Q. Does the library offer online access to the Sewanee Review?

Answer

I am happy to report that the library currently provides online access to the Sewanee Review in several ways. The most current issues of the review are available through our subscription to the Project MUSE database and earlier issues are available through JSTOR.

One of the most reliable ways to get a link to the issues in Project MUSE is to use the library's journal finder. On the main library website (library.sewanee.edu) use the search box at the top left of the page, choose the Journal tab, and put Sewanee Review in the search box.

This will show multiple links to view the Review with various dates of coverage. Follow that link to Project MUSE for the most current issue. 

As with any of our subscription databases, if you visit that link when not using the campus network, you will be asked to sign in. That login is asking for your full name and library number, which is a 14 digit number by the barcode on your Sewanee ID.

  • Last Updated Feb 17, 2017
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  • Answered By Heidi Syler

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