Tuesday, 14 August 2012

Free 7 days access to history journals

The Taylor and Francis Online site is offering free access for the next seven days to all academic history based content published in journals since 2010. You need to register with the site and to verify the email before you can gain access.

Journals include American Nineteenth Century History, Business History, Cold War History, Contemporary British History, First World War Studies, The History of the Family, The International History Review, Journal of Medieval History, Journal of Modern Jewish Studies, Journal of Victorian Culture, Slavery & Abolition: A Journal of Slave and Post-Slave Studies, Women’s History Review and many, many more.

To register, visit www.tandfonline.com/action/registration

(With thanks to Karen Nichols @scotiaheritage)


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  1. How is this supposed to work? I registered, received the email with the confirmation link, clicked on the link, and another copy of this very same British GENES page opened up. When I go to the T&F site, everything still has a "buy now" button.

    As far as I can tell, I've only signed up to receive spam offers from T&F.

  2. Once you have registered, make sure you are signed in at http://www.tandfonline.com , then go to My Account, and then Access, and you should see the titles that you are subscribed to - expiry date is 21st August.