As we close the month, our spotlight shines on Dianna Gilroy, who works at the Purdue University Press as the Managing Editor of Shofar. 1. What got you into publishing? I was a PhD candidate in English, in the Theory and Cultural Studies program, where my department offered a two-year assistantship as an assistant editor […]
Project MUSE is pleased to announce a partnership with Boston-based publishing technology company ReadCube to index our 626 scholarly journals with ReadCube’s Discover service. The indexed collection is not only searchable across ReadCube’s web, desktop, and mobile reading portals but also included in ReadCube’s search engines, related article feeds and popular recommendation engine. The partnership […]
Everyone has, at one time or another, experienced a feeling of nostalgia, cast upon them when experiencing something familiar. As Project MUSE’s 20th anniversary comes to a close, we decided bring back one of our most popular promotional materials—our bookmarks from 2008. For those of you who have seen MUSE at conferences or have requested […]
Project MUSE joins the University Press of Colorado in offering heartfelt sympathy to the family, friends, and colleagues of Colorado author Ethan Schmidt, whose life was tragically and senselessly cut short this week. We are grateful and proud to help preserve Schmidt’s legacy by including his first book The Divided Dominion in our collection.
As we parse the oppressively hot days that are filled with aggressive crashes and rain that assaults the night, it seems like the end might be in sight for us. As summer starts to come to an end, and the temperatures are supposed to be getting cooler, we look forward to the colors changing from […]
One of my teachers graduated from college in the same year that Betty Friedan published The Feminine Mystique, 1963. My teacher, a feminist by the time I took her class fifteen years later, was not initially convinced or impressed by Friedan’s argument. I don’t believe this was a unique reaction, as the flourishing of second […]
There is nothing better to me than a long weekend watching Lord of the Rings, honestly. So when I had the absolute pleasure of interviewing Richard Mathews about his work with the Fantastic, and even more importantly, LOTR, and all things Tolkien, it only made sense that the Journal of the Month for September would […]
As with my previous post, this offering comes from my volunteer work as the radio host for Interchange which airs on Bloomington, Indiana’s Community Radio Station, WFHB. Living in Bloomington in a neighborhood surrounded by both students and professors at Indiana University creates many opportunities to meet people doing interesting research and writing about it. […]