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The Oxford Culture Review is dedicated to arts and humanities research and events. It began as a personal blog, and has expanded rapidly since then. We now have a team of writers who specialise in certain areas to interview and review.
We also accept guest posts for the Long View. This is a research-driven series written by academics who want to share their work in a non-academic context, for readers who are interested in and care about their ideas. More details about submitting can be found here.
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We schedule reviews at least a week to a fortnight in advance, with scheduling confirmed on Sundays. If you would like to request a reviewer for a performance or exhibition, please contact us as far in advance as possible. Please address theatre inquiries to Leah Broad.
If you would like to send books for review, please send them to Leah Broad, Christ Church, St Aldate’s, Oxford OX1 1DP.
The Long View, Features, and Opinion
We have separate guidelines for submitting to these sections. For the Long View, please see the Opportunities page. For opinion pieces, please send a brief article pitch of a couple of sentences, along with a very short biography. Please address all inquiries for this section to Theophilus Kwek.
All original content copyright Leah Broad 2012-2018, unless otherwise stated. All opinions expressed in interviews are those of the interviewee, and do not necessarily represent those of The Oxford Culture Review or its writers.
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Glad to have found your blog which seems stuffed full of delights. Regards from Thom at the immortal jukebox.
Thanks Thom I’m so glad you enjoyed it! Hope you continue to find things that interest you.
Now that the Oxford Times does not publish reviews, there are any number of events, worthwhile, which would dearly love to receive an honest critique. For example I’m involved in http://www.nc3.org.uk/20141108.asp soon. What would it need to get such events written up?
Hi, thank you for contacting us! I’m afraid this particular event is a little outside our remit, we tend primarily to review events within Oxford or London. However, if you are involved in any events in either city that you would like us to cover, then please email us with details at email@example.com. Thank you!