By Project MUSE
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 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.
We look forward to connecting and innovating together!
Keep an eye on our MUSE Meets 2022 web page for updates.
Beatrice and Julio Mario Santo Domingo Director and Librarian, John Carter Brown Library and Professor of History, Brown University
Karin Wulf is a historian of early America, the Beatrice and Julio Mario Santo Domingo Director and Librarian of the John Carter Brown Library, and Professor of History, Brown University. She is the author or editor of award-winning scholarly books and essays, and she regularly writes for general audience publications about history, archives, and the importance of humanities scholarship.
Pre-Meeting: MUSE Briefs
Starting March 21, 2022
MUSE Briefs provide easily digestible 10-15 minute videos to give you the updates, stories, and behind-the-scenes from Sales & Marketing, Production & Technology, and Journals and Books Acquisition and Content Development. Video links will be sent to registrants on or around March 21.
MUSE Meets 2022: Day 1 (LIVE)
Tuesday, April 5, 2022
Keynote: "Humanity Needs the Humanities -- and So Does STEM."
Karin Wulf, Beatrice and Julio Mario Santo Domingo Director and Librarian, John Carter Brown Library and Professor of History, Brown University
Panel Discussion: "OA Pathways for the Non-Profit Scholarly Journals Publisher"
- Raym Crow, Managing Partner, Chain Bridge Group
- Clare Hooper, Head of Journals, Liverpool University Press
- Andrea Lopez, Director of Sales, Partnerships & Initiatives, Annual Reviews
- Simon Bell, Institutional Sales Manager, Bristol University Press
- Antonia Pop, Vice President, University of Toronto Press
- Liz Brown, Publisher Relations Manager, Project MUSE (moderator)
Panel Discussion: "Community-Based Solutions to Shared Challenges: Innovating Together for Inclusion, Equity, and Justice in Scholarly Communications"
- Harriet Green, Associate University Librarian for Digital Scholarship and Technology Services, Washington University Libraries
- Charlotte Roh, Reference and Instruction Librarian, California State University San Marcos
- Yasmeen Shorish, Head of Scholarly Communications Strategies and Special Advisor to the Dean on Equity Initiatives, James Madison University Libraries
- Maurice York, Director of Library Initiatives, Big Ten Academic Alliance
- Melanie Schaffner, Director, Sales and Marketing, Project MUSE
Networking Session: Books
Networking Session: Journals
MUSE Meets 2022: Day 2 (LIVE)
Wednesday, April 6, 2022
- Wendy Queen, Director, Project MUSE
- Barbara Kline Pope, Director, Johns Hopkins University Press
Panel Discussion: "Innovating the Humanities: Brainstorming for the Future"
- Arthur Levine, Distinguished Scholar of Higher Education, New York University
- Allison Levy, Digital Scholarship Editor, Brown University Library
- Tom Lippincott, Assistant Research Professor, Johns Hopkins University
- Kelley Squazzo, Director of Publisher Relations and Content Development, Project MUSE (moderator)
Networking Session: Sales and Marketing
Networking Session: Technology and Humanities
Please contact us with any questions about MUSE Meets 2022.