March 31, 2011
March 2011 Update
New Subject Areas
This month Oxford is pleased to introduce Communication, International Relations, Public Health, and Victorian Literature to Oxford Bibliographies.p>
For a more information on available and forthcoming subject areas, visit our subject list.
Oxford Bibliographies articles are regularly updated by their authors and new articles are added on a regular schedule to expand the scope and extent of each subject module in the library. Recent articles added include:
Oxford Bibliographies Atlantic History:
Latin American Independence
Oxford Bibliographies Classics:
Oxford Bibliographies Criminology:
Boot Camps and Shock Incarceration Programs
Community Disadvantage and Crime
Discretion in the Criminal Justice System
Punishment Justification and Goals
Oxford Bibliographies Hinduism:
Classes of Beings
Oxford Bibliographies Islamic Studies:
Muhammed Fethullah Gulen
Women in Islam
Oxford Bibliographies Philosophy:
Oxford Bibliographies Social Work:
Stop by the Oxford booth for live demos and more information:
Academy Of Criminal Justice Studies, March 1-5, 2011, Toronto, ON
Society For American Music, March 9-13, 2011, Cincinnati, OH
Society For Cinema And Media Studies, March 10-13, 2011, New Orleans, LA
International Studies Association, March 16-19, 2011, Montreal, QC
Organization Of American Historians Annual Meeting, March 17-20, 2011, Houston, TX
Midwest Sociological Society Annual Meeting, March 24-27, 2011, St. Louis, MO
Art Libraries Society Of North America, March 24-28, 2011, Minneapolis, MN
Association Of College And Research Libraries, March 30-April 1, 2011, Philadelphia, PA
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The February 2011 update introduced Hindusim to Oxford Bibliographies.
The December 2010 update introduced Medieval Studies to Oxford Bibliographies.