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Taylor & Francis History Online Resources

As well as the vast Routledge History print collection, covering topics such as British History and Political History, Taylor & Francis boasts impressive eBook collections & digital platforms. All of which are suitable for both researchers and instructors. Find the resource for you below...


A vast collection of eBooks, led by a global network of editors & authors. Taylor & Francis eBooks is a single destination for eBooks with increased functionality and improved user experience to meet the needs of our customers. Access to the platform's collections can be purchased by your institution, so share this page with your Librarian, or request a Free Trial.

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Routledge Handbooks Online is an invaluable educational resource bringing together the world’s leading scholars to provide a cutting-edge overview of classic and current research from Routledge, and CRC Press. Access to the platform's collections can be purchased by your institution, so share this page with your Librarian, or request a Free Trial.

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The first part of the new Routledge Historical Resources online programme will provide both academics and students with an in depth research tool for studying the fascinating subject of feminism over the long nineteenth century (1776–1928). Access to the platform can be purchased by your institution, so share this page with your Librarian, or request a Free Trial.

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The second project in our new Routledge Historical Resources online programme. This resource covers the fascinating subject of the history of economic thought over the period 1700–1914. Access to the platform can be purchased by your institution, so share this page with your Librarian, or request a Free Trial.

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English Historical Documents Online contains over 5,500 expertly indexed and fully searchable primary documents from 500-1914. Access to the platform can be purchased by your institution, so share this page with your Librarian, or request a Free Trial.

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How do I get access?

All of these platforms have Free Trial options listed under their descriptions on the left. These trials are available to qualifying academic, corporate, and institutional customers. In order to set-up the trial we will need to work directly with the librarian or information resource provider at your institution. Purchasing options will also be discussed with them. 

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