Ordering Back Issues of The Classical Journal
Back issues of The Classical Journal may be purchased at the cost of $35 per issue or $120 per volume. This price applies to all subscribers, be they individuals or libraries. There is a $5 charge per issue for mailings outside of the United States and Canada and a $2 charge per issue within the United States and Canada. The agency discount is 10%. To find out the availability of particular issues, please contact the CAMWS Office (telephone: 318-357-4358; fax: 318-357-4356; firstname.lastname@example.org).
Payment by credit card is possible if back issues are requested via the CAMWS website. A $3 processing fee will be added to each transaction. Payment is also possible via a check in U.S. funds drawn on a U.S. bank or a bank that uses U.S. routing codes. The check should be made payable to CAMWS and mailed, along with a completed back issue form to this address:
Watson Memorial Library, Rm 313
Northwestern State University
Natchitoches, LA 71497 USA
To purchase back issues on microfilm, you may order copies directly from NAPC, 300 N. Zeeb Road, Ann Arbor, MI 48106 U.S.A.
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Recent volumes of The Classical Journal are now available in Project Muse.
Back issues of Classical Journal articles are also available in JSTOR for searching, browsing, downloading, and printing. Teachers and students at institutions that participate in JSTOR's Arts & Sciences Complement Collection can access the journal directly by visiting JSTOR's website. Current CAMWS members are also able to purchase from JSTOR a JPass which provides individuals with access to JSTOR on a monthly or annual basis. The plans provide unlimited reading access throughout the JPASS Collection, as well as limited downloading - 10 articles for monthly plans, and 120 for annual plans. Users may access JPASS anywhere and from any device - it's like having a personal, digital library at your fingertips. At launch, more than 1,500 journals are participating in JPASS. Visit jpass.jstor.org to browse the collection.
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