What's new: September 2019

September 4, 2019

This month, Oxford Handbooks Online adds 141 individual articles and 11 complete Handbook titles from across 12 subject areas.

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Individual Articles

Classical Studies

Mary
Introduction, Chris Maunder
Marian Apocalypticism, Daniel Wojcik
Mary and Grace, Matthew Levering
Mary and Islam, Zeki Saritoprak
Mary and Modernity, Charlene Spretnak
Mary in Patristics, Andrew Louth

Economics and Finance

Institutions of International Economic Governance and Market Regulation

Law

U.S. Education Law
Student Privacy and the Law in the Internet Age, Leah Plunkett, Urs Gasser, Sandra Cortesi

Linguistics

Computational Linguistics, Second Edition
Lexicography, Patrick Hanks

Literature

Eighteenth-Century Satire
Augustan Romantics, Matthew Scott
Dramatic Satire, Ros Ballaster
Fable and Allegory, Gillian Wright
National Identity and Satire, David O'Shaughnessy
Quarrelling, Alexis Tadié
Satire as Event, John McTague
Satirical Objects, Sean Silver
Science and Satire, Gregory Lynall
Self-Portraiture, Louise Curran
Sexing Satire, Jill Campbell
The Practice of Parody, David Francis Taylor
The Satire of Dissent, George Southcombe
Thinking about Satire, Ashley Marshall
Latino Studies
Latinx Pop Cultural Studies Hoy!, Frederick Luis Aldama

Music

Timbre

Philosophy

Assertion
Can Artificial Entities Assert?, Ori Freiman, Boaz Miller
Japanese Philosophy
Phenomenological Psychopathology

Physical Sciences

Planning for Climate Change Hazards
Projections and Hazards of Future Extreme Heat, Colin Raymond, Dim Coumou, Tim Foreman, Andrew King, Sarah Perkins-Kirkpatrick, Kai Kornhuber, Corey Lesk, Camilo Mora, Simone Russo, Sem Vijverberg

Political Science

Behavioral Political Science
Classics in Contemporary Political Theory
Electoral Persuasion
Voter Mobilization in Intimate Networks, Florian Foos, Eline A. de Rooij
Global Health Politics
Global LGBT and Sexual Diversity Politics
Networked Communication
Studying Populations of Online Organizations, Benjamin Mako Hill, Aaron Shaw

Psychology

Emotion Dysregulation
Future Directions in Research and Treatment of Emotion Dysregulation, Theodore P. Beauchaine, Hunter Hahn, Sheila E. Crowell
Empirical Aesthetics
Stress and Mental Health
Coping models of stress and resilience, Bruce Compas, Allison Vreeland, Lauren Henry

Religion

Postcolonial Biblical Criticism

Sociology

Max Weber
Methods for Public Scholarship
#spacesforknowledgeproduction, Daniel T. Barney, Lorrie Blair, Juan Carlos Castro
Academic Blogs, Jimmie Manning
Audience and Voice (and Sometimes Reflexivity), Yvonna Lincoln, Vassa Grichko, Glenn Allen Phillips
Cellphilms in Public Scholarship, Katie MacEntee, Casey Burkholder, Joshua Schwab-Cartas
Creative Nonfiction in Qualitative Inquiry, Jessica Smartt Gullion, Jessica Spears Williams
Data Collection via Email, Adrienne Trier-Bieniek
Disaster Research: Past, Present, and Future, Mark R. Landahl, DeeDee Bennett, Brenda D. Phillips
Health Theatre: Embodying Research, Susan Cox, George Belliveau
Literature and Creative Writing as Public Scholarship, Sandra Faulkner, Sheila Squillante
Online, Asynchronous Data Collection in Qualitative Research, Tracy Spencer, Linnea Rademaker, Peter Williams, Cynthia Loubier
Public ethnography, Tony E. Adams, Robin M. Boylorn
Visual art campaigns, Raisa Foster
Writing collaboratively, JeffriAnne Wilder

Complete Handbooks

Classical Studies

Mary, Eds. Chris Maunder

Literature

Eighteenth-Century Satire, Eds. Paddy Bullard
the Baroque, Eds. John D. Lyons

Music

Music and the Body, Eds. Youn Kim, Sander L. Gilman

Neuroscience

the Auditory Brainstem, Eds. Karl Kandler

Philosophy

Japanese Philosophy, Eds. Bret W. Davis
Phenomenological Psychopathology, Eds. Giovanni Stanghellini, Matthew Broome, Andrea Raballo, Anthony Vincent Fernandez, Paolo Fusar-Poli, René Rosfort

Psychology

Adolescent Substance Abuse, Eds. Robert A. Zucker, Sandra A. Brown
Music and the Brain, Eds. Michael H. Thaut, Donald A. Hodges

Sociology

Methods for Public Scholarship, Eds. Patricia Leavy