Is the archive behind a paywall?
While it is not yet feasible to make our contents entirely open access, we are committed to making the Diacritics archive accessible to scholars with or without institutional access. The Diacritics archive can be accessed at two online databases, JSTOR and Project Muse.
Volumes 1–25 ➔ JSTOR.
Volumes 26–41 ➔ both JSTOR and Project Muse.
Volumes 42–latest issue ➔ only at Project Muse.
What if my institution does not subscribe to Project Muse or JSTOR?
JSTOR offers free access through an individual account.
I’d like a recent essay that is not yet available at JSTOR.
If you do not have institutional access and would like an article not at JSTOR (volumes 42–46), please make a request at firstname.lastname@example.org. We will make every effort to provide copies of individual articles for personal use.
I don’t have institutional access to Project Muse and I’d like to read the latest issues.
For $45 a year, an individual electronic subscription gives access to the full Project Muse archive (volume 26 through the current issue).