Publish your Social Science, Arts, or Humanities COVID-19 Research.
The impacts of COVID-19 affect nearly every aspect peoples’ lives. Research in the Social Sciences, Arts and Humanities plays a crucial role in understanding and addressing these impacts. We are pleased to share with you some current research on the 2020 pandemic and a number of funding opportunities for your COVID-19 research.
We hope you are inspired by the thoughtful Social Science and Humanities research we have already published on COVID-19, and will take a moment to find the perfect home for your research. To learn how you can publish in our Routledge or Cogent imprints, view our selection of journals suggestions below and click the journal cover to submit today.
Need help finding funding for COVID-19 related research?
Click through to the links below to find more information on current funding opportunities.
- AHRC welcomes applications to the UKRI open call for research and innovation ideas to the COVID-19 pandemic and its impacts.
- NIHR Policy Research Programme invites applications for research to inform the policy response to challenges posed by COVID-19; and to capture learning arising from the pandemic.
- NIH Office of Behavioral and Social Sciences Research shares funding opportunities encouraging COVID-19 behavioral and social sciences research.
- NIMHD invites applicants for research on community interventions to address the consequences of the COVID-19 pandemic among health disparity and vulnerable populations.
Taylor & Francis partners with a number of institutions around the world to help researchers publish open access. To find out if you’re eligible for publishing support funds, visit our open access members site.
Read current COVID-19 research published in Routledge journals.
|Mobilizing Policy (In)Capacity to Fight COVID-19: Understanding Variations in State Responses||Giliberto Capano , Michael Howlett , Darryl S.L. Jarvis , M. Ramesh & Nihit Goyal||Policy and Society|
|COVID-19: how much unemployment was caused by the shutdown in Germany?||Anja Bauer||Applied Economic Letters|
|Adapting mental health services to the COVID-19 pandemic: reflections from professionals in four countries||Tomas Jurcik , G. Eric Jarvis , Jelena Zeleskov Doric , Yulia Krasavtseva , Alexandra Yaltonskaya , Kaori Ogiwara , Jun Sasaki , Stephanie Dubois & Karina Grigoryan||Counselling Psychology Quarterly|
|Does Density Aggravate the COVID-19 Pandemic?||Shima Hamidi, Sadegh Sabouri & Reid Ewing||Journal of the American Planning Association|
|Touchless classes and absent bodies: teaching physical education in times of Covid-19||Valeria Varea & Gustavo González-Calvo||Sport, Education and Society|