Welcome to the Routledge Journals Education Hub!
Routledge, Taylor & Francis is the world’s leading academic publisher in Education, publishing a wide range of books, journals, and other resources for researchers, faculty, scholarly societies, universities, libraries, and educators. We are proud to support the AERA scholarly community!
This hub enables you to easily navigate between the different subject areas, meet the editorial team responsible for the management of the journals, and explore our newly launched Routledge Open Research!
Meet the Team
Below you can meet the expert editorial team responsible for the management of our education journals, simply scroll through using the arrows to find the subject area or areas you are interested in and find out who manages these journals.
If you are a researcher who would like to learn more about our publishing program, or if you represent a learned Society, Journal or Organisation who may be interested in partnering with Routledge, please feel free to send an email to our Taylor & Francis representatives to arrange a no-obligations discussion. We look forward to hearing from you!
Early Years, Moral, Religious and Philosophy of Education, and History of Education
Abi Amey has worked at Routledge since 2016 and manages journals related to Early Years, Moral, Religious and Philosophy of Education, and History of Education. Since joining Taylor & Francis, Abi has worked in the Open Access and Peer Review teams before joining as a Portfolio Manager in Education. Abi also manages our fully open titles. Abi has a Batchelor of Science in Sociology from the University of Surrey and is based in the United Kingdom.Email
Sociology of Education, Language Learning and Educational Psychology
Sociology of Education; Language Learning; Educational Psychology Hannah McCluskey joined Routledge in 2016 and manages journals specialising in Sociology of Education, Language Learning and Educational Psychology. Hannah works with Editors and Societies to develop their journals and support researchers in their subject communities. Hannah has a Master of Arts in Musicology from the University of Leeds and is based in the United Kingdom.Email
Teacher and Teaching Education; International and Comparative Education; Educational Assessment; Adult and Continuing Education
Helen has worked at Routledge since 2007, implementing journal peer-review systems before moving to the Education team in 2008. With over 15 years’ experience, Helen manages a varied list of journals in the areas of Teacher and Teaching Education, Curriculum Studies, Educational Assessment, International and Comparative Education and Adult and Continuing Education. Helen has a Bachelor of Arts in English as well as a Master of Arts in Children’s Literature from the University of Reading, and is based in the United KingdomEmail
With extensive experience in the education journals publishing industry stretching back to 1998, Ian’s current role focuses on establishing new publishing partnerships and on new product and service delivery.Email
Higher Education, Science & Mathematics Education, Teacher Education
Jen Paul joined Routledge’s Education Journals team in 2014. As a Portfolio Manager, Jen works with publishing partners on journals within the subject areas of Higher Education, Science & Mathematics Education, and Teacher Education, where her focus is on supporting these journals to meet their aims and support their subject communities. Jen has a Master of Arts in Publishing from Rosemont College and is based in the United States.Email
Higher Education, Educational Media and Technology
Katrina Hulme-Cross has worked in academic publishing for over fifteen years across both books and journals. She is Portfolio Manager within the Education team at Routledge with responsibility for journal management, development and commissioning accross her list of journals, which includes the SRHE portfolio as well as two abstract databases. Katrina has a Bachelor of Arts degree from Exeter University and a Master of Arts in Publishing from Oxford Brookes University, UK.Email
Arts Education, Special and Gifted Education, Sport & Physical Education, Educational Research
Terri Ward joined Routledge’s Education Journals team in 2019 as Global Head of Portfolio-Education. She currently also manages journals within the subject areas of Arts Education, Sports & Physical Education, Educational Research, and Special and Gifted Education. Terri works with esteemed professional and academic societies publishing research in these subject areas, including the National Art Education Association, SHAPE America, the National Dance Education Organization, the National Association of Kinesiology in Education, and the World Council for Gifted and Talented Children.Email
Covering all aspects of Adult and Continuing Education, Educational Leadership, and Literacy Education.
Kristen Brida joined Routledge’s Education team in 2018 and manages journals within the subject area of Adult Education, Literacy Education, Educational Leadership, and Educational Research. Kristen works with prestigious societies including The Society for the Scientific Study of Reading, Society for Research on Educational Effectiveness, Association of Literacy Educators and Researchers. She earned her MFA in Creative Writing from George Mason University in 2018.Email
Multicultural Education; Moral, Religeous and Philosophical Education; Educational Research
Reagan is the newest memeber of the Routledge Education Journals team. As a Portfolio Manager, Reagan works as a publishing partner with journals in the subject areas of Multicultural Education, Moral, Religeous and Philosophical Education, Applied Measurement and Testing Education, and Early Years Education. In this role, her focus is on helping these journals meet their aims and on supporting their research communities. She has her Bachelors degree in Global Studies and Psychology and her Masters degree in Psychology with a specialization in research from New School for Social Research in New York City. She is based in Philadelphia.Email
Get 5 free articles!
We are offering AERA delegates free access to 5 articles from across the entire education portfolio.
All you need to do is follow the link below and create or log into your Routledge, Taylor & Francis account. You will be automatically directed to the Education articles/journals list and can explore the content of your choice.
You have untill the 31st July 2022 to take advantage of this offer.
We also have a selection of fully open access journals, and open access articles in our subscription journals that you can read for free at anytime, browse them now here.
Introducing Routledge Open Research
Open for submissions from 14th April 2022
This new open research publishing platform is one of the first to offer authors across the Arts, Humanities, Education and Social Sciences a dedicated, interdisciplinary venue to disseminate all their findings rapidly and openly.
Authors can publish a wide range of outputs including peer-reviewed Research Articles, Policy Briefs and Case Studies all open access, free for anyone to read, share and cite. Scholars will also benefit from the new exciting publishing concept, Open Plus Books.