Post Cancellation Access
Institutional subscribers to electronic editions of journals published by the University of Chicago Press are eligible for post-cancellation (perpetual) access.
Post-cancellation access applies only to content published during the subscription term. To request post-cancellation access, contact JSTOR at email@example.com. Post-cancellation access fees are waived for Portico and eligible JSTOR participants. The University of Chicago Press extends post-cancellation access only for titles that we currently publish; for titles no longer published by Chicago, please contact the current publisher.
The University of Chicago Press is transitioning to a new hosting platform, effective Janaury 1, 2016. The Postcancellation Policy below will apply to all 2016 subscriptions.
The Press provides postcancellation access for institutional subscribers only to born-digital issues of journals published during the term of the subscription.
The first born-digital issue of a journal is identified by the journal’s Digital Availability Date. Only issues published on or after the Digital Availability Date are eligible for postcancellation access.
Postcancellation access does not apply to issues that were published on or after the Digital Availability Date but prior to the term of the subscription. Retroactive access to these issues is provided to institutional subscribers as a benefit of an active subscription.
Archival issues digitized by JSTOR are hosted by the Press pursuant to an agreement between JSTOR and the Press. Access to these issues is provided only to institutional subscribers who hold an active full-run subscription. Postcancellation access does not apply to these issues.
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