The home of Oxford's politics textbooks online

Annual Politics Trove Student Survey 

The annual student survey is now open, allowing you to provide us with your all-important feedback on your experiences with using Politics Trove so far this year. 

Please follow this link to share your opinions with us to support the continued improvement of Politics Trove. Feedback will remain anonymous.  

Additionally, participants will be offered the option to enter into a prize draw to win one of 10 prizes, your choice of three titles from our Very Short Introduction series. 

Survey closing date 31st March 2023. 


We run regular webinars throughout term time to help students, librarians and academics get to grips with Politics Trove. They typically last 30 minutes, and times are shown in GMT.

Tuesday 25th April, 11am: Revision Webinar Sign up
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Why Oxford Politics Trove?

Oxford Politics Trove encourages you to read widely, think critically, and come to your own conclusions. Our powerful search facility means you can delve into topics more deeply, navigate more easily, and connect with additional resources in your own institution’s library collection.

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Explore the 2022 collections

Oxford Politics Trove contains over 50 politics and international relations textbooks across core and optional modules. Explore the 2022 collections, and contact your local campus representative to find out more.

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For students

Make sure you've set up your personal profile to make the most of your Oxford Politics Trove access. Take a look at our walk-through video guides to find out how.

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For lecturers

Oxford University Press provides a range of resources to help you effectively embed Oxford Politics Trove into your teaching. Contact your local publisher representative to find out more.