Taylor & Francis has recently announced a new partnership with The Conversation Africa to help facilitate increasing public engagement with African researchers and their work. By acting as Funding Partner, Taylor & Francis will work with The Conversation Africa to highlight essential African research and offer T&F authors, journal editors, and publishing partners closer links with the African news website.
What is ‘The Conversation’?
The Conversation Africa is an independent source of news, commentary and analysis, sourced from the academic and research community and delivered directly to the public. Our team of professional editors work with university and research institute experts to unlock their knowledge for the wider public and produce between 16-20 articles per week related to the news agenda, as well as the university research output.
To read more, visit https://theconversation.com/africa
How to get involved
To write for The Conversation, authors must be affiliated with a university or approved research institution and have either a PhD or be a recognized expert teaching in the subject on which they’re writing. TC-Africa also publishes PhD candidates that have done research and are writing about their research.
Researchers interested in writing for The Conversation Africa should register to become an author at https://theconversation.com/become-an-author. Likewise, if Editors receive any queries from their authors they should direct them to this link.
Taylor & Francis publishes leading African and African Studies journals, showcasing African research across a spectrum of subject areas, from the arts to zoology, economics to the environment, mathematics to music. Find out more about the publishing portfolio at http://taylorandfrancis.com/contact/global-offices/africa/