1. Season’s Greetings from Oxford University Press


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    Season’s Greetings from Oxford University Press. Wishing you all the best for the coming year. Music composed by Bob Chilcott with a text by Charles Bennett. Design by Michele Laseau. Animation…

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    • What’s Different About Flash Photography?


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      Kate Flint describes the differences of flash photography to other forms and how examining the field from this angle cuts across the typical genres of photography and brings them together in a new…

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      • Ten Things to Know about Secularism


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        Andrew Copson tells us the top ten things we should understand about Secularism. http://oxford.ly/2f6OEJ8 Andrew Copson is the Chief Executive of Humanists UK, President of the International Humanist…

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        • Chaucer’s Middle English - Don’t Be Intimidated!


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          Wallace explains how poetic and musical Middle English is compared to modern English. http://oxford.ly/2gcWzEA David Wallace studied at York and Cambridge. Currently Judith Rodin Professor of English…

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          • Ageism in the Burlesque Community


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            Kaitlyn Regehr and Matilda Temperley, author and illustrator of The League of Exotic Dancers, reflect on how aging burlesque dancers challenge preconceptions surrounding beauty. Learn more: http://oxford.ly/2uGyAmV ©…

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            • The Story of Pytheas


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              Barry Cunliffe tells the story of the ancient Greek seafaring explorer Pytheas, and his epic voyage from Marseilles right the way round Britain, in the fourth century BC. https://global.oup.com/academic/product/on-the-ocean-9780198757894 ©…

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              • Gregory S. Gordon explains Atrocity Speech Law


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                Author of, "Atrocity Speech Law: Foundation, Fragmentation, Fruition", Gregory S. Gordon discusses the past, present and future of his coined concept, "atrocity speech law". Learn…

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                • Oxford Journals Collection 2018: Over 330 High-Quality Journals


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                  Discover the Oxford Journals Collection through the key figures that show its excellence in scholarship across a range of subjects. https://academic.oup.com/journals/pages/librarians/collection_packages…

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                  • Jane Austen on Love and Happiness


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                    In the stuffy atmosphere of Georgian England, Jane Austen presented biting critiques of high-class society. Through veiled satire and well-constructed plots, social conventions were re-assessed and…

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                    • Navigating Research: How Academic Users Understand, Discover, and Utilize Reference Resources


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                      While academic researchers have more access to information than ever before, they are facing unique pain points throughout the research journey. Whether defining and contextualizing initial research…

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