By John Bloomberg-Rissman (UCR), JSTOR Resource Liaison

Two new JSTOR collections are now available; these collections augment the JSTOR collections already licensed by UC.

JSTOR Arts & Sciences V

The Arts & Sciences Collections represent the building blocks of JSTOR’s interdisciplinary archive. The Arts & Sciences V Collection will comprise a minimum of 120 titles when it is completed in 2009. Building on disciplines introduced in previous collections, Arts & Sciences V will include a number of important literary reviews and state historical journals. It will also widen the scope of core disciplines in the arts and humanities, such as philosophy, history, classics, religion, art and art history, and language and literature.

Business II

The Business II Collection will feature at least fifty titles, twenty-five of which will be drawn from Arts & Sciences IV and the Arts & Sciences Complement. We are especially pleased to broaden the number of core international business titles in this collection. Business II also includes a number of journals that explore the intersections between economics and law, policy, and psychology. Please note that Business II overlaps with Arts & Sciences IV and Complement.