Be Inspired by History

Routledge offers you an array of ways to investigate our history journal content from themed approaches such as the WW1 Collection and TIME to the Most Read articles and #ReadMyResearch which reveals the articles being most talked about online. You can also explore the absolute Best of our Archive which looks right back to the beginning of our journal content and journey through our Open Select page which brings together recent history articles published Open Access. We hope you will find these different ways of discovering the best of history research, truly inspiring for your own work.

Be Inspired by History

History Table of Contents Alerts

Table of contents alerts are a convienient way to keep up-to-date with the latest research being published in your area. Register for alerts and you will receive a…

Democracy

In the special free access article collection below we have brought together key research from our History, Politics, Communication Studies, International Relations,…

TIME Collection: Arts and Humanities

Unearth our Philosophy, Religion and Theology vaults today, how have great minds understood our place in time throughout the ages? Find out now; simply click on the…

Essential Reading List: Articles

The ‘Research and Learning Collection’ brings together a variety of interdisciplinary perspectives to help shine light on World War I in its political, military,…

Social Media Research

What impact has social media had on our world? To mark the Social Media Day and Weeks of 2016, we are pleased to bring you a new free collection of articles…

Human World: Arts & Humanities

In this collection, Human Creativity is under the microscope, with many questions addressed by our Arts & Humanities journals.  If you're a historian, how has…

#ReadMyResearch History

Explore a selection of some of our most popular History articles on Facebook, Twitter and Altmetrics from 2015. Select one of the following categories to start…

History Special Issues

Discover the latest special issues from our History journals.  To read these issues please log on via your institution. Don’t have access to these…

Arts & Humanities Archives

We've picked hundreds of the most read and most cited articles from the Taylor & Francis Online Archive, and made them free for you to read in 2016. Rediscover some…

History Open Select

Want to keep up-to-date with the latest research developments in your field, but don’t have subscriptions to the relevant journals? Explore the articles below, all…

STAR Research in History

The articles below demonstrate a selection of recently published History articles from authors in emerging regions. If you're based in an emerging region and want to…