Our fellow members receive electronic access to one of our three journal series, via MyRSS.
Members can keep up-to-date with journal content by opting to receive email alerts from Oxford University Press (OUP).
OUP offers a variety of options to tailor the alerts to better meet your needs:
- New issue alerts – receive an email when a new issue of a particular journal publishes, listing all the articles in that issue
- Advance article alert – receive an email when articles publish online ahead of print (participating journals only)
- Saved search alerts - receive an email when new content is published that matches search criteria (e.g. select a subject from the taxonomy to receive alerts whenever new relevant content publishes)
- Article activity alert – receive an email showing comments added, citation count changes, corrections, and retractions.
You’ll first need to create an account on Oxford Academic, or sign in if you have an account already. Visit Oxford Academic to find all the instructions for this and for signing up for the email alerts.
You can also follow Series A on Twitter for updates.
OnlineOpen - Open Access publishing in RSS publications
Our journals are compliant with Research Councils UK (RCUK) and other open access policies. Authors of articles in the journals can choose to make their articles open access and available free for all readers through the payment of an author fee.
To find out more:
For details and guidance on submitting a paper go to Submit a paper.
Purchase single articles
Single articles from the journals can be purchased from OUP.
- Series A (1838 – current)
- Series B (1934 – current)
- Series C (1952 – current)
- Series D (1950 – 2003) (Series D was amalgamated with Series A, B and C after 2003)
Paper data sets and computer code
Wiley, the publisher of the journal, publish data sets and computer code associated with papers. Data sets and computer code associated with papers are published in the Wiley Online Library.
JSTOR journal archive
Content from the journals is available to institutions that subscribe to the JSTOR journal archive. Individual papers can also be purchased from the archive.