Network Access

Subscribing institutions are expected to make their best feasible efforts to enable access only to faculty, students, and staff--those people who are registered users of the campus network. There are no contractual limits on the number of authorized users from one campus at any given time.

Multi-campus or consortia use: Use on more than one campus or sharing of the resource (i.e., this database) is not allowed. Each campus must pay for separate access.

Scholarly Uses

By subscribing to the electronic database for this journal, the institution and its users agree to the terms of the publisher. The Johns Hopkins University Press is granting the right to use this material for any non-commercial purpose on campus or within the campus network. In return for this privilege we ask for your cooperation in not sending content for use on non-paying campuses.

Articles and other content in this database may not be distributed in any form outside of your institution's domain. Users may not distribute content from this database to computers and file servers in other locations outside the campus.

Provided that the copyright header attached to the article is retained, libraries and registered campus network users may:

  • Download, save, and print articles for personal use.
  • Store articles for reserve use in either paper or electronic form.
  • Download, print, and distribute articles in multiple copies for classroom use as long as they are not sold for this or other commercial purposes.
  • Archive articles on paper or CD-Rom. Even if an electronic subscription to a journal is cancelled, institutions may continue to store articles from the previously-subscribed journal provided that access to the files on the library's fileserver is restricted to the single domain of the subscribed campus. Libraries, therefore, own the material from the electronic files to which they subscribe.
  • Download and save materials on a local domain fileserver in order to provide online access to their local community, provided that access to the files on the library's fileserver is restricted to the single domain of the subscribed campus.
  • Print out articles for hard copy inclusion in their serials collections.
  • Place unlimited articles on reserve, whether paper or electronic.
  • Provide for interlibrary loan, under CONTU guidelines, facsimile images that are exact representations of the print journal pages or of printouts from the electronic database. These may be distributed in paper, fax, or digital form.
  • Place selected listings and notices on the campus network to inform users of availability.

Other Uses

Authorization to distribute paper copies of articles downloaded from this database for use outside of the provisions listed above is granted for libraries registered with the Copyright Clearance Center (CCC), provided that a fee of $8.00 per article is paid directly to:

Copyright Clearance Center
222 Rosewood Drive
Danvers, MA 01923 USA
Tel. 978-750-8400
Fax 978-750-4470

For other kinds of copying not specifically noted above, such as copying for general distribution, for advertising or promotional purposes, for creating new collected works, or for resale should be addressed to:

The Johns Hopkins University Press
Rights and Permissions Department
2715 North Charles Street
Baltimore, Maryland 21218
Attn: Fax: (410) 516 6146