September 2011 Update


New Subject Areas Oxford is pleased to announce that Oxford Bibliographies: Latino Studieshas been added for release in 2012. For more information on available and forthcoming subject areas, including new pages for African Studies, American Literature, Ecology, and Jewish Studies, visit the list of available subjects to see all live and forthcoming subject areas.

New Articles This update also brings you more than 75 new articles across seven subject areas:

Atlantic History:

Stefania Capone
CNRS/Universite Paris Ouest
John M. Monteiro
Universidade Estadual de Campinas - UNICAMP
Kenneth Morgan
Brunel University
Neal Salisbury
Smith College
Rachel O'Toole
University of California, Irvine
Simon Middleton
University of Sheffield
Michelle Craig McDonald
Richard Stockton College
Max Edling
Uppsala University
Marjoleine Kars
University of Maryland Baltimore County
Susanne Lachenicht
Universitat Bayreuth
Jeffrey Pilcher
University of Minnesota
Cécile Vidal
L'Ecole des Haute Etudes en Sciences Sociales, Paris
Silvia Marzagalli
University of Nice Sophia-Antipolis
Philip Otterness
Warren Wilson College
Gary S. De Krey
St. Olaf College
Bertrand Van Ruymbeke
Université de Paris VIII
David Graizbord
The University of Arizona
Ty M. Reese
University of North Dakota
Susanne Lachenicht
Universität Bayreuth
Aliocha Maldavsky
Universite Paris Ouest Nanterre-La Defense, MASCIPO
Gunvor Simonsen
The Saxo-Institute, Copenhagen University
Justin Roberts
Dalhousie University
Mariana Dantas
Ohio University
Molly Warsh
Texas A & M University

Biblical Studies:

Graeme Auld
University of Edinburgh
Jan W. van Henten
Universiteit van Amsterdam
Christopher Matthews
Boston College
Pierluigi Piovanelli
University of Ottawa
Annette Yoshiko Reed
University of Pennsylvania
Stephen Breck Reid
Baylor University
Richard Ascough
Queen's University


Guy Newland
Central Michigan University
Daniel Boucher
Cornell University
Brandon Dotson
Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität München


Maria Stamatopoulou
University of Oxford
Susanna Braund
University of British Columbia
Susanna Braund
University of British Columbia


Thomas Stucky
Indiana University-Purdue University Indianapolis


William Edelglass
Marlboro College
Bryan W. Van Norden
Vassar College
Clive Cazeaux
University of Wales Institute, Cardiff
Kirk Ludwig
University of Indiana, Bloomington
Vincent F. Hendricks
University of Copenhagen
Kristin Gjesdal
Temple University
Shyam Ranganathan
York University
Anita Avramides
University of Oxford
Jose Luis Bermúdez
Texas A&M University
Angelo Corlett
San Diego State University
Alasdair Richmond
University of Edinburgh
Seth Lazar
University of Oxford

Renaissance and Reformation:

Koenraad Jonckheere
University of Ghent
Christopher Atkins
Queens College and the Graduate Center, CUNY
Tom Nichols
King's College, University of Aberdeen
James Farr
Purdue University
Joseph Patrouch
Florida International University
James Palmitessa
Western Michigan University
Katherine Crawford
Vanderbilt University
Robert Knecht
University of Birmingham
Jeffrey Chipps Smith
University of Texas at Austin
Benjamin Ravid
Brandeis University
Paul Taylor
The Warburg Institute
Graeme Murdock
Trinity College Dublin
Craig Kallendorf
Texas A&M University
Gerry Milligan
College of Staten Island, CUNY
Dennis Looney
University of Pittsburgh
Mary McKinley
University of Virginia
Victoria Mondelli
Borough of Manhattan Community College, City University of New York
George Hoffmann
University of Michigan
William Wallace
Washington University in St. Louis
Frederick McGinness
Mount Holyoke College
Frederick McGinness
Mount Holyoke College
Nina Serebrennikov
Davidson College
Xanthe Brooke
National Museums Liverpool
Sara Nalle
Wiliam Paterson University
Tom Nichols
King's College, University of Aberdeen

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