Content Spotlight: Oxford University Press Titles Added to Credo Reference Platform

Posted by Duncan Whitmire on 11/7/19, 3:32 PM

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This month we released 12 new titles from Oxford University Press onto the Credo Reference platform, each chosen for its awards, accolades, or inclusion in must-have college title lists. With extensive and authoritative information on history, literature, business, politics, and food, these new titles supplement the already diverse content available through Credo Reference.

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The Oxford Companion to British History: Thousands of entries offer coverage on all aspects of British history from 55 BC to the present day.

The Oxford Companion to Children's Literature: Thousands of authoritative and accessible entries on every aspect of children's literature, covering authors, illustrators, works, characters, genres, and much more. From Mark Haddon to Harry Potter, Raymond Briggs to Maurice Sendak, and Douglas Adams to The Gruffalo.

The Oxford Companion to Classical Civilization: Authoritative reference provides entries covering all aspects of classical civilization: history, politics, ethics, moral law, punishment, family life, society, religion, mythology, reception, technology, and scholarship.

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The Oxford Companion to Fairy Tales: Authoritative reference provides entries covering all aspects of classical civilization: history, politics, ethics, moral law, punishment, family life, society, religion, mythology, reception, technology, and scholarship.

The Oxford Companion to Food: Covers writers, illustrators, works, characters, countries, and related topics such as film, television, art, the oral tradition, advertising, feminism, and much more.

The Oxford Companion to Modern Poetry: Hundreds of detailed entries provide coverage on modern poets writing in English.

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The Oxford Companion to Ships and the Sea: The most comprehensive and authoritative reference book of its kind, the Oxford Companion to Ships and the Sea provides coverage of a huge range of topics, from shipbuilding, yachting, diving, marine engineering, and marine mammals, to smuggling, tsunamis, mermaids, and the language and literature of the sea.

The Oxford Companion to Sugar and Sweets: Most comprehensive reference work on the idea of the sweet ever published, with entries on all aspects of sweetness, including chemical, technical, social, cultural, and linguistic.

The Oxford Companion to Theatre and Performance: An authoritative reference covering primarily actors, playwrights, directors, styles and movements, companies and organizations.

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The Oxford Dictionary of Quotations: Includes over tens of thousands of quotations for all occasions, from Ancient Egypt to the 21st century. 

The Oxford Encyclopedia of American Business, Labor, and Economic History: Offers a wide range of perspectives to provide an encompassing context of the United States' labor and economic histories.

The Oxford Encyclopedia of American Military and Diplomatic History: Offers a wide range of perspectives to provide an encompassing context of the United States' military and diplomatic legacies. 

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