16 January, 2021

Gabriel Roberts

The Aims and Morality of History

Donald Bloxham, History and Morality and Why History?


9 January, 2021

Erin Minogue

‘The briefest and slipperiest of seasons’

Ali Smith, Summer. Shortlisted in the Oxonian Review Summer Book Competition


15 December, 2020

Joseph Turner

Intimate but Distant

Mina Gorji, Art of Escape. Shortlisted in the Oxonian Review Summer Book Competition


2 December, 2020

Maya Krishnan

To Have Been Her

Phoebe Stuckes, Platinum Blonde .


25 November, 2020

Theodore Davies

‘These are the gems of the human soul’

Olga Tokarczuk, Drive Your Plow Over the Bones of the Dead. Runner-up of the Oxonian Review Summer Book Competition


18 November, 2020

Jack Graveney

Life and death on the dehesa

László Krasznahorkai, The Last Wolf. Winner of the Oxonian Review Summer Book Competition


2 November, 2020

Daniel Sutton

Narrative History and Electoral Politics

Alexander Keyssar, Why Do We Still Have The Electoral College?


20 October, 2020

Maya Krishnan

Just Enough: A Conventional Conversation

Claudia Rankine, Just Us: An American Conversation


15 October, 2020

Oxonian Review

Summer Book Review Competition: Results

The results of our inaugural book review competition


7 October, 2020

Caspar Jacobs

‘The confusion that reigns in our organs’

An essay on 18th century philosopher Émilie du Châtelet's idealism about bodies