June 25, 2013
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New and Updated Articles
Oxford Bibliographies is regularly updated with new articles and additions to existing articles. This month, 119 new articles have been added and revised across the following subjects. New articles this month are noted by an *asterisk under Articles and Contributors on each subject page.
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Introducing the Oxford Index
The Oxford Index Underbar is now available on each page of Oxford Bibliographies. The Oxford Index Underbar is a free search and discovery service, which shows links to related content from all Oxford University Press online content (journal articles, scholarly monographs, reference content, primary sources, etc.).
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- The April 2013 update included the addition of Chinese Studies to Oxford Bibliographies. In addition, this update included 177 new and revised articles across 26 subjects.
- The March 2013 update included the addition of Geography and Latino Studies to Oxford Bibliographies as well as the addition of 245 new and revised articles across 27 subjects.
- The January 2013 update included the addition of Management to Oxford Bibliographies as well as 101 new articles across 12 subjects.
- The December 2012 update included the addition of the Oxford Index to Oxford Bibliographies as well as 53 new articles across 13 subjects.
- The November 2012 updated included 71 new and revised articles across 24 subjects. It also included the user videos featuring professors and students.
- The October 2012 update introduced Oxford Bibliographies in African Studies and included 34 new and revised articles across 18 subjects.
- The September 2012 update introduced Oxford Bibliographies in British and Irish Literature and included 13 new and revised articles across 10 subjects.
- The August 2012 update introduced Oxford Bibliographies in American Literature and Jewish Studies and included 50 new and revised articles across 17 subjects.
- The July 2012 update introduced 54 new and revised articles across 16 subjects.
- The June 2012 update introduced 106 new and revised articles across 16 subjects.
- The May 2012update introduced Ecology to Oxford Bibliographies along with new and revised articles across 13 subjects.
- The March 2012update introduced Childhood Studies and International Law to Oxford Bibliographies
- The February 2012 updated introduced Military History to Oxford Bibliographies
- The January 2012 update introduced several user-driven enhancements as well as Education to Oxford Bibliographies
- The December 2011 update introduced Education to Oxford Bibliographies
- The November 2011 update introduced Cinema and Media Studies, Latin American Studies, and Linguistics to Oxford Bibliographies.
- The September 2011 update introduced 75 new articles to Oxford Bibliographies across seven subject areas and the announcement of the launch of Oxford Bibliographies: Latino Studies.
- The July 2011 update introduced 91 new articles to Oxford Bibliographies across eight subject areas and the announcement of the launch of Oxford Bibliographies: Sociology.
- The June 2011 update introduced 115 new articles to Oxford Bibliographies across eight subject areas and the announcement of the new Geography module.
- The April 2011 update introduced more than 50 new articles to Oxford Bibliographies across eight subject areas.
- The March 2011 update introduced Communication, International Relations, Public Health, and Victorian Literature to Oxford Bibliographies.
- The February 2011 update introduced Hinduism to Oxford Bibliographies.
- The December 2010 update introduced Medieval Studies to Oxford Bibliographies.