JSTOR
JSTOR
JSTOR is an online library of digital academic journals, books, & primary sources with 10+ million documents and serving 10,000+ libraries.
yamihereog
jstor
I just really feel like this is the better audience for the above question. 
jstor
This needs to big signal boosted again, because honestly, did someone have Hermione digitize the Hogwarts library yet or nah?
niennanir
Ask and ye shall receive:
MSTOR - NiennaNir - Harry Potter - J. K. Rowling [Archive of Our Own] 
Working for the Ministry of Magic is a good job most days. Today is not most days.
jstor
OH MY GOD THIS IS THE BEST THING EVER. Everyone go read this right now, we love you @niennanir
jacyevans
TIL not only does JSTOR have a tumblr, but now they also have fanfiction.
jstor
It’s 2020, anything can happen. 
yamihereog
How old are you here?? I NEED TO KNOW!! Since when have you been amongst us Jstor!???
jstor
2012, young Padawan. 
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To help meet the need for content related to racism, anti-racism, and Black voices, JSTOR has created free open library as a companion to the Schomburg Center’s Black Reading List. Explore the list of more than 2k BIPOC+Q-authored resources today. https://bit.ly/3ttJOtO
black history month bipoc writers
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“Sunset,” Andy Warhol, 1972. Courtesy of the Andy Warhol Foundation for the Visual Arts on Artstor. 
art art history andy warhol
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jacyevans
jstor
I just really feel like this is the better audience for the above question. 
jstor
This needs to big signal boosted again, because honestly, did someone have Hermione digitize the Hogwarts library yet or nah?
niennanir
Ask and ye shall receive:
MSTOR - NiennaNir - Harry Potter - J. K. Rowling [Archive of Our Own] 
Working for the Ministry of Magic is a good job most days. Today is not most days.
jstor
OH MY GOD THIS IS THE BEST THING EVER. Everyone go read this right now, we love you @niennanir
jacyevans
TIL not only does JSTOR have a tumblr, but now they also have fanfiction.
jstor
It’s 2020, anything can happen. 
Source: jstor
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mrsprobie
jstor
I just really feel like this is the better audience for the above question. 
jstor
This needs to big signal boosted again, because honestly, did someone have Hermione digitize the Hogwarts library yet or nah?
niennanir
Ask and ye shall receive:
MSTOR - NiennaNir - Harry Potter - J. K. Rowling [Archive of Our Own] 
Working for the Ministry of Magic is a good job most days. Today is not most days.
jstor
OH MY GOD THIS IS THE BEST THING EVER. Everyone go read this right now, we love you @niennanir
mrsprobie
As an academic and a fic writer, I am legitimately on the verge of TEARS 
jstor
Your friendly JSTOR social media manager, who is also a fic reader and a librarian, may have had something in my eye when I was reading this. 
Source: jstor
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daily.jstor.org
Captain America and Wonder Woman, Anti-Fascist Heroes | JSTOR Daily
Who needs black clothing to fight fascism when red, white, and blue will do quite nicely?
Never forget that Steve and Diana are anti-fascist.
steve rogers diana prince
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niennanir
jstor
I just really feel like this is the better audience for the above question. 
jstor
This needs to big signal boosted again, because honestly, did someone have Hermione digitize the Hogwarts library yet or nah?
niennanir
Ask and ye shall receive:
MSTOR - NiennaNir - Harry Potter - J. K. Rowling [Archive of Our Own] 
Working for the Ministry of Magic is a good job most days. Today is not most days.
jstor
OH MY GOD THIS IS THE BEST THING EVER. Everyone go read this right now, we love you @niennanir
Source: jstor
of course arthur is involved he made us so happy
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jstor
jstor
I just really feel like this is the better audience for the above question. 
jstor
This needs to big signal boosted again, because honestly, did someone have Hermione digitize the Hogwarts library yet or nah?
Harry Potter Hermione Grangerdid she digitize the restricted sectionis JSTOR a witch or a muggle ao3
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Just checking in. How is everyone?
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Did you know there’s a street art graphics archive on JSTOR that’s free to access? The archive features street art stickers from over 40 countries that date back to the 1910s. Check it out: https://www.jstor.org/site/stlawu/street-art-graphics/
streetart archive jstor
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Hour three on the For You page. 

Leon Bonnat, Self Portrait,1855. Courtesy of Art Resource on Artstor 
art
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Just something pretty to look at. 

Frederick Sandys, Grace Rose, 1866 oil on panel. Courtesy of Museo de Arte de Ponce on Artstor
art art history painting
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René Magritte is often grouped with Surrealists such as Salvador Dalí, Max Ernst, and Yves Tanguy but took a somewhat different approach to painting. Rather than creating fantasy imagery, he evoked the strangeness and ambiguity latent in reality.

“Les valeurs personnelles,” 1952, courtesy of the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art on Artstor  
art artist painting painter magritte
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artichokesonapizza
maktubisasheep
My man Carl has seen some shit
artichokesonapizza
@jstor is Carl ok
jstor
Carl seems fine, no?
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asksecularwitch
asksecularwitch
mindfulmagics
I think JSTOR is allowing people to access 100 free articles or something due to COVID? I’m not sure of the specifics but you might be able to access that stuff?

Hmm, I was not able to access the Folklore Journal that I wanted to see. Maybe you need to sign up with an account first.
But let’s ask. @jstor
jstor
Hi! Yes, you can read up to 100 articles per month right now - read-online only (no downloads) and you do need to have a JSTOR account to do so. 
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themuseumdesk
themuseumdesk
Shout out to @jstor a.k.a the best research partner there is ❤️
Originally posted by jacularmetteld
jstor
Originally posted by friendsthetvshow
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The significance of June 19th and Tulsa, OK
The Emancipation Proclamation outlawing slavery in the U.S. passed January 1, 1863. Enslaved people in Galveston, Texas, didn’t find out they were free until June 19, 1865. Juneteenth is the commemoration of when all enslaved people became free. The story of Juneteenth: https://daily.jstor.org/the-story-of-juneteenth/
On May 31, 1921, the Greenwood section of Tulsa, OK, also known as Black Wall Street, was destroyed by an agry mob of white people. Thirty-five city blocks went up in flames, 300 people died, and 800 were injured. The story of the devastation of Black Wall Street: https://daily.jstor.org/the-devastation-of-black-wall-street/
This day and this place are not a coincidence. 
black history
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fixomnia-scribble
Institutionalized racism
jstor
It’s taken us too long to post this on Tumblr, we’re sorry. We’ve compiled a syllabus that is free to all that addresses institutionalized racism and how it’s caused historic, pointed harm at the Black community in the U.S. Understanding history is key to understanding the present, and in order to make real changes, we need to fully understand the racist history of the U.S. Black Lives Matter.
Find it here: https://daily.jstor.org/institutionalized-racism-a-syllabus/
fixomnia-scribble
I would far rather see academia take a bit of time to think and consider rather than reacting hastily. This is not a time for knee-jerk reactions (which run the risk of dying off like any fad) but careful attention to what the short-term and long, long-term changes will need to look like, across faculties, institutions and internationally.
jstor
Fully agree. We put together this resource quickly (all the articles were previously published), but are coordinating internally to see how we can address certain issues. Subjects that have come up include the colonialism and racism in academia, the erasure of Black and BIPOC academics, and how we can help minority students more, among other ways we can participate. This is a tiny step in a long-term process. 
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Institutionalized racism
It’s taken us too long to post this on Tumblr, we’re sorry. We’ve compiled a syllabus that is free to all that addresses institutionalized racism and how it’s caused historic, pointed harm at the Black community in the U.S. Understanding history is key to understanding the present, and in order to make real changes, we need to fully understand the racist history of the U.S. Black Lives Matter.
Find it here: https://daily.jstor.org/institutionalized-racism-a-syllabus/
black lives matter
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Everyday.
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pennyuniversity
pennyuniversity
shoutout to @jstor​ for these quarantine highlights that i can impress (horrify) my friends with :)
also! links to the 2nd and 3rd!
https://daily.jstor.org/when-monks-went-undercover-to-steal-relics/
https://www.jstor.org/stable/10.7722/j.ctt13wzt8f?turn_away=true&Search=yes&resultItemClick=true&searchText=Vandal&searchText=collapse&searchUri=%2Faction%2FdoBasicSearch%3FQuery%3DVandal%2Bcollapse%26amp%3Bacc%3Doff%26amp%3Bwc%3Don%26amp%3Bfc%3Doff%26amp%3Bgroup%3Dnone&ab_segments=0%2Fbasic_SYC-5152%2Fcontrol&refreqid=search%3A5302b90323d947ef98b5185a603fa6d4
jstor
Glad to be of service? 
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mindfulmagics
It’s #WorldBookDay! Did you know there are 6,000+ open access ebooks on JSTOR? You can search without a login - link below!
jstor
https://about.jstor.org/whats-in-jstor/books/open-access-books-jstor/
mindfulmagics
…JSTOR has a tumblr?
jstor
Been here since 2013, hi.
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It’s #WorldBookDay! Did you know there are 6,000+ open access ebooks on JSTOR? You can search without a login - link below!
https://about.jstor.org/whats-in-jstor/books/open-access-books-jstor/
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When you’ve reached the end of Netflix. 

Jean Gérôme, “Portrait of a Woman,” via Open Artstor
art netflix jstor and chill
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Having an intense conversation with our only friend, an 18th century bust on a shelf. 
Jean Claude Baptiste Hoin, “Interior with a Portrait of a Young Lady before a Bust” via Artstor
art stay at home
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Portrait of us, “working” from home. 

James Tissot, “Seaside,” via Open Artstor. 
art work from home social distancing stay inside
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the-world-lit-or-unlit
universitytimes.ie
JSTOR Makes Database Accessible to the Public
The online academic resource has made over 6,000 ebooks and over 150 journals accessible without the need for an online login.
squeeful
Online academic resource JSTOR has announced it is making its database accessible to the public, amid the widespread closure of universities across the world due to the coronavirus pandemic.
The database, frequently used by university students for research and essay work, announced on Twitter today that it has made over 6,000 ebooks and over 150 journals accessible without the need for an online login.
Previously, students needed a university login to access these resources.
This is the first time that the database has been openly accessible to non-subscribers.
The database is also working to expand on the amount of free content available online to students accessing the database through their subscribed universities.
the-world-lit-or-unlit
@jstor is bae
jstor
Y’all this was a deep misunderstanding of a tweet we sent earlier that was meant to remind people/let new people know that the #openaccess content on JSTOR is open and free. You can search and download it without a login, and there’s actually a lot of types of scholarship (link below). This publication unfortunately (along with many other people) thought we were opening up the archive, which we can’t do. We don’t own the scholarship on JSTOR, the publishers do, and we have agreements with them - it’s not up to us to open their content.  But we work with publishers who want their open content on JSTOR - which we then include in this resource: https://about.jstor.org/oa-and-free/
We also did reach out the the publication to clarify and they’ve since updated. 
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Um, hey everyone. There’s an entire collection of mushroom drawings on Artstor. And it’s completely open access. Go forth! 

https://library.artstor.org/#/collection/87732479
open access open mushrooms art
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How to access JSTOR remotely
Hey all - these are strange times and we know a lot students and researchers working remotely right now. Here’s instructions on how to login to JSTOR remotely: https://support.jstor.org/hc/en-us/articles/360000313328-Need-Help-Logging-in-to-JSTOR-#offcampusuniversity
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aura218
dynamed.com
COVID-19 (Novel Coronavirus) papers
free from EBSCO
aura218
EBSCO’s page of coronavirus-related papers is now free
@jstor can you please signal boost?
Source: dynamed.com
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Hey. We’ve been gone for awhile. We miss you. What’s been going on?
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oldshrewsburyian
oldshrewsburyian
@jstor, quietly blowing my mind with keywords (x)
jstor
It’s in our mission statement. 
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oldshrewsburyian
oldshrewsburyian
Today in surprising @jstor keywords: vampires and bureaucracy (x)
jstor
Typical JSTOR! 
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The Rebirth of Beyond the Book
Hey! Hi! Remember a long time ago when we (I) would read non-fiction books, provide a summary, and then link to the articles on JSTOR that were cited in the book? We did this with Gulp by Mary Roach and… a few others we (I) can’t remember right now! 
ANYWAY! We (I) are starting this series again and want to know what your favorite non-fiction books are so we (I) can take a look. The first two that will be featured are Mountains Beyond Mountains by Tracy Kidder (hello, your Tumblr overlord is still a nerdfighter and fully in the Life’s Library book club and this is the book we are reading right now, so yeah. This amazing book is first) and then The Pioneers by David McCullough (wish me luck).
Reblog or message us (me) with suggestions! 
*As ever, links are limited to content that is actually, you know. On JSTOR. 
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daily.jstor.org
Co-Living, the Hot New Trend of 1898 | JSTOR Daily
Chicago's "Eleanor Clubs" were designed to give young, working women affordable and congenial places to live.
Let’s all move in together. 
women
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shatteringrevelations
shatteringrevelations
thanks @jstor these are almost the exact tags one would expect on an article about kissing
jstor
Glad to see our excellent work continues to be excellent. 
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Superheroes - and our love for stories about them - are “culturally valuable because they help us better understand our society.“
So, uh. Who else has tickets to see Endgame multiple times in the first week?

https://bit.ly/2DqGyqQ
Avengers avengers endgame marvel
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onceuponadisneypotter
onceuponadisneypotter
since it’s the one year anniversary of that time @jstor responded to my post, today i am wondering what @jstor ‘s least favourite article is. 
jstor
*whispers* 
the reviews
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asterroc
botanyshitposts
JSTOR is the most bizarre organization to have temporary tattoos available at their booth which means of course i had to put one on my body
aqua-cultured
#i thought this was real at first and i was like you know what? i respect that
copperbadge
If someone asks you what it means tell them it’s Latin for “the repository of all knowledge”. 
asterroc
@jstor
jstor
Slight correction: JSTOR is Latin for the repository of all *strange and unusual* knowledge 
Source: botanyshitposts
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Why is RENT important?
Problems of airing a not-so-live version of RENT last night, let’s revisit the impact the show had on theater itself. 
Twenty-three years later, it may be easy to overlook the fact RENT was wildly important. A 1997 review states: “it is clear that Rent is a work of true originality, created by a serious young artist who has written passionately about people whose lives he understands. In so doing, he has used contemporary musical idioms (rock, gospel, calypso, rap) within a dramatic context far more effectively than previous Broad- way composers. Larson’s work has come closer than any other since Hair to solving the dilemma of making Broadway music once again.” 
Read it all here: bit.ly/2sOsWjn
rent broadyway rentlive
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