JSTOR Archive

Many Academe readers have online access to back issues of Academe magazine and its predecessor, the AAUP Bulletin, through JSTOR, a not-for-profit service that provides digital archives of more than twelve hundred journals through a database widely used by faculty members, students, and other researchers. JSTOR also digitizes the new Bulletin of the AAUP, an annual publication that appears as the July–August issue of Academe and includes official Association reports.

Individuals with access to JSTOR are able to search the full text of all articles and reports published by the Association from its founding in 1915 up to the most recent three years of publication (articles from 2009 to the present are available on the AAUP website). To learn more about JSTOR, and to find out if your institution offers access to the database, visit www.jstor.org or contact a librarian on your campus.