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The 2014 Oxford Journals Collection

The 2014 Oxford Journals Collection features 262 prestigious and authoritative journals published in collaboration with some of the world’s most influential and scholarly professional societies ensuring excellence in research, scholarship, and education.

The 2014 Collection includes highly cited journals in the fields of Medicine, Life Sciences, Humanities, Law, Mathematics and Physical Sciences, and Social Sciences.

Benefits for Libraries

• Perpetual access to paid for content
• Access to content dating back to 1996
• Individual libraries (single and multi-site) and consortia can subscribe to the entire package, one of six subject packages, or a customized selection tailored to meet their needs.

More about the 2014 Collection

We are delighted to announce the addition of 9 prestigious new titles to the Oxford Journals Collection for 2014. New additions include BioScience, The Philosophical Quarterly, Music Theory Spectrum and the Journal of Music Therapy (all moving to Oxford University Press in 2014).

• View the full 2014 Oxford Journals Collection title list and learn about the 9 new titles joining the Collection by viewing the 2014 brochure.

The 2014 Subject Collections

The 2014 Collection includes highly cited journals in the fields of Medicine, Life Sciences, Humanities, Law, Mathematics and Physical Sciences, and Social Sciences. View the full list of titles in each subject collection below.


Medicine Collection
Life Sciences
Humanities
Law
Mathematics and Physical Sciences
Social Sciences

Specialist Collections

Customers involved in medicine, policy-making, religion or economics and finance may also be interested in our specialist collections, ideally tailored to their fields.

For more information please contact us.

Subscription options:

Collection subscriptions | Single subscriptions | Developing Countries Collection

The Oxford Journals Archive

With content from 1849-1995, the Oxford Journals Archive features articles from Volume 1, Issue 1, and allows users to enhance their current understanding by exploring changes in opinion over 146 years.