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November 18, 2015

New works of scholarship now on OSO

Over 100 of the latest books from Oxford University Press's world-renowned academic list are now online

October 28, 2015

Did human grammar(s) evolve?

How did human grammar evolve? Ljiljana Progovac, author of Evolutionary Syntax, charts the evolution of language's most fundamental building block

October 22, 2015

Almost a hundred new books now online

Explore the latest works of outstanding scholarship now available on Oxford Scholarship Online 

October 21, 2015

Cars - are they a species?

Jennifer Coopersmith, author of Energy, the Subtle Concept, explores the modern phenomenon of our 'car society', and what it says about us 

October 13, 2015

Oxford author wins 2015's Nobel Prize for Economics

Professor Angus Deaton, whose works are available on Oxford Scholarship Online, wins this year's most prestigious award in economics

October 12, 2015

A mapping of musical modernity

What is it about classical music that can still resonate in modern times? OSO author, Professor Julian Johnson, discusses ...

October 6, 2015

Women in the history of philosophy

Jacqueline Broad, author of The Philosophy of Mary Astell, asks - what role did women play in the history of philosophy?

September 30, 2015

Combatting the IS’s law violations: Should we reprise reprisals?

How can the international community combat Islamic State's continual law violations? Eric Talbot Jensen discussess the problems faced

September 22, 2015

Discover new books now on OSO

81 new books have now been added to Oxford Scholarship Online

August 24, 2015

Moral responsibility and the ‘honor box’ system

John M. Doris on how the Watching Eye effect influences our  behaviour – both conscious and unconscious

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