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University of Chicago Press Releases 2012 Journals Subscription Rates

***With Apologies for Cross-Posting***

The University of Chicago Press has released 2012 journals 
subscription rates for institutional subscribers. For a complete 
list of journals published by the Press and to download the rate 
sheet, please visit our website: www.journals.uchicago.edu.

NEW FOR 2012

*  For 2012 we are pleased to extend the 40 percent discount 
(introduced in 2011) to institutions subscribing to all Chicago 
journals through the Complete Chicago Package. To simplify 
ordering procedures and better meet the needs of our customers, 
the CCP will now be offered solely in electronic-only format. CCP 
subscribers who wish to purchase print copies of any of Chicago's 
journals may do so at the deeply discounted rate of 75 percent 
off the print-only subscription price.

*  We're pleased to add two journals to our roster for 2012: 
American Political Thought: A Journal of Ideas, Institutions, and 
Culture and Art Documentation: Journal of the Art Libraries 
Society of North America.

American Political Thought will feature research by political 
scientists, historians, literary scholars, economists, and 
philosophers who study the texts, authors, and ideas at the 
foundation of the American political tradition. Research will 
explore key political concepts such as democracy, 
constitutionalism, equality, liberty, citizenship, political 
identity, and the role of the state. Published in association 
with the Notre Dame Department of Political Science and the 
non-profit Jack Miller Center, APT will be the only journal 
dedicated to the burgeoning field of American political thought. 
It will publish twice a year in print and electronic formats, 
with the first issue to publish in spring 2012.

Art Documentation, published in association with the Art 
Libraries Society of North America (ARLIS/NA), is an 
indispensable forum for scholarship on art and architecture 
librarianship, visual resources curatorship, digital image 
management, visual arts technology, art publishing, and related 
areas. With its move to the Press, Art Documentation will 
continue to publish twice yearly in both print and electronic 
format. The electronic edition will be included along with all 
Chicago journals in JSTOR's Current Scholarship Program and in 
JSTOR's back file archive. Expanded indexing and archiving, as 
well as search and citation-linking functionality in a new 
full-text HTML format, will make electronic content more 
discoverable and useful. The print edition will feature a new 
layout and an exciting new cover design reflective of the 
journal's visually oriented audience. The first issue under the 
partnership will publish spring 2012 (vol. 31 no.1).

Institutional subscriptions to Chicago journals in electronic 
format are handled by JSTOR through the Current Scholarship 
Program. For subscription instructions and more information on 
the CSP, visit http://about.jstor.org/csp, e-mail 
participation@jstor.org, or call toll-free in the U.S. (877) 
786-7575 (outside the U.S. call (212) 358-6400).

Institutional subscriptions to print-only journals and individual 
subscribers should place their orders with The University of 
Chicago Press. You can reach us at 
subscriptions@press.uchicago.edu, or call toll-free in the U.S. 
and Canada (877) 705-1878. International callers dial (773)