JSTOR and Artstor continuously work with publishers, museums, scholars, artists, and others to make their content digitally discoverable.
Added in 2018
15 Artstor collections
Total now available
2.5 million* images
Usage in 2018
We help scholars explore a wide range of academic content through the powerful and trusted JSTOR and Artstor platforms.
ebook chapter views
ebook and journal
JSTOR and Artstor rolled out streamlined platform designs and new features to make searching, browsing, and viewing content easier.
- Our award-winning Text Analyzer is now multilingual
- Open Access and free content is now easily discoverable at jstor.org/open
- Our self-directed Research Basics course is easier to use and accessible without registration
- My Workspace is now easier to organize
- Data for Research has been improved
- Using Register and Read has become easier–no more shelves!
- The text viewer for journal articles now offers improved previews and the ability to enlarge
- We now support NoodleTools citation export
- More than 1 million media files in Public Collections are now freely available on library.artstor.org to everyone, no login required
- Searching and browsing groups–including those made by others at your institution–have been improved
- Personal Collections are back
- Advanced search has been improved
- MLA citations have been updated
New offerings and initiatives
Artstor search on JSTOR
Through a pilot project, we extended Artstor image search to the JSTOR platform, making more than 1 million images discoverable for institutions that participate in both services.
Open Access on JSTOR
JSTOR Security Studies
An interdisciplinary resource gathering academic and policy research on international and national security problems and foreign policy issues, encompassing perspectives from around the world.
JSTOR Lives of Literature
A collection of academic journals devoted to the deep study of writers and texts associated with core literary movements in support of advanced literary studies and interdisciplinary research.
The JSTOR Understanding Series (Beta)
JSTOR Labs released a tool that fosters student engagement with classic literature by connecting passages in primary texts with journal articles and book chapters on JSTOR that cite those lines.