About the Routledge Historical Resources Programme
Routledge Historical Resources is a growing suite of online products designed to aid students, researchers and academics with the study and teaching of a wide range of subjects with a special focus on the long nineteenth-century. The resources offer users thousands of chapters of primary and secondary source book content, hundreds of journal articles from a range of Taylor & Francis journals, specially commissioned thematic essays written by experts in the field, and much more.
The programme was launched in 2016 with the History of Feminism, a resource which offers material to help with the study of first-wave feminism. In 2017, the second resource, the History of Economic Thought, was launched. Romanticism is to be the third offering in the Routledge Historical Resources programme and will focus on British and Irish Romanticism from c.1780-1830.