Discover 110 new titles from Oxford University Press, published across a wide range of topics — from online consumer autonomy to climate change and global poverty, and from how cold war South Korea shaped the American evangelical empire to how robots will reshape our emotional lives.
This update includes the following Open Access titles:
- The Changing German Voter by Rüdiger Schmitt-Beck, Sigrid Roßteutscher, Harald Schoen, Bernhard Weßels, and Christof Wolf
- India in the Persian World of Letters by Arthur Dudney
- Collaborative Advantage by Jonas Nahm (converted to Open Access)
- Exploiting and Managing the Alien and Unseen World below Water in Before the UN Sustainable Development Goals: A Historical Companion by Martin Gutmann and Daniel Gorman (chapter converted to Open Access)
You can find new books in the below subject modules:
Biology – Business and Management – Classical Studies – Computer Science – Economics and Finance – Education – History – Law – Literature – Music – Palliative Care – Philosophy – Physics – Political Science – Psychology – Public Health and Epidemiology – Religion – Social Work – Sociology