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JSTOR 14h
The Southwest Virginia LGBTQ+ History Project is a community-based public history initiative committed to researching and telling the stories of LGBTQ+ individuals and organizations. Explore for free as part of JSTOR's open collections:
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JSTOR 14h
A rare short story from the author of The Queen's Gambit is on JSTOR! (And it's about a devil's bargain).
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JSTOR Nov 24
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. Courtesy of
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JSTOR Nov 23
Need help exporting citations from JSTOR? This article will help you through it!
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JSTOR Nov 23
Good luck to all our friends participating in !!! Need some inspirational advice to get you going? We have you covered:
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JSTOR Nov 21
Voltaire was born in 1694! On the enigmatic and unknown nature of the author of Candide:
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JSTOR Nov 20
Shocking absolutely no one, Hemingway hated film adaptations of his work.
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JSTOR Nov 20
Already passed it on to the platform team 😂
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JSTOR Nov 20
Did you know that "delinquent nostalgia" - a longing for the time when we could rebel as teens - is a form of nostalgia?
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JSTOR Nov 20
Today in 1849, a whale sunk the Essex and inspired Melville to write Moby Dick. But what did the ship crews of that era look like?
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JSTOR Nov 20
Need a new way to search? Try Text Analyzer (beta)! Drop any document into the the tool and see articles related to the terms in it. Explore today!
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JSTOR Nov 20
With JSTOR Text Analyzer, you can drag and drop your document into it and see what research is related to yours - it can help provide a new perspective on your (or another's) work!
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JSTOR Nov 19
A look at gender identity in Weimar Germany.
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JSTOR Nov 19
Did you know that it's not only but is also ? Here are 6 tips for top notch academic writing from our friends !
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JSTOR Nov 19
Marian Anderson was a pioneering opera singer with a voice “one is privileged to hear only in a hundred years.” You can learn more about Marian though her photographs, part of JSTOR's Open Collections, courtesy of .
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JSTOR Nov 19
Need help exporting citations from JSTOR? This article will help you through it!
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JSTOR Nov 19
Abraham Lincoln delivered the Gettysburg address in November of 1863 - but how and where he composed the famous speech are still debated.
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JSTOR Nov 19
Congratulations, we can't wait to read it!
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JSTOR Nov 19
Replying to @Andromeda_Horse
You can read up to 100 articles/month online with just a JSTOR account - we've expanded the free online reading program through the end of 2020 because of COVID. Hope this helps!
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JSTOR Nov 18
How Yellowstone Extremophile Bacteria Helped With Covid-19 Testing: the heat-resistant enzyme from Thermus aquaticus is used in PCR testing to detect pathogens.
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