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As of January 1st, 2022, JSTOR no longer offers Post-Cancellation Access (PCA) for Journal Hosting Program (JHP) Titles. To request PCA, you will need to reach out to the new hosting platform directly. Portico participants can request PCA for Project MUSE titles via Portico.
Not sure what your title's new hosting platform is? Download the guide of all former JHP titles and their new hosting platforms, in Excel spreadsheet format.
Post-Cancellation Access for Portico Participants
In cases where the publisher is unable to provide PCA, Portico Participants may request PCA by contacting firstname.lastname@example.org. If you are not a Portico participant and want to learn more, contact us.
To expedite processing, please include the following information:
- Download and complete the Excel PCA Template with the specific titles, volumes, or years you electronically subscribed to
- The publisher or agent with whom you carried the subscription (if other than JSTOR)
- Copies of invoices or purchase orders (screenshots from your ordering system will also work)
Existing Post-Cancellation Access Claims
JHP content will remain visible on the JSTOR site through January 1 2023, but will not be available to access on JSTOR. This includes JHP content in front of the archive Moving Wall and JHP-only titles.
Beginning March 1, 2022, links to JHP articles will redirect to the new hosting website when available. This means existing PCA claims for content in front of the Moving Wall will no longer be available.
In cases where no redirect link is available, the article’s first page and metadata will remain visible on the JSTOR site.
PCA claims for content in the JSTOR archives and behind the archive Moving Wall will remain active. As the moving wall advances each year, new content will continue to be added to the JSTOR Archive for all participating journals.
If you have questions, contact Support: email@example.com