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New JSTOR collection: Arts & Sciences XI

The Penn Libraries have acquired the latest backfile offering from JSTOR, the scholarly journal online archive - JSTOR Arts & Sciences XI.

JSTOR XI will contain at least 125 titles by the end of 2014, with page-image display, searchable fulltext, and PDF output for every page of every issue from a journal's start up to JSTOR's traditional "moving wall" embargo, typically the most recent 3 to 5 years. Ten titles will show runs of more than 100 years, with the earliest issues dating from 1783.

The focus of JSTOR XI will be upon the humanities, with emphasis on language and literature, history, art and architecture, classical studies, and music. Other subjects covered will include bibliography and library science, religion, philosophy, archaeology, performing arts and film studies, as well as, American studies, Asian studies, Jewish studies, and African American studies. Major titles in JSTOR XI include:

  • The American Scholar
  • Transatlantic Review
  • Marvels & Tales
  • Studies in Pre-Columbian Art and Archaeology
  • Black Scholar
  • Christian Education / The Christian Scholar
  • The Year's Work in Modern Language Studies
  • Transactios of the Moravian Historical Society
  • Antike Kunst
  • Bulletin d'etudes orientales
  • Latomus
  • Eighteenth Century
  • Reference & User Services Quarterly

The JSTOR Arts & Sciences XI collection has been acquired by the Penn Libraries with support from the Althea K. Hottel and Abraham S. Hottel, Jr. Fund and the Allan G. and Philip A. Carlson Fund.

For more information:
Martha Brogan, Director of Collection Development & Management
Rebecca Stuhr, Librarian and Coordinator for Humanities Collections