Two new OUPblog posts by Oxford Bibliographies authors are now available:
"Although the deaths of ‘charismatic’ species such as lions make the headlines, poaching occurs across a wide range of wildlife species. The effective conservation of Africa’s wildlife is complex. [...]"
"[W]hat is the relevance of Aurobindo nowadays? Is there any need to create an act of remembrance? The Indian Revolution considered him one of the fathers of the country, and centers of education and yoga were founded worldwide on the integral paradigm he outlined, but is that really enough? [...]"
Frontani's articles "Conservation and Wildlife" and "Geography and the Study of Africa" and Real-Najarro's article "Aurobindo" have been made freely available for a short time in conjunction with these blog posts.