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|Literature, Art and Oxford||
Podcasts on literature and art related to Oxford.
|Fiction, Novels, Twentieth-century, Oxford||view|
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|
|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|
|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|
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|
|Tolkien at Oxford||
Oxford University podcast series on Tolkien’s life, writing, and manuscripts.
|J. R. R. Tolkien, Oxford, Manuscripts, Fiction, Twentieth-century||view|
|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|
|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|