Following a year of research and community engagement funded by a planning grant from the Mellon Foundation’s Public Knowledge Program, Project MUSE is preparing a Subscribe to Open (S2O) offer across multiple journal titles and participating publishers that will begin with the 2025 calendar year subscription term.
The 2023 Annual Frontlist Collections of books on Project MUSE are now available for purchase, with a 20% early bird discount offered on purchases through February 2023. The Annual Frontlist Collections 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 2023 Complete Annual Frontlist collection is guaranteed to include over 2,700 new releases, an increase of nearly 300 titles over the 2022 collection.
Project MUSE is pleased to announce an expansion of its relationship with the University of Toronto Press
The Project MUSE Premium Plus Package provides access to a large bundle of journal titles that are part of the journal hosting program on the MUSE platform
Project MUSE is pleased to announce five titles confirmed to join our curated Journal Collections beginning in 2023.
Explore an article by Project MUSE's Publisher Relations Manager Phil Hearn, on questions surrounding Open Access (OA) monographs and Project MUSE
Director of Project MUSE looks forward to representing MUSE & partner publishers
MUSE's hosted journal offerings have doubled, giving libraries further flexibility and control over subscriptions
MUSE's new metadata strategist will work and liaison with our library customers and discovery partners
CEU Press makes its most pertinent titles on Ukraine and its neighbors freely available on the Project MUSE platform.
Over 200 people have already registered to attend MUSE Meets 2022! Registration is FREE, and all sessions will be open to any individuals with an interest in digital scholarship.
The Association for the Study of African American Life and History, widely known as the founders of Black History Month, has selected Project MUSE to host its journal, Black History Bulletin.