AMS member discount for JSTOR's JPASS access plan for individuals
In collaboration with JSTOR, the AMS is pleased to offer its members a special discounted fee for JPASS, a new JSTOR access plan for individuals.
JPASS is designed for those with limited or no institutional access to the JSTOR archival collections, and serves as a "personal library card" to the rich selection of journals on JSTOR. As part of membership in the AMS, the 1-year JPASS access plan is available for $99 -- a 50% discount on the listed rate.
JPASS includes unlimited reading and 120 article downloads (ten per month) from more than 1,500 humanities, social science, and science journals in the JSTOR archival collections. Nearly all JSTOR music journals are included, e.g. 19th-Century Music, American Music, Early Music, Journal of Aesthetics and Art Criticism, Journal of the RMA, Music and Letters, Music Theory Spectrum, Musical Quarterly, Musical Times, Die Musikforschung, Perspectives of New Music, Revue de Musicologie, and so on. Access is usually restricted to journal issues that were published more than three years ago, i.e. the most current journal issues (2013-17) are generally not available through the JPASS program.
(AMS Members have unlimited access to JAMS as part of membership, so JPASS is above and beyond JAMS access).
To use your member discount and sign up for JPASS, log in to the AMS member portal and follow the the JSTOR/JPASS link.
To learn more, and to browse the 1,500+ journals in this program, visit the JPASS web site.
New: Are you a low-income member for whom JPASS expense is a financial hardship? You may apply for a full JPASS subsidy and receive access at no cost. Write to the AMS for more details.