OXFORD BIBLIOGRAPHIES ONLINE

The Library is delighted to report perpetual access to nineteen further subject modules of Oxford Bibliographies Online , has recently been purchased. The Oxford Bibliographies offer authoritative research guides by discipline, which are structured as annotated bibliographies, and seek to highlight the best available scholarship by theme and topic within a single discipline.

We have added the following new modules: American Literature; Anthropology; Art History; Atlantic History; Biblical Studies; British and Irish Literature; Childhood Studies; Cinema and Media Studies; International Law; International Relations; Islamic Studies; Jewish Studies; Linguistics; Medieval Studies; Military History; Political Science; Renaissance and Reformation; Sociology; and Victorian Literature.

Key features of each Oxford Bibliography article are:

  • Expert recommendations on the best works available in each discipline – whether it be a chapter, a book, a journal article, a website, an archive, or data set.
  • Each article includes an introduction written by a top scholar in the fields and is an authoritative guide to the current scholarship with original commentary and annotations by top scholars.
  • Intuitive linking and discoverability tools help users quickly locate full text content to prevent dead ends.
  • Oxford Bibliographies personalization allows you to sign in to create a personalized list of citations with your own notes and annotations.

Oxford Bibliographies Online can be accessed from the Database link on the Library Home Page. It is available to all Students and Staff on and off campus using your GUID.

We hope you find this new bibliographic resource useful.

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