Project MUSE launches a multimodal digital essay from the University of Virginia Press’ Furnace and Fugue: A Digital Edition of Michael Maier’s Atalanta fugiens (1618) with Scholarly Commentary is now available open access on Project MUSE. The MUSE version of the essay mirrors the content from the born-digital product’s primary site, and is intended to provide an additional pathway to discovery, as well as spotlight the MUSE platform’s suitability for hosting robust and innovative digital humanities works.
Project MUSE is pleased to announce seven additional journal titles now available on our platform.
Project MUSE Serves as Host Platform for New Initiative
Central European University (CEU) Press, in partnership with COPIM, is pleased to announce that our Opening the Future initiative is now fully live, and member access to the programme’s curated backlist of books is available from Tuesday 19th January, through Project MUSE.
A selection of scholarship from Project MUSE publishers exploring the political and societal forces that built up to the violence of January 6th.
Four Project MUSE journals are recipients of awards from the Council of Editors of Learned Journals (CELJ), presented during the 2021 Modern Language Association (MLA) meeting earlier this month.
New Additions, Title Status Changes
Project MUSE is pleased to announce four additional titles that will be joining its Premium Collection of journals for 2021. Acta Koreana, Labour History: A Journal of Labour and Social History, Urban History Review, and The Yale Review join two previously-announced titles - The French Review and T’ang Studies - bringing the total number of new additions to the Premium Collection to six journals.
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