Project MUSE offers access to both current and archival content from hundreds of prestigious peer-reviewed scholarly journals, across a large range of subjects within the humanities and social sciences. More than 200 not-for-profit publishers produce the journals on the MUSE platform, including university presses, scholarly societies, research institutes, academic departments, and independent titles. A wide variety of subscription options makes it easy to provide access to the ideal mix of titles to meet your institution's needs and budget. Our curated MUSE Journal Collections provide value for all sizes and types of libraries. Many journals are also available for institutional single title subscriptions on the MUSE platform.
Project MUSE journal collections are available to institutions for subscription access. Libraries may select from among our four curated, interdisciplinary collections designed to meet the specific needs and budgets of various kinds of academic and research institutions, or may choose to subscribe to one or both of MUSE's discipline-specific collections, created to address the needs of specialist institutions. Six smaller subject-specific collections are also available. Subscriptions to the Journal Collections operate on a calendar year term; all subscriptions expire on December 31. Subscriptions beginning after January 31 are pro-rated for the remainder of the calendar year term, and there are no rolling subscription terms. Consortium subscription arrangements are available.
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Many journals are available for single title subscriptions on the MUSE platform. Some of these journals are also available in the MUSE collections, while others available only for single title subscription. Subscriptions may be placed through most major agents, and some titles may be ordered directly with the Johns Hopkins University Press Journals Division, which provides fulfillment services for single titles on the MUSE platform. Other titles must be ordered directly from the publisher. Learn more about single title subscription availability, pricing, policies, and procedures.