[Blueboard] Philippine Studies now in JSTOR
Michael D. Pante
mpante at ateneo.edu
Fri Jul 11 15:02:04 PHT 2014
*Philippine Studies now in JSTOR*
The editorial office of *Philippine Studies: Historical and Ethnographic
Viewpoints* is happy to announce that articles and other content in *Philippine
Studies* are now available through JSTOR (www.jstor.org), a digital archive
of scholarly literature.
Full-text access to content in *Philippine Studies* since 1953 may be
obtained through the Rizal Library’s subscription to JSTOR. From any
computer terminal on campus or any laptop connected to the university
network, log in to the Rizal Library’s website (
http://rizal.lib.admu.edu.ph/) and browse its Online Sources.
Because of a moving three-year window, content from 2011 to the present may
be accessed through Project MUSE, also on the Rizal Library’s pool of
You can rely on the high quality of digital copies available in JSTOR and
Project MUSE. When you access these resources and download articles, you
help the journal earn brownie points!
*Philippine Studies: Historical and Ethnographic Viewpoints*, the journal’s
official name since 2012, is published quarterly by the Ateneo de Manila
University through the School of Social Sciences, Loyola Schools.
Whose article was it that you wanted to check out? By Fr. Schumacher? Sol
Reyes? Ben Anderson? No worries!
Michael D. Pante
Department of History
Philippine Studies: Historical and Ethnographic Viewpoints
Ateneo de Manila University
Quezon City 1108, Philippines
+632 4266001 loc 5240/41
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