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Project MUSE is thrilled to share the news of a major grant to the Johns Hopkins University from the Mellon Foundation to support the development and implementation of MUSE Open, a platform for hosting open access monographs on MUSE.

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The Washington Post picks up the fascinating theory put forth by John G. Sotos in the most recent issue of Perspectives in Biology and Medicine from Johns Hopkins University Press. Read the article in the Post and then delve into the article on Project MUSE: http://muse.jhu.edu/article/622399

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Project MUSE Director Wendy Queen interviewed MAYA Design Principal Mickey McManus during a fascinating and well-received plenary session at the AAUP Annual Meeting this morning. #aaup16

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Congratulations to all the participants in this morning’s Rocky Run at the AAUP Annual Meeting in Philadelphia, sponsored by Project MUSE! #aaup16 #rockyrun

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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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Join us on our blog for a guest post from the editor of the journal English Literature in Transition 1880-1920: what prompts the undertaking of multi-volume, multi-year variorum editions on such writers as Wilde, Conrad, Woolf, James, and Wyndam Lewis? How can an editor claim that such an edition is..

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Scholars are talking about MUSE books!

"Project Muse's ebook platform has changed the way I regard library ebooks. Before, I would cringe a bit when the catalog showed a book only available in electronic form. The older ebook platforms put so many impediments in the way of reading, searching, copying, pasting, and printing, that I avoiding using them. But with Project Muse I've finally found not only a friendly, easy-to-use ebook platform, but also one that includes an impressively large collection of the highest-quality scholarship." ---MM, University of Wisconsin, Madison

2016 Book Collections now available for purchase!


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