Benjamin Young F'13

Benjamin  Young
Content Development Analyst
French & Romance Philology
JSTOR
last updated: 9/3/2019

Mellon/ACLS Public Fellows 2013
Fellow
French & Romance Philology
JSTOR
Appointed as Content Development Analyst, JSTOR
PhD, French & Romance Philology, and Comparative Literature, Columbia University

JSTOR (www.jstor.org) helps the academic community discover, use, and build upon a wide range of content in a trusted digital archive of more than 1,600 archival scholarly journals, 200 current journals, and 15,000 ebooks from leading university presses, scholarly societies, and academic publishers, as well as hundreds of thousands of primary source objects from libraries, museums, and archives. With the content digitized at high quality, deeply linked, and richly discoverable, scholars and students at over 11,000 institutions in more than 150 countries around the world now use JSTOR each day for research, teaching, and learning. The Content Development Analyst will take on significant responsibilities for a range of new content initiatives on the JSTOR platform. The analyst will help develop discipline-based digital collections that include traditional secondary literature, library and archival special collections, data, and other forms of non-traditional or born-digital content.