Espeland
Suburbanism, Brian J. Miller

Revised Articles

African Studies

Ethiopia, David H. Shinn
Mali, Susanna Wing
Mande, David C. Conrad, Stephen Belcher
Namibia, Chris Saunders
São Tomé and Príncipe, Gerhard Seibert
Southern Africa to c. 1850, John Wright, Simon Hall, Amanda Esterhuysen

American Literature

John Edgar Wideman, Keith Byerman

British and Irish Literature

Sir Walter Ralegh (Raleigh), Carlo M. Bajetta

Chinese Studies

Chiang Kai-shek, Jeremy E. Taylor
Macroregions, Mark Henderson
Traditional Historiography, Johannes L. Kurz

Education

College Athletics, John R. Thelin

Evolutionary Biology

Creationism, Michael Ruse

Islamic Studies

Yusuf al-Qaradawi, Jeffry R. Halverson

Latin American Studies

The Bourbon Reforms, Kenneth J. Andrien
The Cuban Revolution, Louis A. Pérez Jr.

Latino Studies

Dolores Huerta, Steven W. Bender

Medieval Studies

Philosophy

Philosophy of Psychology, José Luis Bermúdez, Brandon Towl

Political Science

Public Health

Culture and Public Health, Juliet McMullin

Renaissance and Reformation

Baroque, Anne H. Muraoka
Dance, Jennifer Nevile
Nicolaus Copernicus, André Goddu

Social Work

Disasters, Ted Bober

Sociology

Children, Toby L. Parcel
Education Policy in the United States, Lindsey Young, Justina Judy Spicer, Barbara Schneider

 

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