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Taylor & Francis Online Journal Archives

"If history and science have taught us anything, it is that passion and desire are not the same as truth." -  E. O. Wilson

Taylor & Francis have 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, with content in our archives having over 1.3 million citations in the last 5 years!

With over 1500 titles in our Online Journal Archives, we have flexible options available for institutions to have easy access to the historical content they need. 

Library Benefits:

  • One time purchase: no need to budget for annual costs, pay one flat rate
  • Customizable: customize the collection to fit your library's needs
  • Perpetual access: forever access to essential content 

Online Journal Archive Subject Collections

The Online Journal Archive Subject Collections are ideal for institutions that want complete subject coverage. There are 31 collections ranging in size and specialty, and there will undoubtedly be something to suit the needs of your users without the lengthy process of identifying individual journals.

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Custom Archive Collections

Custom Archive Collections are perfect for institutions seeking content their users are unable to access, undergoing digitization projects or looking to complete their collections. These tailored collections allow you to custom curate the right archive collection for your academic’s needs- and your library’s budget.

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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Check out our infographic for a snapshot of how historical content impacts current research: