Two new OUPblog posts by Oxford Bibliographies contributors are now available:
By Piero Gleijeses, author in Latin American Studies:
""When Nelson Mandela visited Havana in 1991, he declared: 'We come here with a sense of the great debt that is owed the people of Cuba. What other country can point to a record of greater selflessness than Cuba has displayed in its relations to Africa?' [...]"
By Terje Lohndal, author in Linguistics:
“Few probably anticipated that the boy who was born on 7 December, 1928, would become one of the founding fathers of modern linguistics and one of the world’s foremost intellectuals. Avram Noam Chomsky’s foundational work has influenced, inspired, and divided scholars working on language for more than sixty years. [...]"