Featured Content: A Visual Bibliography of World War One
In honor of the Great War, we have created this interactive map of critical moments, battles, people, technology, and other elements that defined the spirit of the times across continents. Explore the trenches, frontlines, and troop movements while gaining scholarly insights into this crucial period – from the outbreak of War to its conclusion and lasting effects.
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Featured Subject: Victorian Literature
Editor in Chief: Juliet John
The Victorian period is often regarded as a high point in literary history, generating a wealth of material still regarded as canonical and a diverse range of literary genres. Encompassing Queen Victoria’s reign, this period produced prominent authors such as Charles Dickens, the Brontë sisters, and Oscar Wilde, and witnessed a huge expansion in the literary market.
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Featured Subject: Military History
Editor in Chief: Dennis Showalter
Military history studies have evolved into a multidisciplinary effort, going beyond the history of military operations to consider broader political, cultural, and social questions. It spans across genres such as sociology and political science, biography, war and battle narratives, the history of technology, foreign affairs and international relations, and national histories.
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Featured Subject: Criminology
Editor in Chief: Richard Wright
As a discipline which examines crime as a social phenomenon, criminology is a constantly changing and expanding field. Because of its broad, interdisciplinary nature, a vast amount of scholarship and research already exists in addition to a regular influx of new research and material.
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