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Interpretation Journal is published three times per year, issues are posted online Jan/Feb, May/June and Sept/Oct. Your one-year subscription will notify you via email when new volumes are available for download on the website. A one-year subscription gives you access to  three issues of Interpretation.

One Year Subscription
To receive three issues for one year, click the appropriate link below.

Libraries and Institutions $150.00
Individual $50.00
Students $25.00

New User? — Set-up your User Account
Before you can receive a subscription volume, you must first establish your user account. Do this by ordering a subscription. As you place your order, you will be prompted to set-up your user account. And a Subscription Download Table will be added to the Account Page. Users can download volumes as they become available in your Subscription Download Table.

Where is my Account Page?
Once your account is set-up, the user menu will appear above the IJ masthead on the top of your screen.

Returning User?Log in.
Log-in and go to your Account Page. Scroll down to the Subscription Download Table.

How to View your Subscription and Download via My Account Page
Volumes appear in the right column table as they become available for download. Simply click on the volume name in the right column and the download will begin.

  • Go to your Account Page.
  • Scroll down to the Subscription Download Table.
  • Click the title of the volume you wish to download.
  • Download the volume.

When do I know a new Volume is ready for download?
You will receive an email announcement that a new volume is ready for download and you will be prompted to log into your account and download.

Having Problems Downloading?
You must be logged in to download.

Download subscriptions ONLY from your Subscription Download Table on your Account Page.

Not receiving emails? Check with your IT, your virus protection software settings, or junk folder.

Title not appearing in the Subscription Download Table? Make sure you did not download an individual volume or that your subscription has not expired.