April 2011


April 29, 2011

April 2011 Update


New Subject Areas Oxford is pleased to introduce Communication, International Relations, Public Health, and Victorian Literature to Oxford Bibliographies. For more information on available and forthcoming subject areas, visit

New Articles This update also brings you more than 50 new articles across eight subject areas:

Atlantic History:

Ty M. Reese
The University of North Dakota
Kenneth Morgan
Brunel University
David S. Jones
Harvard University
Jane Landers
Vanderbilt University
John M. Monteiro
Instituto de Filosofia e Ciências Humanas
Christopher Hodson
Brigham Young University


Joseph Roisman
Colby College
Stephen Harrison
Corpus Christi College, Oxford University
Alexandra Carpino
Northern Arizona University
Carol C. Mattusch
George Mason University
A.A. Donohue
Bryn Mawr College
Kathleen M. Coleman
Harvard University
Katharina Volk
Columbia University
Abram Ring
Franklin & Marshall College
Theresa Urbainczyk
University College Dublin


Bradley Campbell
California State University, Los Angeles
Ojmarrh Mitchell
University of South Florida
Fawn T. Ngo
University of South Florida
Robert J. Fornango
Arizona State University
Richard Ward
University of New Haven
Shawn D. Bushway
University at Albany, SUNY
Brian Forst
American University
Janet Stamatel
University at Albany, SUNY
Robert J. Norris
University at Albany, SUNY
Rosemary Gartner
University of Toronto
Jukka Savolainen
University of Nebraska - Omaha
Robert Crutchfield
University of Washington
Randy Gainey
Old Dominion University
Ray Surette
University of Central Florida
Nerea Marteache
Rutgers School of Criminal Justice
Gary Cordner
Kutztown University
Eric J. Miller
Saint Louis University
Melissa Ditmore
Independent Scholar
Richard S. Frase
University of Minnesota
Patricia Y. Warren
Florida State University
Janet Lauritsen
University of Missouri-St. Louis
Trevor Bennett
University of Glamorgan
Brian D. Johnson
University of Maryland
Martha J. Smith
Wichita State University
David Eitle
Montana State University
Robert Agnew
Emory University


Danielle Feller
Université de Lausanne
Frederick M. Smith
University of Iowa
Laurie Patton
Emory University

Islamic Studies:

Walter Denny
University of Massachusetts, Amherst
Ayman Shihadeh
University of London
SherAli Tareen
Duke University
Oliver Leaman
University of Kentucky
Alparslan Açıkgenç
Fatih Üniversitesi
Chrystie Flournoy Swiney
Georgetown University
Oliver Leaman
University of Kentucky
Oliver Leaman
University of Kentucky
Andrew J Newman
University of Edinburgh
Gerald Hawting
University of London
Marcia Hermansen
Loyola University Chicago
Marcia Hermansen
Loyola University Chicago


Steven Luper
Trinity University
Agustin Vicente
University of Valladolid

Renaissance and Reformation:

Craig Kallendorf
Texas A&M University
Craig Kallendorf
Texas A&M University
Catharine Randall
Fordham University

Social Work:

Lisa Rapp-Paglicci
University of South Florida
Jill Duerr Berrick
University of California, Berkeley
Joanna C. Rankin
York University
Marcia H Rioux
York University
Ivan Brown
University of Toronto
Michael Saini
University of Toronto
Toni Naccarato
University at Albany, SUNY
Katharine H. Briar-Lawson
University at Albany, SUNY
Brian D. Roland
University at Albany, SUNY
Jennifer Bellamy
University of Chicago
Mirja Satka
University of Jyväskylä
Caroline Skehill
Queen's University, Belfast
Mark R. Rank
Washington University in St. Louis
Donna Hardina
California State University, Fresno
Michael Reisch
University of Maryland
Karun K. Singh
Columbia University
Michael Saini
University of Toronto

Spring Conferences Stop by the Oxford booth for live demos and more information: Conference On College Composition And Communication, April 6-9, 2011, Atlanta, GA Texas Library Association, April 12-15, 2011, Austin, TX American Association Of Physical Anthropologists, April 13-16, 2011, Minneapolis, MN American Philosophical Association-Pacific, April 20-23, 2011, San Diego, CA International Congress On Medieval Studies, May 12-15, 2011, Kalamazoo, MI Canadian Library Association, May 25-28, 2011, Halifax, NS


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Previous Updates The March 2011 update introduced Communication, International Relations, Public Health, and Victorian Literature to Oxford Bibliographies. The February 2011 update introduced Hindusim to OBO. The December 2010 update introduced Medieval Studies to OBO.