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OXFORD BIBLIOGRAPHIES. YOUR BEST RESEARCH STARTS HERE www.oxfordbibliographies.com. WHAT IS OXFORD BIBLIOGRAPHIES?. Oxford Bibliographies is a library of discipline-focused, online guides to the essential literature across a broad range of subject areas.

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OXFORD

BIBLIOGRAPHIES

YOUR BEST RESEARCH STARTS HERE

www.oxfordbibliographies.com

what is oxford bibliographies
WHAT IS OXFORD BIBLIOGRAPHIES?

Oxford Bibliographies is a library of discipline-focused, online guides to the essential literature across a broad range of subject areas.

“We are drowning in information, while starving for wisdom. The world henceforth will be run by synthesizers, people able to put together the right information at the right time, think critically about it, and make important choices wisely.”

—E.O. WILSON

Each Oxford Bibliographiesarticle, written and reviewed by top scholars in the field,is rich with citations and annotations, expert recommendations,and narrative pathways through the most useful and important works on the topicin question.

Intuitive linking throughout quicklydelivers the user from a citation to full-text content, whether online or available through a library’s catalog.

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OXFORD BIBLIOGRAPHIES

Oxford continues to introduce a broad range of new subject areas, releasing in

intervals, along with thousands of new and updated articles.

Every subject area has an Editor-in-Chief and Editorial Board, and each article receivesmultiple peer reviews and board vetting

50-100 articles at launch per subject(equivalent to a 4-volume print encyclopedia)

Updated regularly, with 50-75 articles added per year to each subject area. Updates will also include revisions to existing articles.

NOW AVAILABLE:

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COMING IN 2012:

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oxford bibliographies

“Today’s challenge is to build a resource that guides scholarly research through the growing mass of unqualified academic output, offering selective annotated research paths that are insightful, increase productivity, and raise the level of quality in new scholarship.”

—CASPER GRATHWOHL, SENIOR VP, GROUP STRATEGY, OUP

OXFORD BIBLIOGRAPHIES

Each OBO subjectcontains:

More than 50 articles contributed by dozens of international scholars

Over 400,000 words (equivalent of a 4 volume print set)

5,000 citations, each linked to your library’s OPAC

what makes oxford bibliographies different
WHAT MAKES OXFORD BIBLIOGRAPHIES DIFFERENT

Selective

Expert recommendations on the best works available in each discipline—whether it be a chapter, a book, a journal article, a Website, blog, or data set—streamline the research process

Credible

Each subject area has an Editor in Chief, an Editorial Board and peer reviewers, ensuring balanced perspective with scholarly accuracy, authority, and objectivity

Original Scholarly Content

Each article is an authoritative guide to the current

scholarship on a topic with original commentary and

annotations by top scholars

Seamless Pathways

Intuitive linking and discoverability tools help users quickly

locate full text content to prevent dead ends

Up to Date and Expanding

a robust update program keeps researchers informed of

advances in their field

Discoverability Tools

MaRC21 records, openuRL, full-text DoIs, and connections

to the Oxford Index increase discoverability and usage of

library resources beyond Oxford Bibliographies

not your typical bibliography

CALLIMACHUS OF CYRENE

Adler, A., ed. 1928-1938. Suidas. Lexicon. 5 vols. Leipzig: Teubner.

Cameron, Alan. 1995. Callimachus and His Critics. Princeton: Princeton University Press.

D’Alessio, Giovan B. 2007. Callimaco. 4rd ed. 2 vols. Classicidella BUR. Milano: Biblioteca

universale Rizzoli.

Ferguson, John. 1980. Callimachus.Twayne World Author Series 589.Boston:Twayne.

Fraser, P. M. 1972. Ptolemaic Alexandria. Oxford: Clarendon Press.

Gutzwiller, Kathryn J. 2007. A Guide to Hellenistic Literature. Oxford: Blackwell.

Hellenistic Bibliography. University of Leiden. Edited by Martine Cuypers. Herter, Hans 1973. KallimachosausKyrene 6. RE Supp. 13 col.: 184-266.

Hunter, Richard and Marco Fantuzzi. 2004. Tradition and Innovation in Hellenistic Poetry.

Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

Hutchinson, G. O. 1988. Hellenistic Poetry. Oxford: Clarendon Press.

L’Anneephilologique. Series. Paris: Société d'édition "Les Belles Lettres."

Lehnus, Luigi. 2000. NuovaBibliografiaCallimachea (1489-1998).Hellenica 3. Alessandria:

Edizionidell'Orso.

Mair, G. R. 1921. Callimachus: Hymns and Epigrams, Lycophron, Aratus. Loeb Classical

Library. Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press.

Parsons, Peter J. 1998. "Callimachus." In The Oxford Companion to Classical Civilization.

Edited by Simon Hornblower and Antony Spawforth. Oxford:Oxford University Press. 

Pfeiffer, Rudolf. 1953. Callimachus. Vol. 2, Hymni et Epigrammata. Oxford:Clarendon Press.

Pfeiffer, Rudolf. 1968. History of Classical Scholarship from the Beginnings to the End of the

Hellenistic Age. Oxford: Clarendon Press.

Most bibliographies simply offer a flat list of citations for works on a particular topic

NOT YOUR TYPICAL BIBLIOGRAPHY
building an oxford bibliographies article
BUILDING AN OXFORD BIBLIOGRAPHIES ARTICLE

Annotations indicate what is included in the work, and provide guidance as to how this resource will aid your research

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Each article contains discrete sections covering types of resources and key areas of scholarship

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Commentary provides a synoptic guide with recommendations to guide users through the citations that follow and to draw attention to connections between the items in the list

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Content preferences are displayed at all times

Browse a complete list of articles from your selected subjects

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…and search either full-text…

…or by type of cited resource

Select which subject areas to search…

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…or from within Citations

Each search result is displayed in context, and icons help indicate type of resource cited

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Every citation contains a scholarly annotation

Seamless access to your library’s catalog, OCLC WorldCat, Google Books, and more to come

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OXFORD

BIBLIOGRAPHIES

YOUR BEST RESEARCH STARTS HERE

Click ‛MY OBO’ in the upper-right corner of any OBO page to sign-in or sign-up

Signing in to ‘MY OBO’ allows you to build a citation list, make notes, save searches, and more

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OXFORD

BIBLIOGRAPHIES

YOUR BEST RESEARCH STARTS HERE

The citation and its scholarly annotation save to ‘MY CITATIONS’

Select one or more citations from the list

Add your own notes and save

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OXFORD

BIBLIOGRAPHIES

YOUR BEST RESEARCH STARTS HERE

The selected citation, its scholarly annotation, and your notes are now saved to ‛MY CITATIONS’

Add notes to personalize the citation

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OXFORD

BIBLIOGRAPHIES

YOUR BEST RESEARCH STARTS HERE

‛MY CITATIONS’ displays saved citations, scholarly annotations, and your notes

Export selected citations to EndNote, Reference Manager, ProCite, RefWorks, and/or Zotero

Print and email selected citations

Add new or additional notes to citations

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OXFORD

BIBLIOGRAPHIES

YOUR BEST RESEARCH STARTS HERE

‛MY SEARCHES’ allows you to view saved searches, search results, and personalized notes

Print and email your search list

Add new or additional notes to searches

Click on a search to view up-to-date results

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OXFORD

BIBLIOGRAPHIES

YOUR BEST RESEARCH STARTS HERE

Thank You!

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