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Individual access to specific journals:
Generally, it will depend on the journal as to whether it's available on a subscription basis. If you want to know whether something's available, contact us!
If you're already a member of a society with access to JSTOR or subscribe to an individual journal, there are generally two means of access available to you. You should double check with your society or visit the website of the journal you subscribe to for details. If you're still not sure, we're happy to walk you through the process.
Indiana University Press journal subscriptions can be found on our website.
Practical access to journal subscriptions:
Access through a MyJSTOR account:
Some individual subscribers authenticate using their MyJSTOR accounts on JSTOR. In this case, publishers send membership/subscriber information to JSTOR, and then JSTOR creates an activation link and sends access instructions to each member/subscriber.
Access through a publisher or society page:
Some publishers and societies create and maintain individual accounts for their members. You may need to login on the website of the society or publisher you get your subscription through in order to get access to journals. This process may vary depending on the publisher or society you get access through. We recommend that you reach out to your publisher or society if you know you have questions about this kind of access.