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In 2016, a further 9 journals joined the archive, with prestigious new titles in the fields of medicine, law, science, social sciences and the humanities.
Also announced for 2016 is the Near Archive, for the first time you can now purchase perpetual digital access to OUP journals content from 1996 to 2014. Full details are available in the 2016 Archive Brochure.
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