Q. Is there an archive for magazines?


We have a couple of different ways that you can access back issues of journals. If you to to the library website and click the "Journal Finder" tab of the search box, you can type in the title of a journal and see if we have a print/microform subscription to this title and what dates we have. It will also show if we have coverage through our various electronic databases and what dates. You can also use the Journal Finder if you do not have a specific journal title in mind. You can search by keywords such "American History" and all of the titles containing those words (and our coverage of them) will show up.  We also keep a few of the latest issues of our print titles on the shelf in the Reading Room off the main lobby of the library.They are arranged by call number. Older issues of our print holdings are shelved by call number on the second floor. Issues of print Theology journals, both new and older, are arranged by title on the 3rd (top) floor of the library.

The Archives and Special Collections department has an archive of publications by the University and some other titles of local interest.

If you need more help with a specific journal title or research topic, please let us know. We would love to help! Askref

  • Last Updated Aug 13, 2016
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  • Answered By Cari Reynolds

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