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Yes, current Yale students, faculty, and staff now have institutional access to The Atlantic. Instructions on how to log in directly to the website can be found here: The Atlantic
Please note: Users cannot create personal accounts and must always sign in via institution. The app currently does not support institutional subscriptions.
Access for visiting researchers
Non-netID affiliates and visitors may access The Atlantic publications using the methods below at any designated library terminal on campus.
The Atlantic (online)
Access to daily articles published on the Atlantic website is available here: Newsbank
Please note: It may take 1-2 business days for an online article to appear in Newsbank following its publication date.
The Atlantic Monthly is available on microfilm at the Sterling Memorial Library using the call number Film S1592. Please contact AskYaleLibrary@yale.edu to request access.
Print copies of the Atlantic Monthly can be found in the Sterling Memorial Library stacks using the call number AP2 A82 (LC) Oversize.
- View the record for the years 1857 - 1932.
- View the record for the years 1932 - 1971.
- View the record for the years 1972 - 1980.
- View the record for the years 1981 - 1993.
- View the record for the years 1993 - present.
Online access to the Atlantic Monthly is available here: https://search.library.yale.edu/catalog/12067920
If you have any questions about accessing The Atlantic magazine, please contact AskYaleLibrary@yale.edu.