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Open Access Social Sciences, Arts & Humanities

Taylor & Francis Group publishes over 275 fully open access journals and over 2,500 hybrid journals across multiple imprints (including Routledge and Cogent OA) and in a wide variety of subject areas.

As a researcher in the Social Sciences, Arts or Humanities, your research may take one of many different forms; we encourage authors to embed links to other non-text sources of evidence, including video, audio and data visualization, data sets, code, and other supplementary materials.

Taylor & Francis journals
Routledge journals
Cogent OA journals

This page serves as a resource for authors and researchers in the Social Sciences, Arts & Humanities looking to publish open access, and will help you find the journal most suited to your research.

To help you find the journal best suited to your research area and needs, explore the host areas below. Each will provide you with information on our open access journals in that subject area and options for publishing green or hybrid open access too.

Arts & Humanities
Behavioral Sciences & Social Care
Business, Economics & Sociology
Geography, Information Science, Sport & Heritage
Politics, International Relations & Area Studies

Fees and funding

When publishing an article open access, researchers will normally be required to pay an article publishing charge (APC). Though funding is often a challenge for researchers in SSAH, there are many funding options available to help authors cover publishing charges.
Open access fees and funding

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What are the advantages of publishing open access for you, the author?

As an author, publishing open access provides many benefits:

  • Increase the the visibility and readership of your research
  • Make an impact beyond academia
  • Freely share your work
  • Comply with funder mandates