Access scholarly journals and more with JSTOR

Posted: Monday, November 4, 2013, 8:23 am

Searching for scholarly articles about the Salem Witch Trials? Looking for critical analyses of Harry Potter? Out of school, but interested in keeping up with the research in your field?

JSTOR can help you find all this and more!

Although often thought of as a database for use at the university level, JSTOR is a valuable resource for anyone looking for full-text articles from more than 500 scholarly journals in the arts and sciences, particularly the humanities and social sciences, with coverage for some journals going back to the late 1800s.

Browse by subject or search for specific articles, journals or topics. Or, use the new beta search to preview articles in your search results and explore related materials within your topic.

With MyJSTOR, you can create your own account to save citations, searches and receive e-mail updates when new content becomes available in your favorite journals.

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