Writing for the Oxford Research Encyclopedia
The will continue to evolve to cover the entire span of the field of literature. We are working to create a discipline hub, with the goal of helping scholars, researchers, scientists, teachers, and students by providing an in-depth collection of peer-reviewed, long-form reference articles.
Why Publish in the Oxford Research Encyclopedia?
The ORE of Literature is a dynamic, scholarly, and up-to-date reference work in literature, developed with the active involvement of renowned scholars from all around the world. Here are some of the benefits of publishing in the ORE:
Peer review: Your article, like all articles published in the ORE, will be peer reviewed by other experts in the field.
Impact on future research: Your work will publish fast and will be distributed worldwide. It will be discoverable online, indexed in key databases, and promoted at international conferences.
Global dissemination and visibility: Your scholarship will be disseminated digitally and, as needed, in print, in libraries all around the world, reaching a worldwide readership.
Access and sustainability: The ORE is based on sustainable library subscription models developed with input from librarians all around the world. Access is free or heavily subsidized in developing countries.
Flexibility: The sophisticated ORE platform supports flexible length and audio-visual materials, and gives authors the ability to revise and keep their articles up-to-date.