AAA is pleased to offer anthropologists who do not have access to a college or university library, two virtual journal collections. Of course all members of the Association continue to receive FREE access to AnthroSource a full-text resource containing more than 30 serials of the AAA, back to 1888.
Online Research Library from ProQuest
This database includes more than 5,060 titles -- more than 3,600 in full text -- and we encourage you to look at this list of titles in the journal package before deciding to purchase unlimited access for one year. The Excel spreadsheet is lengthy; you may want to search it by keyword (Ctrl + F).
The Online Research Library provides an incredible value for any anthropologist without access to library collections and can help anthropologists at all levels in their careers by providing them with a wide range of journals from across the natural and social sciences! Surveyed members have already expressed their enthusiasm and excitement for the library:
"This is a fantastic idea that will enable anthropologists outside the academy to participate in the discipline in a more equitable manner than currently exists."
"I think this is a great idea! This would help anthropologists who graduate from PhD programs and are still looking for jobs but do not have ready access to journals online."
"The Research Library would be a tremendous assistance in my work! And of great value to those of us who reside outside of the US."
To purchase access for a year, click here to go to the Online Store.
In case you have questions about how to use the Online Research Library, we've assembled the following materials.
Once you have purchased the Online Research Library you may log in through Anthro Gateway.
JPASS Collection from JSTOR
Current members of the American Anthropological Association are able to purchase 1-year JPASS access plan for $99-a 50% discount on the listed rate. JPASS includes unlimited reading and 120 article downloads to more than 1,500 humanities, social science journals in the JSTOR archival collections, including American Antiquity (full text content from 1935-2010), American Indian Quarterly (full text from 1974-2007), Anthropological Linguistics (full text 1959-2010), and American Journal or Archaeological (full text from 1897-2007). View the JPASS journal list here.
To receive your member-discounted rate, please login here.
JPASS is not administered by AAA but rather directly by JSTOR. Please contact email@example.com with any questions about JPASS.