But it is exciting. For anyone who has found herself banging against JSTOR's stone wall of "no access" at least without paying big bucks for a momentary (well it seems momentary) glimpse of an article --the ONLY article it seems -- dealing in depth with a subject you are researching, JSTOR is offering a way in. If limited, it is still significant, and it is free. To find out how to use this entrance, go to JSTOR.org and you will find the homepage reads, "A New Chapter Begins." And indeed it does. You can sign up to read three articles at a time, each with a limit of two weeks, for free. Don't laugh! It really is better than nothing.
Here are some of the journals you can now access (mostly in Spanish) that deal for the most part with Mexico:
Historia Mexicana (El Colegio de Mexico)
Estudios Sociologicos (El Colegio de Mexico)
Revista de Historia de America (Pan American Insstitute of Geography and History)
Critica: Revista Hispanoamerica de Filosofia (Instituto de Investigaciones Filosóficas, UNAM)
Latin American Literary Review (Latin American Literary Review Press)
Revista Geografia (Pan American Institute of Geography and History)
Estudios Demograficos y Urbanos (El Colegio de Mexico)
Estudios de Africa y Asia (El Colegio de Mexico) (Just for a change of pace)
Estudios Economicos (El Colegio de Mexico)
There are 1200 journals available, obviously about a lot more than Mexico. Enjoy!