Oxford Academic Journals

At the moment, more than 2,775,000 materials of articles, reviews, publications of scientific journals are available to us.

For a complete list, go to https://academic.oup.com/journals

Next, click the “search” button (in the form of a magnifying glass in the upper right corner) with an empty field or enter a keyword on the topic of interest to you.

In the opened window all available Oxford Academic Journals materials or topics of interest will be presented.

To get free access materials, filter them as follows:

  1. Scroll through the page below and in the lower left corner check the boxes on the “Open Access” and “Free” marks.
  2. Select all the points you are interested in: format of materials, type of articles, branch of knowledge, journal name, category, publication date.


Oxford University Press (OUP) publishes the highest quality journals and delivers this research to the widest possible audience. We achieve this by working closely with our society partners, authors, and subscribers in order to provide them with publishing services that support their research needs.

Part of the academic community

Oxford University Press prides itself on being both a part of and a partner in the academic community. A department of the University of Oxford, OUP draws on a prestigious research heritage and a deep understanding of the wants and needs of researchers and academics. As a member of the academic community, we understand and can address the needs of our publishing partners in a way that no profit-driven publisher can.

Tailored society publishing

OUP does not adopt a one-size-fits all approach; we work with our partners towards clear objectives, tailoring services to individual journal needs and offering a range of options across all functions. We provide expert advice to ensure each journal’s continued and optimal development. This takes many forms, including:

  • Strategic support
  • Journal layout
  • Production services
  • Editorial services
  • Marketing and promotions
  • Online functionality