JSTOR’s ebook program adds three new publishers
- Vanderbilt University Press: Established in 1940, Vanderbilt University Press publishes across most areas of the humanities and social sciences, with strengths in anthropology, Latin American studies, public health, human rights, music, history, education, art, law, literary studies, and sociology. More than 200 titles are now available on JSTOR.
- Duke University Press: A not-for-profit scholarly publisher, Duke has added all 2,600+ of its ebooks to JSTOR. Duke publishes across the humanities and social sciences, with specialties including Latin American studies, gender studies, anthropology, American studies, Asian and Asian American studies, art and art history, and cultural studies.
- Verlag C.H.Beck: Established in 1763, Beck is one of Germany’s oldest publishing firms. It has contributed more than 800 titles to JSTOR, primarily in German, in the fields of history, religion, philosophy, political and social sciences, literature, law, and business.
We look forward to adding content from these new participating publishers:
- Monash University Publishing: Australia’s largest university publishes scholarship across the humanities and social sciences, and specializes in Asian studies, politics, education, communications, and the study of Australian history, culture, and literature.
- American Psychological Association: The leading scientific and professional organization representing psychology in the United States, the APA publishes in all areas of the field.
- The Evergreen Review: The literary magazine’s book-publishing division offers titles in the arts, humanities, social sciences, and politics/current affairs.
The content contributed by these publishers complements the humanities and social sciences journals on JSTOR. Faculty and students can cross-search all types of content on our platform to enrich their research. Plus, like all ebooks and journals on JSTOR, these titles are offered in our unlimited-user, DRM-free access model, ensuring an easy experience for remote teaching and learning.
Each publisher’s titles will be available through firm orders and Demand-Driven Acquisition directly through JSTOR or via GOBI Library Solutions. Libraries may request more information on title lists and available savings.