180 new and revised articles across 33 subject areas have been added to Oxford Bibliographies, including the new Oxford Bibliographies in Literary and Critical Theory subject.
"Marc Chagall, religious artist" by Jewish Studies author Maya Balakirsky Katz, "The composer who broke the rules" by Music author Patricia Howard, and "Should we still care about the War of 1812?" by Atlantic History author Troy Bickham are now available on the OUPblog.
"The imaginative power and feminism of Harriet Prescott Spofford" byAmerican Literature author Cindy Murillo, "Rousseau, self-love, and an increasingly connected world" by Philosophy author James Delaney, and "Excuse me, but who’s telling this story?" by British and Irish Literature author Peter Childs are now available on the OUPblog.
"Twenty years of Pottering" byChildhood Studies author Peter Hunt, "Wilfrid Sellars and the nature of normativity" by Philosophy author Michael P. Wolf, and "Emerson’s canonization and the perils of sainthood" by American Literature author Robert D. Habich are now available on the OUPblog.