We've digitized over 200 years of academic research contained within our journals to make access to this vital research as easy as reading today's articles. These historic discoveries are still impacting modern research, content in our archives has had 1.3 million citations in the last 5 years!
Benefits for your Library:
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The collections are also packed with content related to Africa
Below are just a few examples of journals from our African Studies collection containing archival content...
Celebrating it's centenary with an Archive dating back to 1921! This international interdisciplinary journal aims to publish high-quality conceptual and empirical writing relevant to Africa. Disciplines include anthropology, critical race, gender and sexuality studies, geography, history, and politics.
South African Geographical Journal:
Over 100 years old with an archive dating back to 1917! This is the flagship journal of the Society of South African Geographers. The journal aims at using southern Africa as a region from, and through, which to communicate geographic knowledge and to engage with issues and themes relevant to the discipline.
With an archive dating back to 1965, African Zoology is published by NISC in association with the Zoological Society of South Africa and publishes original scientific contributions and critical reviews that focus principally on African fauna in terrestrial, freshwater, and marine ecosystems.
Ostrich: Journal of African Ornithology:
With an archive dating back to 1941, Ostrich is the leading ornithological journal in Africa and publishes peer-reviewed scientific papers and short communications on all aspects of ornithology conducted in Africa and its associated islands and marine habitats.
Highly-cited Taylor & Francis Archive content by African Authors
Online Journal Archive Subject Collections
We have 31 subject collections in total ranging in size and specialty, spilt into two packages, classic archives and modern archives.
Why is historical research important for your institution?
Research from our classic archives has been cited over 1,300,000 times in the past 5 years and has influenced over 11,000 government documents.
Check out our infographic for a snapshot of how historical content impacts current research: