Tip: You can click on 'All Content' in the Refine Results column of the search results to search all of JSTOR. In some cases you may be able to access articles or chapters outside Goldsmiths subscriptions with an individual account.
JSTOR provide free access for individuals without a current institutional affiliation of up to 6 articles per month. For more information see: JSTOR Individual Accounts
The Library are able to make some of our online resources available via the Alumni portal at connect.gold.ac.uk. Once registered you'll have access to a growing number of online resources which can be accessed from the comfort of your own home.
This account is separate from any existing library membership you may have and is not dependent on you also having an alumni library membership.
To access any of the resources listed on this guide you need to log in to the Your member benefits page and use the links provided there. It's important to use the links on this page so that you're logged in as an alumni user.
Some tips on making sure you filter your searches to only include results you have access to are given for each site below.
Access 50 journals and over 1,000 eBooks from Duke University Press. Duke University Press is an academic publisher of books and journals across humanities, social sciences, and more.
When searching the Duke University Press platform you'll see a list of filters in a column on the left-hand side. From here you can refine your search by subject, publication format or year.
Importantly you can also select Open Access, Free and Available to ensure you only see results for items you can access.
Goldsmiths alumni can have access to the same JSTOR collections as current staff and students. When searching results are automatically filtered to only include Goldsmiths subscribed collections in JSTOR.
Goldsmiths currently subscribe to the following JSTOR Collections:
As an online alumni account holder, you have access to over 900 journals covering social sciences, humanities and life sciences included in the SAGE Premier collection. This covers most of the journals published by SAGE but to be sure you are only seeing search results you have access to just click 'Refine Search' and select 'Only content to which I have full access' before searching.