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

  • 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 Famous Ecologists

  • This selection of articles introduces readers to a group of pioneering scientists in the discipline of Ecology.

  • 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.

  • Oxford Bibliographies and Student Speech and Debating

  • Covering recent issues selected by the National High School Level Speech and Debate Tournaments, this collection helps students prepare for debates related to foreign policy, immigration, and poverty.

     

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