From museums of fine arts to cultural heritage centers, JSTOR provides the most important scholarship on the topics museums need. Content on JSTOR is used regularly by curators, educators, docents, and other research staff.
Museums receive access to nearly all archival journal content for one set of fees. The Museums Collection comprises millions of articles and primary source materials across a range of subjects. Disciplinary coverage is broad, with strong coverage in journals across the humanities, social sciences, and sciences.
Museums may also choose to add the Jewish Studies Collection, the Hebrew Journals Collection, the Ireland Collection, Struggles for Freedom in Southern Africa, African Cultural Heritage Sites and Landscapes, and Global Plants for separate sets of fees.
Archival content on JSTOR includes the complete archival record of each journal. Coverage begins at the first volume and issue of the journal ever published, and extends up to a publication date usually set in the past three to five years.
Launched in 2011 as the Current Scholarship Program, our current journals bring numerous benefits to the communities JSTOR works with. Current journals are offered across subjects in the humanities, social sciences, and natural sciences.
JSTOR now contains hundreds of current journal titles from leading publishers. Read our full list of updates here.
Launched in 2012, Books at JSTOR provides access to electronic books alongside journal titles on the JSTOR platform.
At present, Books at JSTOR offers tens of thousands of books from dozens of leading publishers.