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About the Archive
Oxford Journals Archive contains 140 journals from Volume 1, Issue 1 until the end of 1995. Full-text pdfs of each article with HTML headers and abstracts are available along with images and graphics.
The issues are complied into subject-based archives:
The Humanities Archive (1849-1995)
With more than 900,000 pages and 300,000 articles, the Humanities Archive includes important articles in history, music, religion, philosophy, literary studies and linguistics. The Humanities Archive includes titles such as Essays in Criticism, Journal of Theological Studies, Past and Present and Mind.
The Medicine Archive (1878-1995)
The Medicine Archive covers topics ranging from clinical medicine through to public health and epidemiology. The Medicine Archive includes titles such as Brain, European Heart Journal, International Journal of Anaesthesia, Rheumatology, American Journal of Epidemiology and the Journal of the National Cancer Institute.
The Science Archive (1878-1995)
The Science Archive comprises of numerous leading, high impact molecular biology titles and prominent journals in mathematics, statistics, physics and computing. The Science Archive includes titles such as Annals of Botany, Brain, Mutagenesis and Nucleic Acids Research.
The Law Archive (1961-1995)
The Law Archive comprises of more than 50,000 pages of a wide range of high-quality journals. Along with general titles in legal studies and international law, it also includes a variety of specialised journals in subjects such as medical and environmental law. The Law Archive includes titles such as International and Comparative Law Quarterly, British Journal of Criminology and the Medical Law Review.
The Social Science Archive (1902-1995)
With more than 290,000 pages, the Social Science Archive illuminates the history behind this multidisciplinary subject, and facilitates tracking the changing natures of social sciences in a global environment. With many distinguished economics journals and a wide variety of titles in political science, sociology and social work, the archive offers a single resource for students and researchers. The Social Science Archive includes titles such as African Affairs, Political Analysis and Social Politics: International Studies in Gender, State and Society.