Fifty journals from more than 20 publishers are confirmed to date for participation in Project MUSE's Subscribe to Open program - coming in 2025 - with more expected to join before the end of this year.
The Annual Frontlist Collections from Project MUSE offer libraries the earliest access to newly-published books from the more than 200 university press and related scholarly publishers who participate in MUSE book collections. The 2024 collections are now available for purchase, with the Complete Annual Frontlist collection guaranteed to include over 2,300 new releases.
Miller's appointment to the newly-established position furthers a strategic growth process at MUSE that has seen the organization enhance its capacity and reach, while strengthening the alignment of its relationships with libraries and publishers.
Hundreds of peer-reviewed journals in the humanities and social sciences are available for single title subscription on the Project MUSE platform, representing the best scholarship from university presses, scholarly societies, and related not-for-profit publishers. Following are some updates to single title subscriptions on MUSE for the 2024 calendar year.
Libraries can expand access to timely and trusted scholarship with the Project MUSE Journals PLUS+ Package, a large bundle of journal titles that are part of the journal hosting program on the MUSE platform, and are not included in any of MUSE's curated journal collections. The package is an affordable and convenient way to add vital, current, peer-reviewed literature to a library’s collection, and support academy-owned and independent non-profit publishers.
Project MUSE is pleased to announce five titles confirmed to join our curated Journal Collections beginning in 2024.
Project MUSE is pleased to host the newly-launched Gender and Sexuality Studies collection of open access book titles, from the Big Ten Open Books project.
Project MUSE will greatly expand the Spanish and Portuguese language book content on our platform, via partnerships with a large number of distinguished university presses from Latin America. New and recent backlist titles will be available to libraries worldwide through MUSE's DRM-free purchase models.
For nearly 30 years, Project MUSE has been the trusted and reliable source for access to essential humanities and social science research, as an integral part of the scholarly communications ecosystem and platform of choice for respected not-for-profit publishers. As we approach our third decade, we are pleased to announce several enhancements to the organization which expand our capacity and reach, while supporting our strategic priorities and our commitment to equity and inclusion.
Project MUSE and its participating publishers are pleased to announce a program to provide free access to selected journal titles in many low-income countries. All available volumes and issues from more than 250 titles are now available for free access to any individual from 19 countries.
Chapter from A New Vision for Islamic Pasts and Futures provides a pathway for further discovery of the groundbreaking born-digital Islamic studies publication, a collaboration between the MIT Press and Brown University Digital Publications.