How does chemical pollution effect our mental health? Professor Barbara Demeneix discusses this and her book Losing Our Minds, now on OSO
72 new books are now available on Oxford Scholarship Online!
What's the point? Katarzyna de Lazari-Radek and Peter Singer on The Point of View of the Universe
149 books have been published on Oxford Scholarship Online, bringing new works to seventeen subject modules.
Causation: A User's Guide has won the American Philosophical Association's Sanders Book Prize!
Indigenous forms of music are decreasing all over the world. Catherine Grant, author of Music Endangerment: How Language Maintenance Can Help explains why we should protect them, and how.
David Skarbek on how prison gangs govern the American penal system and his book, The Social Order of the Underworld: How Prison Gangs Govern the American Penal System.
Gillian Woods's Shakespeare's Unreformed Fictions named joint-winner of this year's Shakespeare Globe Book Award.
Morten Jerven on his book, Economic Growth and Measurement Reconsidered in Botswana, Kenya, Tanzania, and Zambia - now available on OSO.
Global refugee numbers have risen dramatically - what is the future for humanitarian action in this dire scenario? Anne Hammerstad writes on this, and her book The Rise and Decline of a Global Security Actor.
Dr. Jon Balserak on John Calvin and his self-conception, and his book John Calvin as Sixteenth-Century Prophet
Sean A. Eddie's Freedom's Price has won the Royal Historical Society's Gladstone Prize.
We celebrated Pride Month this June with a collection of OSO free chapters, examining the LGBT experience from a psychological perspective.
Dr. Vladimir Popov on his book, Mixed Fortunes: An Economic History of China, Russia, and the West - now on OSO.
101 new books have been published on Oxford Scholarship Online in fifteen of OSO's subjects.
To Spinoza, the "human mind is a mechanism, like the workings of a watch". Eugene Marshall writes about his book, The Spiritual Automaton: Spinoza's Science of the Mind.
Marco Roscini on Cyber Operations and the Use of Force in International Law - new to OSO
Oxford Scholarship Online launches new purchase model for libraries and institutions!
From Nancy Pelosi to Hilary Clinton - Dr. Sue Thomas, co-editor of Women and Elective Office, on women in American politics.
Oxford Scholarship Online now publishing ten times a year, instead of three.
The many-threaded roots of the Rwandan genocide, by Dr. Jay Carner - author of Rwanda Before the Genocide.
Mónica Garcia-Salmones Rovira on positivism in international law
Interpreting Quantum Theories and The Emergent Multiverse have won the 2013 Lakatos Award!
To what extent did nineteenth-century American theology spring from it's Germanic counterpart? Dr. Annette Aubert discusses...
Over 300 scholarly works have now been added to Oxford Scholarship Online!
Dr. Sree Padma on Andhra Pradesh, and the history of fertility goddess traditions in India.
70 titles across Mathematics, Biology, and Physics have been added into Oxford Scholarship Online, with new print-replica PDF functionality.
Dr. Elesha Coffman on her monograph The Christian Century and the Rise of the Protestant Mainline.
The Army in Cromwellian England, 1649-1660 has won the sixth annual Samuel Pepys Award!
Congratulations to Robert J. Shiller, OSO author and 2013 Nobel Prize winner!
OSO author of Inventing the Market, Lisa Herzog, approaches the understanding of markets through the history of ideas…
From Shakespeare's unreformed fictions to the topology and future stability of the Universe – explore the latest content update to the site…
Stephen C. Berkwitz, author of Buddhist Poetry and Colonialism: Alagiyavanna and the Portuguese in Sri Lanka, focuses on how Buddhism has developed across time and space.
Hannah Skoda, co-editor of Legalism: Anthropology and History, discusses the multiple roles and forms of the law in consideration of its historical background.
If Money Talks, What Does It Say? Dr Iain McMenamin, OSO author, explores the leadership and business financing of politics in Australia.
Ernest P. Young, OSO author, discusses the background of the Catholic church in China.
Hannah Skoda, OSO author of Medieval Violence: Physical Brutality in Northern France, 1270-1330, looks at the main challenges facing the historian of violence.
Dr Christine B. N. Chin (OSO author) writes about her title, Cosmopolitan Sex Workers, in our newest blog post.
OSO author Ellen Muehlberger blogs on angels in late Christianity in our new blog post.
Read our new blog post from OSO author, Dr. Anver M. Emon, on religious pluralism and Islamic law. This fascinating piece discusses the dhimmi rules, and how they are still important in today's political climate. We hope you enjoy reading.
Watch videos, follow links to blog posts, reviews, and key content using our new interactive brochure - a great new way to find out more about Oxford Scholarship Online.
We are pleased to announce that the OSO title, The Multicultural Prison has been awarded the 2013 Criminology Book Prize by the British Society of Criminology. Why not take a look at the prize-winning title?
Take a look at our new blog post from OSO author, Avi Lifschitz, on the evolution of language and society. We hope you enjoy reading.
Oxford Scholarship Online authors William P. Cross and André Blais, have been awarded the 2013 Donald Smiley Prize by the Canadian Political Science Association. Find out more about this prize-winning title.
Read our new blog post from OSO author Joshua Hordern, on political affections - how we should understand them and how they work in political relationships.
The May content update is now live on Oxford Scholarship Online, adding over 300 key titles to 18 of OSO's subject modules. Start browsing today!
Willem J.M. Levelt, prize-winning OSO author, has written a piece for the OUP Blog about the history of psycholinguistics in the pre-Chomskyan era. Why not take a look?
Willem J. M. Levelt, author of A History of Psycholinguistics: the Pre-Chomskyan Era , has won the American Philosophical Society’s Patrick Suppes Prize for the History of Science.
Tim Bale, author of The Conservatives since 1945: The Drivers of Party Change, has been awarded The Political Studies Association Specialist Group of Conservative Studies book prize.
OSO was recently reviewed by the Charleston Advisor, and was awarded four out of a possible five stars for its content and user interface. Read more about the review here.
Only have 10 minutes? Why not take a tour of the main features and benefits of Oxford Scholarship Online with our product trainer, using our new how-to video.
The latest content update is now available on Oxford Scholarship Online, adding over 350 new titles to the site. Start browsing to find out more about this brand-new content.
We are pleased to announce that The White Man's World, written by Bill Schwarz, has won the Longman - History Today Book of the Year.
We are pleased to announce that 121 titles have been added to the OSO Archive from OUP’s India branch. Find out more here.
We are pleased to announce that Oxford Scholarship Online is now fully mobile optimized, so you can now access all of the same high quality content available on the full site via your mobile device. With easy search and browse functionality, we hope that our mobile site will help to complement your desktop usage, enabling you to research on the go.
The September content update is now live on Oxford Scholarship Online, which has added 334 new titles to the collection. These new titles have been added across 18 subject modules including; Business and Management, History, Literature, Philosophy, Public Health and Epidemiology, and Social Work. New titles have been added to the following sub-disciplines; Financial Economics, Asian History, Medical Law, Dance, Lexicography, and Social Theory.
We are pleased to announce that S. Craig Roberts' title, Applied Evolutionary Psychology, has won the 2012 Darwinism Applied Award, which was awarded by the Applied Evolutionary Psychology Society. Why not take a look at this prize-winning title to find out more? Click here for more details of other prize-winning titles in OSO.
Over 360 titles have been added to OSO following the May content update. A new subject module – Sociology – is also now available on OSO, providing access to key titles across the subject, including in the sub-disciplines: Law, Crime, and Deviance, Marriage and Family, Gender and Sexuality, and Urban and Rural Studies, to name but a few.
525 titles have been added to the OSO Archive this March, in 3 subject areas - Law, Neuroscience, and Psychology. Titles have also be added to 7 of the exisiting OSO Archive modules - Economics and Finance, History, Literature, Music, Philosophy, Political Science, and Religion, bringing the total number of titles in OSO to 7,469.
301 titles have been added to OSO as part of the January 2012 content update, spanning the 19 subject areas, including; Classical Studies, History, Law, Palliative Care, and Religion. Subdisciplines include; Marketing, Economic Systems, Human Rights Law, World Literature, Moral Philosophy, and Church History.
The Palliative care module in Oxford Scholarship Online launches with the full text 66 scholarly monographs in the fields of Palliative Medicine and Older People, Paediatric Palliative Medicine , Pain Management and Palliative Pharmacology , Patient Care and End-of-Life Decision Making, and Palliative Medicine Research... read more
Oxford Scholarship Online has been re-launched with new features, new content, and a brand new look and feel... read more
203 titles have been added to Oxford Scholarship Online as part of the 2011 September content update. These titles span the 18 subject areas and include the most recent scholarly monograph publishing from Oxford University Press.
The OSO Archive is now available as a new content purchase option, providing full-text access to over 1600 titles... read more
In September, Oxford Scholarship Online will join five other university presses on the University Press Scholarship Online(UPSO) platform. These additional titles will be searchable with OSO content and will be complement currently available subject areas as well as several new subject areas including archaeology, film, television, and radio and society and culture. Content will also be available in the following new sub-disciplines: African American History, Asian Studies, Film Studies, Latin American Studies, Middle Eastern Studies, and Television Studies.
224 new titles were added to the site as part of the May 2011 content update. The total number of titles online is now 4,689.