Oxford University Press and Oxford Scholarly Editions Online (OSEO) are proud to be attending this year’s Classical Association Conference.
If you are planning a visit, stop by our stand to find out more about upcoming OSEO updates, receive a 20% discount on Classics books, and claim a month’s free access to OSEO Classics.
With a programme designed to reflect the enormous breadth and depth of Classical Studies today, we’ve delved into the conference’s themes to provide extracts from key Classical texts. In addition, discover the very latest 'classical conversations', insights, and analysis on the OUPblog.
OSEO Classics brings Oxford Classical Texts online for the first time. To name a few, these include Heyworth’s Propertius, Tarrant’s Metamorphoses, and Zimmerman’s Apuleius. Detailed commentaries such as Cornell’s Fragments of the Roman Historians, Fowler on Lucretius, and Nisbet & Hubbard on Horace are also featured, along with translations from the Oxford World’s Classics series.
OSEO is available to institutions worldwide, so ask your librarian if you have access. If you don’t, then recommend this essential resource to your librarian today.