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We created the Project MUSE Commons to spotlight Project MUSE content and engage our content community. Project MUSE makes available scholarly journals and books in the humanities and social sciences from non-profit publishers. Ask your library for more information.
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MUSE is pleased to announce that seven classic titles from Cornell University Press, previously out of print and not available electronically, are now open access on our platform.
Distinguished books in Slavic studies and German studies, selected with input from scholars and library subject specialists,..
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The editor of ‘New England Review’ ponders the local roots versus the global nature of this literary magazine.
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What would I like to know about Ghana? That’s a question I asked myself when I saw that Ghana Studies would be the journal of the month in June. I looked at the current issue, v. 18 (2015), and saw Michael Perry […]
Project MUSE, in collaboration with Cornell University Press, is pleased to announce the digital, fully-open-access availability of seven classic titles from the Press’ distinguished catalog, on the Project MUSE […]
Project MUSE was proud to be a sponsor of AMICAL’s annual conference, held last week in Rome. AMICAL is a consortium of 25 American-style universities, all located outside the United States. While this year’s […]
“Challenges in Editing Late Nineteenth- and Early […]
Project MUSE is happy to introduce three more of our newest journals in our collections. The World Policy Journal and Georgetown Journal of International Affairs both offer readers articles relating to foreign […]
Project MUSE will be at the International Congress for Medieval Studies this week! This Congress, hosted annually by Western Michigan University’s Medieval Institute, brings together 3,500 Medieval Studies […]
Project Muse is kicking off our busy conference month with a week-long exhibit at SALALM from May 9 through the 13. SALALM is a seminar on the acquisition of Latin American Library Materials. This year’s […]
What’s New England about New England Review? people often ask us, and writers […]