The Oxonian Review features essays and reviews of recently published work in literature, politics, history, science and the arts. It is published by graduate members of the University of Oxford, although it welcomes contributions from other University members and non-Oxford affiliates. Contributors bear sole responsibility for its content, which in no way reflects the views of the University of Oxford.
Founded as the Oxonian Review of Books at Balliol College, Oxford, in 2001, the Oxonian Review publishes biweekly, on Mondays during Oxford term-time. Published in print on a termly basis from 2001 to 2008, the Oxonian Review relaunched in January 2009 as an online biweekly review.
The Oxonian Review takes pride in providing a platform and a thorough editing process for first-time writers. Among those who have written for us, many have since been published in national publications. They include: Tom Chatfield, a noted writer and commentator on digital culture; Adam Harper, author of Infinite Music; and Alex Niven, author of Folk Opposition (2011).