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What's new in November 2019

November 21, 2019

Discover more than 100 new titles from Oxford University Press, published across a diverse range of topics — from minimalist linguistic parsing to slavery and the visual arts in historical Spain, and from concepts of elementary particle physics to migration and crisis in the Mediterranean Sea.

After listening to requests and feedback from our customers, Oxford University Press is delighted to announce that we will begin* offering print-replica PDFs for forthcoming books on Oxford Scholarship Online from this month’s update.

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This update includes the following Open Access titles:

You can find new books in the below subject modules:

BiologyClassical StudiesEconomics and FinanceHistoryLawLinguisticsLiteratureMathematicsMusic – PhilosophyPhysicsPolitical SciencePsychology – Public Health and Epidemiology – Religion – Social Work – Sociology

                At Europe's Edge: Migration and Crisis in the Mediterranean       'Black but Human': Slavery and Visual Arts in Hapsburg Spain, 1480-1700       Concepts of Elementary Particle Physics       The Eloquent Blood: The Goddess Babalon and the Construction of Femininities in Western Esotericism       Minimalist Parsing       Mastery, Dependence, and the Ethics of Authority

*Please note that for the first half of 2020 a small proportion of new books may not publish with a print-replica pdf immediately on publication, but we will endeavor to offer these as soon as is possible after the book is published online. We will also be retroactively adding print-replica PDFs for books published in 2019 during the first few months of 2020.