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OI Reader
OI Reader
OI Reader is the Omohundro Institute’s platform for publishing a digital edition of the William and Mary Quarterly and additional digital projects that expand our understanding of early American history intellectually, conceptually and rhetorically.

OI Reader Features

At your fingertips:

  • Personal Library: Manage saved articles, passages, notes, and citations
  • Note-Taking: Capture your thoughts on each article in the WMQ
  • Citations: Generate and copy citations to reference in your own works
  • Visual Media: High-resolution images, audio samples, videos, and special interactive content
  • WMQ Issues: A selection of new and classic WMQ essays as well as all-new issues of the journal beginning with October 2019
  • Exclusive Articles: “Born-digital” content published only on OI Reader
  • Supplemental Materials: Additional content for Doing History, the OI’s podcast about how historians work
    • Create Citations
    • Take Notes
    • Save Passages
    • Manage Library

OI Reader Features

At your fingertips:

  • Personal Library: Manage saved articles, passages, notes, and citations
  • Note-Taking: Capture your thoughts on each article in the WMQ
  • Citations: Generate and copy citations to reference in your own works
  • Visual Media: High-resolution images, audio samples, videos, and special interactive content
  • WMQ Issues: A selection of new and classic WMQ essays as well as all-new issues of the journal beginning with October 2019
  • Exclusive Articles: “Born-digital” content published only on OI Reader
  • Supplemental Materials: Additional content for Doing History, the OI’s podcast about how historians work

Save Passages

Manage Library

Manage Library

Take Notes

Create Citations

Create Citations

CURRENT ISSUEBack Issues
April 2020
William and Mary Quarterly
3d Ser., 77, No. 2
OPEN WMQ ARTICLESAll Articles
Born Digital
Hidden in Plain Sight
Simon P. Newman
Born Digital
Singing Box 331
Rachel Wheeler & Sarah Eyerly
Born Digital
Hidden in Plain Sight
Simon P. Newman

Submission Information

If you have an unpublished scholarly article about an early American topic, we would love to hear about it. Please see our Submission Guidelines on the OI website.

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