Answered By: Clara Tran
Last Updated: May 31, 2023     Views: 170

The New Yorker is available from 2002 to present through the Academic One FileGale Literature Resource Center, and Gale OneFile: Economics and Theory databases.

We also have back issues of The New Yorker in the original print version from 1949-2011 (incomplete) and June 2012-2013 in the Main Stacks, call number AP2 .N6763 - OVERSIZE x.  The library retains only the recent 8 issues in the Central Reading Room.

In addition, we have 1925, first issue, through 1969 (incomplete) in Microfilm A214.

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