- By David Gibson, author in Ecology:
Ecology, the study of organisms and their interactions with the environment, stands as a discipline on the shoulders of its pioneering scientists. Scholarly interest in ecology thrives by acknowledging the accomplishments and groundbreaking insights of these famous ecologists.
Oxford Bibliographies are uniquely positioned to direct the research that students carry out to prepare for policy debates, forensic speech, and other debate formats. Because Oxford Bibliographies offer exclusive, authoritative research guides across a variety of subject areas, students using this resource are likely to find bibliographic essays on whatever topic they seek.
- By Craig Kallendorf, author in Renaissance and Reformation
Italian humanism, the defining movement of the Renaissance, was a system of learning that produced a cultural renewal in Europe through the study and adoption of ancient Greco-Roman culture. Scholarly interest in the work of both major and minor Italian humanists has been a cornerstone of Renaissance studies and continues to thrive.