A trusted provider of humanities and social science content for the scholarly community since 1995 with full-text journal, book, and related content from over 200 not-for-profit publishers.
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Project MUSE offers subscription access to hundreds of prestigious peer-reviewed scholarly journals from 200+ leading publishers, most made available in curated collections designed to meet specific library needs and budgets, and many also available for single title subscriptions.
Project MUSE is pleased to begin offering access to additional types of content including critical editions, reference works, primary source material, and related digital humanities projects.
Project MUSE pricing for international academic institutions (outside USA/Canada) is determined through multiple steps, including World Bank World Development Indicators, degrees offered in Humanities and Social Science disciplines, and additional factors that may be considered on a case by case basis.
Project MUSE recognizes the unique needs of libraries in economically disadvantaged countries and recognizes World Bank World Development Indicators to determine pricing. Additionally, MUSE participates in INASP, a program that works to make book and journal content more widely available to libraries in developing countries.