Mises à jour JSTOR

JSTOR annonce les mises à jour suivantes ; elles ne sont pour l’instant effectives que sur son site  ; l’actualisation du catalogue AURELIE aura lieu prochainement :

1) Ajout de 12 revues :
Bulletin of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences (Arts & Sciences Complement)
Release Content: Vols. 1 – 55 (Issue 1), 1948-2001
Moving Wall: 5 years
Publisher: American Academy of Arts & Sciences
ISSN: 0002-712X

Film History (Arts & Sciences V Collection)
Release Content: Vols: 1 – 13, 1987-2001
Moving Wall: 5 years
Publisher: Indiana University Press
ISSN: 0892-2160

The Hudson Review (Arts & Sciences V Collection)
Release Content: Vols. 1 – 56 (Issue 3), 1948-2003
Moving Wall: 3 years
Publisher: The Hudson Review, Inc.
ISSN: 0018-702X

The Huntington Library Quarterly (Arts & Sciences Complement)
Previous Title: The Huntington Library Bulletin (1935-0708)
Release Content: Nos. 1 – 11; Vols. 1 – 66, 1937-2003
Moving Wall: 3 years
Publisher: University of California Press
ISSN: 0018-7895

Hypatia (Arts & Sciences V Collection)
Release Content: Vols. 1 – 16, 1986-2001
Moving Wall: 5 years
Publisher: Indiana University Press
ISSN: 0887-5367

The Journal of Egyptian Archaeology (Arts & Sciences Complement)
Release Content: Vols. 1 – 87, 1914-2001
Moving Wall: 5 years
Publisher: Egypt Exploration Society
ISSN: 0307-5133

Journal of Folklore Research (Art & Sciences V Collection)
Previous Title: Journal of Folklore Institute (0015-5934)
Release Content: Vols. 1 – 38, 1964-2001
Moving Wall: 5 years
Publisher: Indiana University Press
ISSN: 0737-7037

Journal of Modern Literature (Arts & Sciences V Collection)
Release Content: Vols. 1 – 25 (Issue 2), 1970-2002
Moving Wall: 5 years
Publisher: Indiana University Press
ISSN: 0022-281X

The Journal of Sex Research (Arts & Sciences Complement)
Previous Title: Advances in Sex Research (1934-5984)
Release Content: Vols. 1 – 38, 1963; 1965-2001
Moving Wall: 5 years
Publisher: University of Texas Press
ISSN: 0022-4499

Research in African Literatures (Arts & Sciences V Collection)
Release Content: Vols. 1 – 32, 1970-2001
Moving Wall: 5 years
Publisher: Indiana University Press
ISSN: 0034-5210

Victorian Studies (Arts & Sciences V Collection)
Release Content: Vols. 1 – 44 (Issue 1), 1957-2001
Moving Wall: 5 years
Publisher: Indiana University Press
ISSN: 0042-5222

Wildlife Monographs (Biological Sciences Collection)
Release Content: Nos. 1 – 157, 1958-2004
Moving Wall: 2 years
Publisher: Alliance Communications Group
ISSN: 0084-0173

2) Diminution de l’embargo (ramené de 4 à 3 ans) pour 6 revues :

American Educational Research Journal (Arts & Sciences IV Collection)
Release to Public: Vol. 40, Nos. 1-4, 2003
Moving Wall: 3 years (previously 4 years)
Publisher: American Educational Research Association
ISSN: 0002-8312

Educational Evaluation and Policy Analysis (Arts & Sciences IV Collection)
Release to Public: Vol. 25, Nos. 1-4, 2003
Moving Wall: 3 years (previously 4 years)
Publisher: American Educational Research Association
ISSN: 0162-3737

Educational Researcher (Arts & Sciences IV Collection)
Release to Public: Vol. 32, Nos. 1-9, 2003
Moving Wall: 3 years (previously 4 years)
Publisher: American Educational Research Association
ISSN: 0013-189X
Journal of Educational and Behavioral Statistics (Arts & Sciences IV and Mathematics & Statistics Collections)
Release to Public: Vol. 28, Nos. 1-4, 2003
Moving Wall: 3 years (previously 4 years)
Publisher: American Educational Research Association and American Statistical Association
ISSN: 1076-9986

Review of Educational Research (Arts & Sciences IV Collection)
Release to Public: Vol. 73, Nos. 1-4, 2003
Moving Wall: 3 years (previously 4 years)
Publisher: American Educational Research Association
ISSN: 0034-6543

Review of Research in Education (Arts & Sciences IV Collection)
Release to Public: Vol. 27, 2003
Moving Wall: 3 years (previously 4 years)
Publisher: American Educational Research Association
ISSN: 0091-732X

3) Ajout de fascicules manquants :

Environmental Health Perspectives (Health & General Sciences Collection)
New content: Vol. 102 (Supplement 8), 1994;
Vol. 102 (Supplement 9), 1994;
Vol. 112 (Issue 4), 2004;
Vol. 112 (Issue 5), 2004;
Vol. 112 (Issue 9), 2004;
Vol. 112 (Issue 10), 2004;
Vol. 112 (Issue 12), 2004;
Vol. 112 (Issue 14), 2004;
Vol. 112 (Issue 16), 2004
Publisher: The National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences (NIEHS)
ISSN: 0091-6765

Gesta (Arts & Sciences III Collection)
New content: Vol. 8 (Issue 2), 1969
Publisher: International Center of Medieval Art
ISSN: 0016-920X

Journal of the History of Sexuality (Arts & Sciences Complement)
New content: Vol. 7 (Issue 1), 1996;
Vol. 8 (Issue 4), 1998
Publisher: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates, Inc.
ISSN: 1043-4070

Language (Arts & Sciences III and Language & Literature Collections)
New content: Vol. 7 (Issue 3), 1931;
Vol. 25 (Issue 4, Bulletin No. 22), 1949;
Vol. 76 (Index), 2000;
Vol. 31 (Issue 3, Part 3: Index), 1955;
Vol. 36 (Issue 2, Part 2; Index), 1960;
Vol. 42 (Issue 4, Index), 1966
Publisher: Linguistic Society of America
ISSN: 0097-8507

Operations Research (Arts & Sciences IV and Business Collections)
New content: Vol. 40, (Supplement 1), 1992;
Vol. 40, (Supplement 2), 1992;
Vol. 46, (Issue 3, Supplement), 1998;
Publisher: INFORMS
ISSN: 0030-364x

Publications of the American Economic Association (Arts & Sciences I and Business Collections)
New content: Vol. 4, (Supplement), 1889
Publisher: American Economic Association
ISSN: 1049-7498

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