Scholarly Communication, Shakespeare, Human Rights, Religious Leaders, plus Statista Online | Review Alert: June 1, 2018

Below is a list of Reference titles to be reviewed in the June 1, 2018, issue of Library Journal. These lists include pertinent publisher and bibliographic information for your convenience.

Starred reviews are indicated with **.

Publishers: Please remember to send us one finished copy of each book that is scheduled for review (i.e., all of the forthcoming titles listed below) if you initially submitted a galley or bound manuscript. Our reviewers are not paid, and we like to send a finished copy of the reviewed book as a thank you. Materials should be mailed to: Library Journal, 123 William Street, Suite 802, New York, NY 10038.

CALL FOR SUBMISSIONS: LJ is seeking summer/fall football titles for a roundup in the August 2018 issue. Please include with your submissions the following bibliographic information (author, title, publisher, pub date, ISBN, format, price) and a brief summary of the material (catalog copy will suffice). The deadline is Friday, June 1. To find out more, contact Stephanie Sendaula at


**Anderson, Rick. Scholarly Communication: What Everyone Needs To Know. Oxford Univ. Jun. 2018. 296p. notes. index. ISBN 9780190639457. pap. $16.95. COMM

Black, Jeremy. Mapping Shakespeare: An Exploration of Shakespeare’s Worlds Through Maps. Conway: Bloomsbury USA. Apr. 2018. 192p. illus. maps. index. ISBN 9781844865178. $35; ebk. ISBN 9781844865161. LIT

Condé, Victor H. & Charles F. Gelsinger. Encyclopedia of Human Rights in the United States. 3d ed. 2 vols. Grey House. 2017. 2353p. bibliog. index. ISBN 9781682173466. $312.50. POL SCI

The World’s Greatest Religious Leaders: How Religious Figures Helped Shape World History. 2 vols. ABC-CLIO. Mar. 2018. 870p. ed. by Scott E. Hendrix & Uchenna Okeja. illus. bibliog. index. ISBN 9781440841378. $198; ebk. ISBN 9781440841385. REL



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