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Finding Citations in JSTOR
Over a thousand full-text scholarly journals and books covering all subjects in the humanities, sciences and social sciences. History, economics, art, literature, and mathematics are particularly strong. All journal titles are archived back to the first issue, many dating from the early 1800s.
If you want to set up alerts for new articles that cite one of your works, make sure you create a free personal JSTOR account and log into it before beginning your search.
- Hover over SEARCH on the top bar and click on Citation Locator.
- Enter your name and add any limits, such as an article, title, a date, or a journal you've published in. Click Search.
- Click on the title of the article you want to search for citations to.
- If you're logged into a personal account, you can mark multiple articles and click Track Citation to set up email alerts when a new work is published that cites one of the articles you selected.
- Look in the right column in the JSTOR box for a link that tell you the number of items that cite this article. If this link is not present, there are no articles in JSTOR that cite it. You can also follow the Items Citing This Item link in the Google Scholar box to search for citing articles on Google Scholar.
Tips & Tricks
Wildcards are NOT supported in this search, so enter either your full name or your last name and first initial.
doom and jeffrey doom will work.
doom j* and j* doom will not.