Spotlight Hub

Browse our selection of curated spotlight pages spanning various disciplines in Oxford Bibliographies. These pages provide readers with freely available articles and offer a unique gateway to topical fields, showcasing how combining articles from across subject areas can create a useful interdisciplinary research tool.

 

Oxford Bibliographies Spotlight Pages

  • Organizational Behavior and Cross-Cultural Management

    This page features a curated selection of annotated bibliographies drawn from Oxford Bibliographies in Management, designed to help scholars understand key theories and topics in the multidisciplinary study of human behavior within organizational settings and the organization itself.

  • Native American Studies

    This page features a curated selection of articles from across Oxford Bibliographies, addressing key topics in the interdisciplinary field of Native American Studies.

  • Human Resource Management

    This page features a curated selection of annotated bibliographies drawn from Oxford Bibliographies in Management, designed to help scholars understand key theories and topics in the discipline.

  • Science Fiction

    Pulling from the literature and cinema studies Oxford Bibliographies disciplines, this curated selection of articles explores the major themes in the burgeoning field of Science Fiction.

  • Islam in the Modern World

    This collection of topical Oxford Bibliographies articles and posts from the OUP blog provides a broad overview of the contemporary state of Islam in the world.

  • A Bibliographical Introduction to the Italian Humanists

    Showcasing articles from Oxford Bibliographies in Renaissance and Reformation, this page offers a comprehensive look at the lives of influential humanists whose revolutionary ideas ushered in a period of cultural rebirth across Europe.

 

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