January 2013


January 28, 2013

What's New

January 2013

2012 PROSE Award Winner

Oxford Bibliographies has been named the 2012 Best eProduct and Multi-discipline Platform by the PROSE awards. The PROSE awards annually recognize the very best in professional and scholarly publishing by bringing attention to distinguished books, journals, and electronic content in over 40 categories. Judged by peer publishers, librarians, and medical professionals since 1976, the PROSE Awards are extraordinary for their breadth and depth.

Visit the PROSE website for more information and for a full list of 2012 winners.

New Subject Area

Introducing the addition of Oxford Bibliographies in Management to the growing list of available subject areas.

For a complete list of available and forthcoming articles as well as more information on the Editor in Chief and Editorial Board visit the Management page.

Introducing the Oxford Index

The Oxford Index Underbar is now available on each page of Oxford Bibliographies. The Oxford Index Underbar is a free search and discovery service, which shows links to related content from all Oxford University Press online content (journal articles, scholarly monographs, reference content, primary sources, etc.).

Read more about the Oxford Index

Learn how the Oxford Index Underbar works

Oxford Bibliographies in the Classroom

Learn how students and faculty from across the academic spectrum are using Oxford Bibliographies for their research and in the classroom. At all levels, researchers agree that Oxford Bibliographies is an innovative solution to the problem of information overload in the digital age.

Oxford Bibliographies for Students

Oxford Bibliographies for Faculty

New and Updated Articles

Oxford Bibliographies is regularly updated with new articles and additions to existing articles. This month, 101 new articles have been added and revised across the following subjects:

American Literature
Atlantic History
Childhood Studies

Cinema and Media Studies

Medieval Studies

To learn more about the Oxford Bibliographies update program, including the peer-review process and the annual review of articles, please visit the Updating Program page.

Explore More Oxford Bibliographies

Visit the OUP Blog:

Immigration Policy Debates in the 2012 Election, by contributor to the forthcoming Oxford Bibliographies in Latino Studies, Louis Desipio.

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.

Experience Oxford Bibliographies

Join one of Oxford’s online product experts for a personal, step-by-step, walkthrough of Oxford Bibliographies, including specific case uses and research examples. View the schedule and sign up!


Oxford Bibliographies continues to bring to online research the innovation and quality assurance that is expected from Oxford University Press. Feedback from librarians and users continues to inform ongoing improvements to search, design, and usability, ensuring it remains a cutting-edge, essential tool for researchers at every level.

Oxford User Research Program

The Oxford User Research Program is a longitudinal, global initiative assessing the way librarians, academics, and students discover, view, evaluate, and interact with content. The feedback from this program informs the development and improvement of Oxford Bibliographies to ensure a positive and valuable experience for users. If you are interested in learning more and how you can get involved in the Oxford User Research Program, please contact our Market Research Department.

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