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University of Pennsylvania Press ebooks via JSTOR
(30-JAN-14)

Through the generosity of the Althea K. Hottel and Abraham S. Hottel, Jr. Fund and the members of the Orrery Society, the Penn Libraries have acquired more than 850 e-books published by the Penn Press on the JSTOR platform.

The Penn Press e-book collection represents the Penn Libraries' first purchase of e-books on the JSTOR platform, which supports simultaneous access to multiple users and single-chapter DRM-free PDF downloads. With its extensive deep archive of digitized journals, JSTOR offers a book review-finding widget for each e-book. The Penn Libraries are a charter member of JSTOR, providing access to JSTOR's very large and heavily-used digitized journal and historical pamphlet and primary source collections and now also to JSTOR's e-books.

The Penn Press e-book collection from JSTOR brings to Penn readers all University of Pennsylvania Press e-books offered by JSTOR up through the end of 2013. The collection includes works by Penn people, including:

The Penn Press e-book collection from JSTOR includes many titles from the Press's well-known book series, including:

Many book awards are represented in the Penn Press e-book collection from JSTOR. Winners include:

Penn Press books reviewed in the Times Literary Supplement, New York Times Book Review, and New York Review of Books also appear in the Penn Press e-book collection from JSTOR, including:

Please do not hesitate to contact us regarding the Penn Press e-book collection from JSTOR.

For more information:
Rebecca Stuhr, Librarian & Coordinator, Humanities Collections
Lauris Olson, Librarian & Coordinator, Social Sciences Collections

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