In addition to its broad array of individually commissioned articles, the Oxford Research Encyclopedias include articles from special edited collections on select subfields, which are also published as stand-alone printed volumes.
The Oxford Encyclopedia of Curriculum Studies provides a unique reference work on contemporary curriculum studies, a field dedicated to inquiry into what is worthwhile to know and experience in order to contribute meaningfully to individual and social growth.
The Oxford Encyclopedia of Educational Administration provides a global overview of the expansive, ever-evolving body of research in educational administration and leadership, considered across educational contexts.
The Oxford Encyclopedia of Educational Psychology brings together leading scholars from the vast and varied global domain of educational psychology to provide a common language for researchers, practitioners, and students in the field.
The Oxford Encyclopedia of Gender and Sexuality in Education gathers a diverse group of scholars from around the globe to summarize and synthesize the rapidly expanding body of research on gender and sexuality in educational settings.
The Oxford Encyclopedia of Global Perspectives on Teacher Education is international in scope and encompasses the breadth of significant scholarship in the field.
The Oxford Encyclopedia of Inclusive and Special Education gathers researchers and practitioners from around the globe to explore a wide range of topics at the nexus of inclusive and special schooling.
The Oxford Encyclopedia of Philosophy of Education aims to engage a broad array of scholars from around the world in order to reflect philosophically on a range of contemporary issues in education.
The Oxford Encyclopedia of Qualitative Research Methods in Education provides a diverse overview of the wide variety of qualitative approaches to studying education, including ethnography, interviews, narrative, and case studies.
The Oxford Encyclopedia of Race and Education is designed to provide researchers, students, and teachers access to research, theories, and historical and contemporary reviews of the complex and intersectional ways that race is enacted in educational practices around the world.
The Oxford Encyclopedia of School Reform brings together a broad international collection of scholars to provide an analytical overview of the many strands of social science research on school reform.