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The Cambridge journals digital archive provides instant online access to two centuries of academic excellence and publishing history from Cambridge University Press. Our constantly growing digital archive takes knowledge off the shelf and makes it readily available online, alongside our current Cambridge Core content.

A complete listing of journal archives, including new archives added, is available in Excel here

The latest PDF catalogue and PDF title list are available on our catalogues and resources page


Drawing on more than 350 journals, 1.2 million articles and over 5 million pages of rich content, Cambridge journals digital archive offers a vast and user-friendly resource that allows researchers to place current research in historical context.

  • All content has been scanned from the original published material and reproduced as high-resolution, searchable PDFs.
  • Journal covers, content listings, prelims, plates and maps are reproduced in their entirety, providing a complete digital reproduction of the original journal.
  • Article headers and references are created as HTML files to allow easy access to data and reference linking between articles.
  • Google Scholar book referencing is available from HTML footnotes.
  • DOIs are registered for each article, facilitating full reference linking to the archive content via CrossRef.
  • Archive title lists are available in KBART form here.


Other benefits of Cambridge journals digital archive include:

  • networked and remote access options to ensure content is available for all users, at their own convenience
  • clear searching across archive and current content to provide users with greater access to the complete body of research
  • archive content that can be tailored to individual users' needs, with features including 'save your favourite articles' and 'export citations'
  • downloadable archive content usage statistics.

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The Cambridge journals digital archive is a user friendly, accessible resource which offers over two centuries of research to complete your archive holdings and place current research in its historical context.

  • over 350 journals
  • over 35,000 issues
  • over 1,000,000 articles
  • over 5 million pages
  • over 12 million linked references


This unique high-quality online archive is available either:

  • as a complete digital archive
  • as a Humanities and Social Sciences (HSS) archive
  • as a Science, Technology and Medicine (STM) archive
  • or as smaller subject-based collections and as individual journal archives.


Contact us now for pricing

We would be very happy to provide pricing for your individual needs, whether you are a single institution, a multi-site organisation or a consortium. For a price proposal, please contact:

For the Americas: online@cambridge.org
For the UK and Rest of the World: library.sales@cambridge.org



Archive acknowledgements

The Cambridge journals digital archive has been compiled with the help of many organisations and individuals. The majority of the content has been supplied either by the editors, editorial offices or the learned societies on whose behalf we publish specific journals. In addition, where there were gaps in the runs of journals, we have relied on the services of the British Library, Periodicals Services Company and numerous used and antiquarian book dealers.

In several cases, librarians and individuals have kindly contacted us, in response to the notices of missing issues, to lend or donate their copies. As a result, we estimate that fewer than 30 issues remain to be found. As we digitise new journals and add to our collections, this list will be updated.

Missing archives are listed in our Additional archives required section below. If you are able to help by lending any copies, please contact Gavin Swanson on gswanson@cambridge.org.

A huge thank you to the following libraries and individuals for generously lending their copies of missing journals:

  • Professor Chris Arme and Judith Stevens, Keele University, UK
  • University of Birmingham, UK
  • Professor Peter Brooks, University of Plymouth, UK
  • Brynmor Jones Library, University of Hull, UK
  • Professor Iain Cameron, University of Southampton, UK
  • Cornell University Library, Ithaca, US
  • Professor Mark Davies, UK
  • Garry Downs, University of Adelaide, Australia
  • Flinders University Library, Adelaide, Australia
  • Gibson D. Lewis, Health Science Library, University of North Texas Health Science Center, Fort Worth, US
  • Glasgow University Library, UK
  • Robert Grant, Nottingham High School, UK
  • Michael Heal, UK
  • Hedmark University College Library, Norway
  • Harri Hemila, Finland
  • Hirsh Health Sciences Library, Tufts University, US
  • Elaine Hickes, University of York, UK
  • John Ryland Library, University of Manchester, UK
  • Professor Gordon Johnson, University of Cambridge, UK
  • Margareta Kimble, UK
  • Rev. Joseph T. Lienhard, Fordham University, NY
  • London School of Economics Library, London, UK
  • Professor John Maynard, US
  • Professor Roger Parker, UK
  • Tony Pilmer, National Aerospace Library, UK
  • Pennsylvania State University, US
  • Revd Canon John Rees, UK
  • Professor Malcolm Rutherford, University of Victoria, British Columbia, Canada
  • Shaw-Smith Performing Arts Library, University of Maryland, US
  • Simon Fraser University Library, British Columbia, Canada
  • Maureen Street, UK
  • Dr Thomas S Torrance, UK
  • University of Colorado, Denver, US
  • University of St Andrews, UK
  • University of Warwick, Coventry, UK
  • Neil Weir, UK
  • Andrew White, Landcare Research, New Zealand

Additional archives required

The following issues are currently missing from the Journals Digital Archive, and we are trying to source them. If you can help us with supplying these issues, please contact Gavin Swanson at gswanson@cambridge.org.

  • Acta Neuropsychiatrica (NEU): Volume 9 issue 1 & Volume 13 issue 4.
  • African Issues (AFI): Issue: Quarterly Journal of Opinion Volumes 1-3, 13, 16 issue 1, 17 issue 2 & 23 issue 1.
  • African Studies Newsletter (ASN): Volume 1 issues 1 & 7.
  • American Slavic and East European Review (SVA): Volumes 15-18.
  • Australian Journal of Rehabilitation Counselling (JRC): Volume 1 issue 1.
  • Behavioural and Cognitive Psychotherapy (BCP): B. A. B. P. Bulletin Volumes 1 & 2.
  • CNS Spectrums (CNS): Various supplements to volumes 1 to 16 (please see journal homepage for details).
  • Dance Research Journal (DRJ): CORD News Volume 1 issue 1, Volume 2 issue 1 & Volumes 3-5.
  • International Astronomical Union Colloquium (IAC): Volumes xi, xiv, xvi, xvii, 16, 20 & 55.
  • International Journal of Legal Information (JLI): Volume 23.3.
  • Itinerario (ITI): Volume 2 issues 3 & 4.
  • Journal of Smoking Cessation (JSC): Volume 1 issue 2.
  • International Annals of Criminology (CRI) Volumes 1 to 50.
  • News for Teachers of Political Science (NTP): 1978-1987.
  • Paleobiology (PAB): Volume 26 supplement 4.
  • Prehospital and Disaster Medicine (PDM): Volume 1 issue 4.
  • Revista Internacional de la Cruz Roja (RCS): Volume 2 issue 15.

Archives in production

The following issues are currently missing from the archive, and are in the process of being produced:

  • Acta Neuropsychiatrica (NEU): Volume 10 issues 1 & 2 and Volume 13 issue 2.
  • Africana Newsletter (AFN): Volume 2 issue 1.
  • African Studies Newsletter/ASA News (ASN): Volume 1 issues 3, 4 & 6, Volume 3 issues 2-5, Volume 5 issues 3 & 6, Volume 6 issues 1 & 5, Volume 7 issues 1-6, Volume 8 issues 1-6 and Volume 11 issues 2, 4 & 5.
  • International Astronomical Union Colloquium (IAC): Volumes i, ii, v, vi, vii, ix, xii, xiii, xv & xx.
  • International Journal of Law Libraries (JLL): Volumes 1-9.
  • International Journal of Legal Information (JLI): Volumes 10-23.2 & 24.1-43.2/3.
  • Journal of Laryngology & Otology (JLO): Supplement No.5 (1982).
  • Journal of Southeast Asian History (SEH): Volume 2 issue 2.
  • Parasitology (PAR): Volume 82, issue 4.
  • Prehospital and Disaster Medicine (PDM): Volume 10 supplement 2.
  • Proceedings of the Cambridge Philological Society (CCJ): New Series Volumes 13-15.