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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..
The editor of ‘New England Review’ ponders the local roots versus the global nature of this literary magazine.
Last week we hosted our publishers at a meeting on our home turf in Baltimore, and we had a blast! Check out the presentation slides, as well as some pictures from our pre-meeting reception.
Have you been reading our series on National Poetry Month on the MUSE Commons??
Great timing! The 2016 issue of Cuban Studies just launched on MUSE with articles, in both English and Spanish, covering the Cuban economy, health-care system, and José Martí. http://bit.ly/1Uydt0a
for those interested in how the mental health professions approached treatment of children, a brief history of how treatment centers evolved.
Residential Treatment and the Invention of the Emotionally Disturbed Child in Twentieth-Century America
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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 […]
Project Muse has recently released back issues from the journal Women in French Studies. Women In French Studies, published by the Women in French Association, encourages the study of women thinkers and writers in […]
Well, we have reached the last Friday of April. Lucky for me, and National Poetry Month, there were five Fridays this month, and as such, I was able to feature five amazing Presses and a lot of amazing poetry. I […]