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Library DIY

I Want To Find Or Browse Journals By Subject

Current issues of print journals are located in Wells Library in the Reading Reference Room (East Tower 1st floor). Older issues of print journals are shelved by call number, along with books on the same subject. To physically browse the collection, identify which Library of Congress Classification letters and numbers correspond with your subject. Next locate your resource by floor and call number with this Research Collection Stacks Map

To find journals on a specific subject online, go to the E-Journals list. (From the Libraries website click on Help and then on Find Online Full-Text Journals.) Once there, you can browse journals by subject.

Screenshot of e-Journals list

Select a specific subject area to see relevant journals. Each journal record will show the years for which we have access and a corresponding link. 

Screenshot of e-journal search by subject