JSTOR is a large, easily searchable, digital collection of academic journals, books and primary sources, in all subjects, but particularly in the Humanities and Social Sciences.
You can find all the content available in JSTOR either on the site itself, or in our Library Search, or indeed in results from Google searches. We would generally recommend that you begin searches in Library Search (in order to see results from all our different resources and suppliers), but searching JSTOR itself allows you look for keywords across the full text of millions of journal articles, and is useful when you are searching in some depth.
Note that Dundee does not subscribe to everything on the JSTOR site – Some items will indicate pricing. However, in these cases, look for the link “You may have access options through University of Dundee “ and clicking this will allow you to see whether we have the article or book from a different supplier, or an option to obtain it from our Interlibrary loan service.
It is also worth registering for a MyJSTOR account (see the MyJSTOR tab on the site), as this will allow you to use the Register & Read service. This free service gives you the chance to read up to 3 articles every 2 weeks from journals to which Dundee does not subscribe.
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