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By Melissa Rayner
Oxford University Press has been one of the biggest names in academic publishing almost since the industry’s inception. The first book was printed in Oxford in 1478, and although the formal press had not yet been born, Oxford University involved itself with several printers over the century that followed. Now, the press publishes over 6,000 titles and sells more than 110 million units each year. It has offices in 50 countries and is the largest university press in the world.
Oxford University Press’s award-winning catalog includes dictionaries, English language teaching materials, children’s books, journals, scholarly monographs, printed music, higher education textbooks, and schoolbooks that cover a vast range of disciplinary topics.
What’s available on GVRL?
Oxford University Press titles are available in our numerous humanities and social sciences collections. View the complete list of collections here.
You can see the complete list of Oxford University Press titles currently available on the GVRL site. New titles will be added as they become available.
About the Author
Melissa is obsessed with books, birds, and bonbons. She is a new mom and holds an MA in Applied Sociology. She also writes fiction and skips about the interweb as Emlyn Chand.