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Save the Dates! MUSE Meets 2022

April 5-6, 2021

We are pleased to announce that MUSE Meets 2022, a virtual gathering focused on not-for-profit scholarly humanities and social science publishing, will take place on April 5-6, 2022

MUSE Meets 2022 will connect the publisher, librarian, and researcher communities that MUSE serves. Registration for the virtual event will be free, and all sessions will be open to any individuals with an interest in digital scholarship.

The 1.5 day event will feature general Project MUSE updates, including updates on key initiatives in journals, books, tech, and sales/marketing happening at MUSE, and panels featuring MUSE staff in conversation with librarians and other industry leaders about innovative digital initiatives, Open Access, and the sustainability of humanities and social sciences publishing in the aftermath of covid-19, among other topics.

Final schedule and registration details will be sent in early 2022.


Details to come in early 2022!


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Presenters & Panelists

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Contact Us

Please email Kelley Squazzo at with any questions.

Code of Conduct

Project MUSE is committed to promoting the principles of Equity, Justice, and Inclusion (EJI). These values are intrinsic to our mission of serving the global academic and scholarly community, and as a virtual gathering of that community, MUSE Meets 2021 will foster an environment where diversity, dignity, and integrity are central to each interaction. While we encourage spirited and free intellectual discussions throughout this event, all such interactions must take place in the spirit of mutual respect and empathy.

To ensure that MUSE Meets 2021 is a positive and rewarding event for all panelists and attendees, we offer this Code of Conduct, adapted in part from the AUPresses Code of Conduct. Any conduct that runs counter to the principles of EJI or in any way threatens the safety or dignity of another participant will have their access revoked immediately.

Prohibited behaviors may include but are not limited to:

  • Offensive or harassing behavior or language based on group status, including but not limited to race, ethnic background, national origin, age, religion, disability or medical condition, gender expression or identity, marital or parental status, sexual orientation, appearance, occupation or professional status, or veteran status;
  • Sexual harassment, including unwelcome attention, stalking (physical or virtual), and non-consensual physical contact;
  • Abusive, biased, or disrespectful conduct that has the purpose or effect of unreasonably interfering with another person’s ability to participate in the event;
  • Real or implied threats of physical or professional harm.

We thank all members of the Project MUSE community for making MUSE Meets 2021 a respectful, positive, professional event where scholarly communication can flourish.

Land Acknowledgment

Project MUSE respectfully acknowledges and gives thanks to the Piscataway Tribe, the Indigenous people who are traditional owners of the lands of the Chesapeake Bay region. We also acknowledge all Indigenous Peoples, the traditional owners of the lands and waters of the United States of America.

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MUSE Meets 2021