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Oxford Scholarship Online Reaches Milestone of 20,000 Titles

December 8, 2021

Oxford Scholarship Online, the digital library of scholarly monographs published by Oxford University Press, has reached an impressive milestone with more than 20,000 titles now available.

Launched in 2003 with 700 tiles in four subject areas: Economics and Finance, Philosophy, Political Science, and Religion, Oxford Scholarship Online now spans 27 subject disciplines and includes works from Nobel prize winning authors in Economics, Chemistry, Neuroscience, and Physics. It is also home to over 100 open access books.

Through Oxford Scholarship Online, OUP makes a rapidly growing digital library available to scholars around the world. Users can browse chapters online or download and access them as PDFs on the go. They can also save searches, books, and chapters to return to later creating a seamless and easy research experience.

Sophie Goldsworthy, Director of Content Strategy and Acquisition in OUP’s Academic Division, said, ‘This is an important milestone for Oxford Scholarship Online, one of our most popular digital products. By making so many academic monographs available digitally, we are able to increase the reach of these works, driving forward research across a wide range of disciplines and helping our authors to understand the impact of their publishing.’

Start browsing all books or recommend your institution for a free trial.

You can find books in the 27 subject modules below:

Archaeology – Biology – Business and Management Chemistry – Classical Studies – Clinical Medicine and Allied Health – Computer Science – Earth Sciences and Geography – Education – Environmental Science – Economics and Finance – History – Law – Linguistics – Literature – Mathematics – Music – Neuroscience – Palliative Care – Philosophy – Physics – Political Science – Psychology – Public Health and Epidemiology – Religion – Social Work – Sociology

                Language Change, Variation, and Universals       At What Cost: Modern Capitalism and the Future of Health       Copyright in the Digital Single Market: Article-by-Article Commentary to the Provisions of Directive 2019/790       Models of Leadership in Plato and Beyond       Four Internets: Data, Geopolitics, and the Governance of Cyberspace       The Later Middle Ages