Publication dates on JSTOR range from 1665 to the present, but not all titles have current issues on JSTOR. Consult with a librarian if you don't find what you need.
Is all journal content on JSTOR peer reviewed?Nearly all of the journals collected in JSTOR are peer-reviewed publications, but the archives also contain primary sources and content that is much older than today's standard peer-review process.
Why can't I access the full-text of all content on JSTOR? Libraries can select different collections on JSTOR, and your library may not subscribe to all collections. Contact your librarian for more information.
What is the "moving wall?" Much of the journal content on JSTOR has a "moving wall," a set period of time (usually three to five years) between a journal issue’s publication date and its availability as archival content on JSTOR.
JSTOR now includes the full-text of more than 90,000 ebooks. Watch this video to learn more.
Text Analyzer can help you find more content
Text Analyzer is a new way to search JSTOR. It uses an algorithm to analyze a text you've uploaded and identify the topics covered in the text, and then finds content on JSTOR that covers the same topics. As part of this process, Text Analyzer identifies important keywords and subjects associated with the search results and allows you to use these to refine your search. Text Analyzer helps you to:
explore new topics
find better keywords
find things that were missed through traditional searches
New to Text Analyzer? View the two-minute video below for an introduction to Text Analyzer, or try the online tutorial.
The Workspace is a tool to organize your research for articles and book chapters you want to work with later. Within the space, group your citations using folders for different topics and projects, or just save items to the space. You can add notes on your items, delete, and move items to and from folders plus export any citation from your workspace when you’re logged in.
JSTOR is part of ITHAKA, a not-for-profit organization helping the academic community use digital technologies to preserve the scholarly record and to advance research and teaching in sustainable ways.