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Type Title Description Keywords Full details
Link Literature, Art and Oxford

Podcasts on literature and art related to Oxford.

Fiction, Novels, Twentieth-century, Oxford view
Link Oxford History

An authoritative and constantly-evolving archive of material on Oxford's heritage, including detailed histories of principle streets and the...

Oxford, Urban & metropolitan history, Built environment, Buildings, Social history, Economic history, Public health, History view
Link Oxfordshire Heritage Search

A catalogue of Oxfordshire's cultural and heritage resources. Includes searchable material from Oxfordshire museums and archaeolgical services,...

Social history, Economic history, Oxford, Oxfordshire, Architecture, Archaeology, Buildings, History view
Link Oxfordshire History Gateway

A guide and reference source for researchers and potential researchers into Oxfordshire’s history, archaeology, landscape and buildings. It aims...

Oxford, Oxfordshire, Use of historical sources, Landscape, Buildings, History view
Link Oxoniensia on-line

The annual journal of the Oxfordshire Architectural and Historical Society (OAHS), first published in 1936. One of the foremost archaeological,...

Oxford, Oxfordshire, Built environment, Buildings, Landscape, Topography, History view
Link Tolkien at Oxford

Oxford University podcast series on Tolkien’s life, writing, and manuscripts.

J. R. R. Tolkien, Oxford, Manuscripts, Fiction, Twentieth-century view
Link Women composers at Oxford: Cinderella (1858-1944) and other role models

In the history of Oxford University, women and music have shared a Cinderella-like status before the 20th Century. In this talk, Dr Wollenberg...

Music, composers, Women, Oxford view
Link Your House, My House - Oxford Suburbs 1800 - 2001

Deatiled social, architectural and economic histories of five suburbs in Oxford - Jericho, North Oxford, Rose Hill, Florence Park and Blackbird...

Oxford, Urban & metropolitan history, Social history, Economic history, Architecture, Suburbs, 19th century, 20th century, Victorian, History view
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