LJ Reference | Review Alert, March 1, 2018

A useful yet uneven compendium on Islam; a solid starting point for a wide range of readers interested in the development and spread of African American business; this impressive communications reference should interest graduate students of the subject
Below is a list of Reference titles to be reviewed in the March 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 REVIEWERS: LJ is seeking reviewers in the following subject areas: Memoir and Performing Arts (contact Liz French, efrench@mediasourceinc.com); Technothrillers, Historical Fiction, popular African American Fiction (Terry McMillan, Eric Jerome Dickey, Mary Monroe), and Street Lit (K’wan, Sister Souljah, De’nesha Diamond; contact Wilda Williams, wwilliams@mediasourceinc.com). Click here to fill out an application.


Islam: A Worldwide Encyclopedia. 4 vols. ABC-CLIO. 2017. 1813p. ed. by Cenap Çakmak. photos. bibliog. index. ISBN 9781610692168. $415; ebk. ISBN 9781610692175. rel Encyclopedia of African American Business. rev. ed. 2 vols. Greenwood. 2017. 928p. ed. by Jessie Carney Smith. illus. bibliog. index. ISBN 9781440850271. $198; ebk. ISBN 9781440850288. econ The SAGE Encyclopedia of Communication Research Methods. 4 vols. SAGE. 2017. 2064p. ed. by Mike Allen. index. ISBN 9781483381435. $695; ebk. ISBN 9781483381459. REF

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