Motivations, training and support in peer review: what's your view?

Read the latest research on what motivates researchers to peer review, and what training and support authors, reviewers and journal editors would like to see in place before they accept an invitation to peer review. Read the research and watch a snapshot of the findings now.

#ShareYourEprints: increase the visibility of your research

Did you know you get 50 free eprints to share with every article you publish in a Taylor & Francis or Routledge journal? Sharing yours is a great way to highlight your published article to a wide audience. Find out how you can use them to get your work noticed.

Announcing Peer Review Week: recognising review activity in all its forms

Peer Review Week is a global event celebrating the essential role that peer review plays in maintaining the quality of research. This year’s events will be from 19th-25th September, so find out why you should save the date, more on its central theme of ‘recognition for review’, and how to get involved.

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.

What’s concerning Arts and Humanities postdocs?

London Arts and Humanities PartnershipPostdoctoral students from the London Arts and Humanities Partnership (of which Routledge is a cultural partner) are taking over Author Services this week, with a series of blog posts on what’s concerning them at the start of their research career. Katarzyna Falęcka begins the week with her 5 tips on communicating your research…

Does higher education have a responsibility to better inform news headlines and public opinion?

 Media On Air signThe London seminar ‘Higher Education and the Media’ recently took place at the Centre for Global Higher Education. On the agenda: current media representation of higher education in the news and the potential to add value to news headlines and public discussion. Read more about the discussions which took place…

7 reasons why PhD students should attend academic conferences

London Arts and Humanities PartnershipWhy should postdoc students attend academic conferences? What can you gain from it? In our final post of the week from students from the London Arts and Humanities Partnership, Alessandra Bassey reveals how events can help you develop your research career…