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British and Irish Literature
Cinema and Media Studies
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Buddhism or Buddhisms? Part 1 by the Editor in Chief of Oxford Bibliographies: Buddhism, Richard Payne, on the effect of geo-politics on the structure of the Buddhist religion around the world.
Buddhism or Buddhisms? Part 2: Richard Payne continues his discussion of the structure of Buddhism in relation to globalization and politics.
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- 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.