This online resource offers full text access to over 230 journals published by Oxford University Press on a range of subjects, two-thirds of which are in collaboration with learned societies or international organisations.
A collection of music reference works comprising the full text of the various Grove and Oxford music dictionaries and companions. Includes the history of Western music as well as entries on composers and performers, contemporary music, and world music. More than 50,000 signed articles and 30,000 biographies. Many articles feature audio files demonstrating the various styles of music.
Desktop access to an authoritative and comprehensive reference collection combining access to in-depth scholarly resources offered by titles in the Oxford Companions series, together with quick reference coverage using over 120 key Oxford dictionaries and reference works.
The Oxford Research Encyclopedia: Literature features a large and growing collection of in-depth articles across the full range of topics in contemporary literary studies, including sections on all the major literary forms, historical periods and geographical groupings, as well sections on Cultural Studies; Film, TV, and Media; Literary Theory; Non-Fiction and Life Writing; and Print Culture and Digital Humanities.
Contains full-text, online editions of Oxford University Press’ (OUP) key international law texts, and includes authoritative treatises, black-letter reference works and commentaries; classic works on international law, and flagship publications. Fully searchable by subject matter, title and author, and linked, via the Oxford Law Citator, to relevant case reports and articles within all of OUP online law products.
Access to original work across all areas of contemporary philosophy and the history of philosophy. The collection features recent books, accompanied by some classics from the 1960's to the 1980's, and covers areas such as aesthetics, ancient philosophy, feminist philosophy, logic/philosophy of mathematics, and metaphysics/epistemology.