Free access to Oxford University Press History Resources

Free access to Oxford University Press History Resources

Oxford University Press (OUP) have made their most read History resources from 2023 freely available to everyone until 30th April 2024 covering a wide range of historical topics. Until the end of April, you have access to more ebook chapters, research encyclopedia entries, and journal articles than ever before.

The OUP ‘Most Read in History’ collection brings together the most read OUP content published in 2023, offering a free selection of journal articles, book chapters, and research encyclopedia entries from the year’s most popular publications, from Locating Women in the Crusades to American Opium Dens, and from The Energy Entanglement of Germany and Russia to The Oxford Handbook of the History of Youth Culture.

There’s plenty that ties into LGBTQ+ History Month this February, from Sexual Autonomy in the British Women’s Liberation Movement in the 1970s and 1980s to Queer, Black, and Jewish Characters in Contemporary German Television and a Non-Binary Approach to Gender History.

Check out everything you have available

Check out everything you now have available (but some of it only until 30th April!) on the OUP Most Read in History website.

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