Taylor & Francis partners with The Conversation Africa

We’re pleased to be working with The Conversation Africa as a funding partner, supporting them in their mission to highlight essential African research. The Conversation Africa is part of an international network of news websites, providing a platform for researchers to increase the public engagement with their work. Find out more about the partnership, and what to do if you’re interested in writing for the site.

Facing impostor syndrome head-on

We’re shining a light on a hotly discussed topic in academia: impostor syndrome. Listen to our new podcast and read research stories – Julian Mayers describes what helped him take "the impostor mask" off, and Petra Kolic shares her experiences of going from figure skater to doctoral researcher. Pluscatch-up with our #tandftalk Twitter discussion.

Upcoming webinar: expert view on journal metrics

Join our expert panel for an overview of how to use metrics to monitor trending topics, to select a journal, and measure the impact of your work.

Journals regularly ‘call for papers’, asking for submissions within particular fields or focused on specific topics. Answering these is a great way to get published, ensuring your research fits a particular journal’s aims and scope. Below are just a few of our latest calls for papers. For a complete list, go to our page, updated every month.


Can you publish and still perish? A question of impact

Hear from Dr John Harrison, Associate Editor of Regional Studies, on why simply getting published may not be enough to prove your worth and further your career. He offers advice on maximizing the impact of your work, and explains why choosing the right metrics can really help.


Hands up for peer review

We’ve been supporting Sense about Science’s work on peer review for some time, We were proud to host the most recent ‘Nuts and bolts of peer review’ workshop at our offices in London, and we caught up with Huayi and Adam who attended the event to hear their reflections on the day.


From figure skater to doctoral researcher

"In September 2014, I started my doctoral research on high performance coach education in the UK. The idea was to conduct ethnographic fieldwork to explore the perceptions of those who deliver and consume the programs. With my supervisor’s support, I launched myself into the project, yet I did not expect how challenging the first eighteen months of fieldwork would be..."