Routledge, Taylor & Francis Resource Hub

Following on from the success of our workshop with LAHP students in February 2020, and the Resource Hub & Q&A in 2021, we have created a dedicated Resource Hub for LAHP students on everything you need to know to get your research published and ensure that it makes an impact. This collection of materials pulls together existing sources, advice and top tips on topics such as Open Access, data sharing and preparing your paper for publication as well as newly created content on how to get published, multimedia publishing options and tips from Routledge Editors.

We hope that this set of tools will strengthen your skills as an Early Career Researchers and guide you on your publishing journey.

The virtual Q&A was held on the 31st March 2022. Here is a link to the slides and the recording (Zoom account needed).

Please feel free to send in questions to the contact details below.

Louise Bailey (She/Her), Portfolio Manager – Art and Design,

Emma Grylls (She/Her), Portfolio Manager – History, (Twitter: ELGryllsEditor)

Alexandra Kanovsky (She/Her), Portfolio Manager – Media, Communications, and Cultural Studies, (Twitter: @alkanovsky)

Emma Lockwood (She/Her), Portfolio Manager – Archaeology and Anthropology, (Twitter: @EmmaCLockwood)

Meagan Simpson (She/Her), Books Editor – Anthropology,

Sections in the Resource Hub

  • Advice for Early Career Researchers (ECRS)
  • How to get published (Journals)
  • Making an impact with your research
  • Multimedia Publishing (Journals)
  • Open Publishing
  • Permissions
  • Interviews with Early Career Researchers (ECRs) and Routledge journal editors
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