Oxford Companions

Oxford Companions is a book series published by Oxford University Press, providing general knowledge within a specific area.[1] The first book published in the series was The Oxford Companion to English Literature (1932), compiled by the retired diplomat Sir Paul Harvey.

The series has included (in alphabetical order):

TitleSubjectComments
The Oxford Companion to Aboriginal Art and CultureAboriginal art and culture
The Oxford Companion to African American LiteratureAfrican American literature
The Oxford Companion to American Food and DrinkAmerican food and drink
The Oxford Companion to American LawAmerican law
The Oxford Companion to American LiteratureAmerican literature
The Oxford Companion to American Military HistoryAmerican military history
The Oxford Companion to the American Musical: Theatre, Film, and TelevisionAmerican musicals
The Oxford Companion to American TheatreAmerican theatre
The Oxford Companion to Animal BehaviourAnimal behaviour
The Oxford Companion to ArchaeologyArchaeology
The Oxford Companion to ArtArt
The Oxford Companion to Australian Children's LiteratureAustralian children's literature
The Oxford Companion to Australian FolkloreAustralian folklore
Oxford Companion to Australian GardensAustralian gardens
The Oxford Companion to Australian HistoryAustralian history
The Oxford Companion to Australian LiteratureAustralian literature
The Oxford Companion to Australian Military HistoryAustralian military history
Oxford Companion to Australian PoliticsAustralian politics
The Oxford Companion to Australian SportAustralian sport
The Oxford Companion to BeerBeer
The Oxford Companion to the BibleThe Bible
The Oxford Companion to Black British HistoryBlack British history
The Oxford Companion to the BodyThe human body
The Oxford Companion to British HistoryBritish history
The Oxford Companion to the BrontësThe Brontës
The Oxford Companion to Canadian History and LiteratureCanadian history and literature
The Oxford Companion to Canadian LiteratureCanadian literature
The Oxford Companion to ChaucerChaucer
The Oxford Companion to ChessChess
The Oxford Companion to Children's LiteratureChildren's literature
The Oxford Companion to Christian Art and ArchitectureChristian art and architecture
The Oxford Companion to Christian ThoughtChristian thought
The Oxford Companion to Classical CivilizationClassical civilization
The Oxford Companion to Classical LiteratureClassical literature
The Oxford Companion to CosmologyCosmology
The Oxford Companion to Crime and Mystery WritingCrime and mystery writing
The Oxford Companion to the Decorative ArtsThe decorative arts
The Oxford Companion to the EarthEarth
The Oxford Companion to Edwardian FictionEdwardian fiction
The Oxford Companion to the English LanguageThe English language
The Oxford Companion to English LiteratureEnglish literature
The Oxford Companion to Fairy TalesFairy tales
The Oxford Companion to FilmFilm
The Oxford Companion to FoodFood
The New Oxford Companion to Literature in FrenchFrench literature
The Oxford Companion to French LiteratureFrench literature
The Oxford Companion to the GardenGardens
The Oxford Companion to GardensGardens
The Oxford Companion to German LiteratureGerman literature
The Oxford Companion to Global ChangeGlobal change
The Oxford Companion to the High Court of AustraliaThe High Court of Australia
The Oxford Companion to the History of Modern ScienceThe history of modern science
The Oxford Companion to Indian Archaeology: The Archaeological Foundations of Ancient IndiaIndian archaeology
The Oxford Companion to Indian TheatreIndian theatre
The Oxford Companion to International Criminal JusticeInternational criminal justice
The Oxford Companion to Irish HistoryIrish history
The Oxford Companion to Irish LiteratureIrish literature
The Oxford Companion to Italian FoodItalian food
The Oxford Companion to Italian LiteratureItalian literature
The Oxford Companion to J. M. W. TurnerJ. M. W. Turner
The Oxford Companion to JazzJazz
The New Oxford Companion to LawLaw
The Oxford Companion to LawLaw
The Oxford Companion to the Literature of WalesThe literature of Wales
The Oxford Companion to Local and Family HistoryLocal and family history
The Oxford Companion to Mark TwainMark Twain
The Oxford Companion to MedicineMedicine
The Oxford Illustrated Companion to MedicineMedicine
The Oxford Medical CompanionMedicine
The Oxford Companion to Military HistoryMilitary history
The Oxford Companion to the MindThe mind
The New Oxford Companion to MusicMusic
The Oxford Companion to MusicMusic
The Oxford Companion to Musical InstrumentsMusical instruments
The Oxford Companion to New Zealand LiteratureNew Zealand literature
The Oxford Names CompanionNames
The Oxford Companion to PhilosophyPhilosophy
The Oxford Companion to the PhotographPhotography
The Oxford Companion to Politics in IndiaPolitics of India
The Oxford Companion to Politics of the WorldPolitics of the world
The Oxford Companion to Popular MusicPopular music
An Oxford Companion to the Romantic Age: British Culture, 1776-1832The Romantic Age
The Oxford Companion to Scottish HistoryScottish history
The Oxford Companion to the Second World WarWorld War II
The Oxford Companion to ShakespeareShakespeare
The Oxford Companion to Ships and the SeaShips and the sea
The Oxford India Guide Companion to Sociology and Social AnthropologySociology and social anthropology
The Oxford Companion to Spanish LiteratureSpanish literature
The Oxford Companion to Spirits and CocktailsDistilled spirits beverages
The Oxford Companion to the Supreme Court of the United StatesThe Supreme Court of the United States
The Oxford Companion to Twentieth-Century ArtTwentieth-century art
The Oxford Companion to Twentieth-Century British PoliticsTwentieth-century British politics
The Oxford Companion to Twentieth-Century Literature in EnglishTwentieth-century literature in English
The Oxford Companion to Twentieth-Century Poetry in EnglishTwentieth-century poetry in English
The Oxford Companion to United States HistoryUnited States history
The Oxford Companion to WineWine
The Oxford Companion to Women's Writing in the United StatesWomen's writing in the United States
The Oxford Companion to World ExplorationWorld exploration
The Oxford Companion to World MythologyWorld mythology
The Oxford Companion to World Sports and GamesWorld sports and games
The Oxford Companion to the Year: An Exploration of Calendar Customs and Time-reckoningCalendar customs and time-reckoning

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