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Developed cooperatively with scholars and librarians worldwide, Oxford Bibliographies offers exclusive, authoritative research guides across a variety of subject areas. Combining the best features of an annotated bibliography and a high-level encyclopedia, this cutting-edge resource directs researchers to the best available scholarship across a wide variety of subjects.
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Browse our selection of curated spotlight pages spanning various disciplines and Oxford Bibliographies modules. These pages provide a unique gateway to topical research areas and showcase the benefit of using selections from multiple modules as an interdisciplinary research tool.
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Introducing Urban Studies
Led by Editor-in-chief, Richardson Dilworth,Urban studies is a broad, interdisciplinary field of study that includes subfields not only in most of the major social sciences, but also in the humanities, and in more technical fields such as architecture, planning, engineering, environmental science, and legal studies. Discover Oxford Bibliographies' brand new subject, Urban Studies, featuring 45 new articles."
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Introducing Architecture Planning and Preservation
Led by Editor in Chief, Kevin D. Murphy, Architecture, Planning, and Preservation uncovers a wealth of sources for the study of the built environment while also providing essential guidance in navigating the wide range of material, both print and online. Built on the comprehensive knowledge and professional expertise of its authors, uncover Oxford Bibliographies' new subject, Architecture, Planning, and Preservation.
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Spotlight: Iranian and Persian Studies
This page, curated by Abbas Aghdassi, features a select group of annotated bibliographies from existing subject areas in Oxford Bibliographies that address key topics in Iranian and Persian Studies.
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