Oxford Bibliographies: International & Global Communication

Job adsOxford Bibliographies┬áprovides faculty and students information about resources on a variety of academic topics by publishing annotated bibliographies to guide them to relevant sources. I’ve been asked to serve as area advisor and suggest topics to be included in the “International and Global Communication” section.

I’m open to suggestions from the CID community while working on this: if there is a topic you think should be included, please send me an email. If you are potentially interested in preparing the annotated bibliography on that topic yourself, mention that. If you know someone else who would be perfect, tell me who. I’m especially interested in including scholars outside the US, as a way to expand their list of authors.

There are no guarantees I can include every topic anyone suggests: 30 topics is the maximum I can propose. And even if I do include your topic, and suggest that Oxford contacts you or the scholar you recommend to write it up, there’s no guarantee they will do so. But at least telling me what and who you would like to see included will increase the chances of that happening.

The deadline for sending suggestions is February 2, 2018. I’m looking forward to hearing from lots of you!

Wendy Leeds-Hurwitz, Director
Center for Intercultural Dialogue