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Did you know that you could be able to publish your history research open access at no cost to yourself?

The Jisc open access agreement allows authors at participating UK institutions to publish open access in over 2,000 journals.

As one of the leading humanities publishers, we are excited to offer you the opportunity of publishing your history research open access with Taylor & Francis.

With all journals featured in this collection you can…

  • Get more views and citations:
    Open access articles achieve 95% more citations and more than 7 times the downloads of non-open access

  • Comply with funding mandates:
    Our gold open access history journals are fully funder compliant, making them an excellent option to increase the impact of your research

  • Increase visibility and connections:
    We use the Creative Commons Attribution (CC BY) license. This means that, while you retain copyright, your peers can distribute, remix, and build upon your work, enabling further innovation and cross-disciplinary global collaboration

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Contemporary British History
Publishes articles and review essays on British society, culture, politics, foreign policy and economy in the recent past, particularly the period since 1945.
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The International History Review
Publishes research on the history of international relations and the history of international thought, including history of conflicts, diplomacy and more.
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History of European Ideas
Publishes research on the intellectual history of Europe from the Renaissance onwards, from political and economic thought to philosophy, science and literature
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Journal of War & Culture Studies
Emphasises cultural histories and cultural production as significant forces that have shaped experiences, representations and memories of war.
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Journal of Medieval History
Publishing original work focusing on patterns and processes at various temporal and spatial scales across different levels of biological organization.
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The London Journal
The London Journal publishes multi-disciplinary work on all aspects of London, such as its history, economy, geography, archaeology and its literary history.
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Cold War History
Publishes historical literature on the Cold War era, its origins, impact on regions and alliances, the military, economy and social and intellectual growths.
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Women’s History Review
Publishes articles and viewpoints on women’s history, furthering feminist knowledge and debate about women and/or gender relations in various disciplines.
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