About Oxford Historical Treaties
Oxford Historical Treaties (OHT) is the premier resource for historical treaty research and home to the full text of The Consolidated Treaty Series, the only comprehensive collection of treaties of all nations concluded from 1648 through 1919.
The Consolidated Treaty Series is already established as the primary resource for research on historical treaties, but has never before been made available in the digital space.
Individual treaties from within the series are reproduced as PDFs exactly as they appear in the print series. The treaty titles and introductory information are discoverable via deep tagging and XML data, and searchable by treaty party, Consolidated Treaty Series (CTS) citation, and date or date range.
OHT also features the Oxford Law Citator, which provides links between related cases, articles, and additional materials within OHT, other online resources from OUP, and selected third party websites. Available via the Oxford Public International Law platform, OHT is cross-searchable with Oxford’s leading public international law resources and benefits from a modern, intuitive interface and sophisticated functionality.
Key Site Features:
- Access, for the first time, the complete Consolidated Treaty Series, in an accessible, intuitive format
- Editor Randall Lesaffer – Professor of Legal History at Tilburg Law School – ensures accuracy and authority while overseeing the expansion of the site to include additional commentary and contextual information
- Advanced search capabilities ensure that users can quickly locate treaties by treaty party, Consolidated Treaty Series (CTS) citation, and date or date range
- Available via the Oxford Public International Law platform, allowing users to cross-search all of Oxford’s public international law resources
- Extend research capabilities using the Oxford Law Citator – a ground-breaking research navigation tool providing direct links between Oxford content and carefully selected third party websites