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thanks for this -- I actually can get access to a number of journals through my college alumni association (Reed College!), but I know many folks cannot, and as subscriptions get more and more expensive, it's becoming very difficult to keep on top of this part of the dance writing world.

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Many public libraries offer free access to JSTOR. You can search for your library on JSTOR's "Log in via an institution" page.

Jake Orlowitz, "Internet Citizen" and Head of The Wikipedia Library, has put together a handy little post entitled "You’re a Researcher Without a Library: What Do You Do?" that's worth checking out. As Orlowitz points out, "local" doesn't necessarily mean the town you live in: some institutions will grant you access to their collection if you live in the same county, state, or region.

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