Outstanding Reference Sources

About the Outstanding Reference Sources
The Outstanding Reference Sources list was established in 1958 to recommend the best reference publications for small and medium-sized libraries.

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2011 Selection(s)

“The Oxford Companion to the Book.” Michael F. Suarez, S.J. and H.R. Woudhuysen, eds. 2 vols. Oxford, 2010. (9780198606536)

“Encyclopedia of Identity.” Ronald L. Jackson II, ed. 2 vols. Sage, 2010. (9781412951531)

“Encyclopedia of Geography.” Barney Warf, ed. 6 vols. Sage, 2010. (9781412956970)

“The Oxford Encyclopedia of Ancient Greece and Rome.” Michael Gagarin, ed. 7 vols. Oxford, 2010. (9780195170726)

“The Encyclopedia of Religion in America.” Charles H. Lippy and Peter W. Williams, eds. 4 vols. CQ Press, 2010. (9780872895805)

“Off Broadway Musicals, 1910 – 2007: Casts, Credits, Songs, Critical Reception and Performance Data of More Than 1,800 Shows.” Dan Dietz, ed. 1 vol. McFarland. 2010. (9780786433995)

“Encyclopedia of World Dress and Fashion.” Joanne B. Eicher, ed. 10 vols. Oxford, 2010. (9780195377330)

“Berg Fashion Library.” <http://www.bergfashionlibrary.com/> Oxford, 2010.

“Chronology of the Evolution-Creationism Controversy.” Randy Moore, ed., et. al. 1 vol. Greenwood. 2009. (9780313362873)

“The Oxford International Encyclopedia of Peace.” Nigel Young, ed. 4. vols. Oxford. 2010. (9780195334685)

“21st Century Economics A Reference Handbook.” Rhona C. Free, ed. 2 vols. Sage. 2010. (9781412961424)

“Encyclopedia of Political Theory.” Mark Bevir, ed. 3 vols. Sage. 2010. (9781412958653)

“Encyclopedia of Group Processes & Intergroup Relations.” John M. Levine and Michael A. Hogg, eds. 2 vols. Sage. 2010. (9781412942089)