Oxford Bibliographies in International Law is a valuable new tool for international law research, particularly if you are looking for scholarship in one or more field ofs international law.
Oxford Bibliographies is a growing and frequently updated collection of annotated bibliographies
on a variety of topics in international law. The bibliography is organized hierarchically, with the subject headings going from very general (e.g. Human Rights) to highly specialized (e.g. Aliens, Children's Rights, Genocide, Habeas Corpus, etc)
Let's suppose you are looking for secondary sources in the area of children's rights in an international context. You can either: 1) browse to the general subject heading of Human Rights, and then scroll to the more specialized subject heading of Children's Rights ...
Or: 2) run a search in the search box for "Children's Rights."
There are introductory essays for each subject, followed by entries with annotations prepared by scholars in the field:
Note that the "Find It" links after each entry may incorrectly show that UW-Madison does not have the item you're looking for. If "Find It" does not link you to full text, do a separate search in the UW-Madison library catalog or contact a reference librarian. For more help on using this database, feel free to contact Sunil Rao, Foreign and International Law Librarian.
Submitted by Sunil Rao, on September 27, 2017
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