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.
Project MUSE is pleased to announce an expansion of its relationship with the University of Toronto Press
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.
MUSE will host five additional titles from University of Minnesota Press and three from the Wayne State University Press, making the MUSE platform the home for all subscription journals from both publishers.
With the addition of eight journals in 2022, all of IUP's subscription titles will be on the MUSE platform, with fulfillment handled by the Johns Hopkins University Press.
Project MUSE today launches a new MUSE in Focus on its digital platform, “MUSE in Focus: Humanity’s “Code Red” on Climate Change.”
The Royal Irish Academy has chosen the Project MUSE platform to host their journals, beginning in 2022.
Project MUSE is delighted to announce that, beginning in 2022, five subscription journals from the Modern Humanities Research Association (MHRA) will be hosted on the MUSE platform.
Project MUSE partners with UNSILO (a brand of CACTUS) to offer AI-generated content recommendations. UNSILO recently completed the initial indexing of the Project MUSE content collection and enhanced related content recommendations appear throughout the platform.
Project MUSE has received a $75,000 planning grant from The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation’s Public Knowledge Program to study the innovative business model for open access journal publishing known as “Subscribe to Open.” MUSE Open: S2O will assess how Subscribe to Open (S2O) might be coordinated across multiple journals and publishers—the potential pilot could transform access to humanities and social sciences journals.
Project MUSE launches a multimodal digital essay from the University of Virginia Press’ Furnace and Fugue: A Digital Edition of Michael Maier’s Atalanta fugiens (1618) with Scholarly Commentary is now available open access on Project MUSE. The MUSE version of the essay mirrors the content from the born-digital product’s primary site, and is intended to provide an additional pathway to discovery, as well as spotlight the MUSE platform’s suitability for hosting robust and innovative digital humanities works.
Project MUSE Serves as Host Platform for New Initiative
Central European University (CEU) Press, in partnership with COPIM, is pleased to announce that our Opening the Future initiative is now fully live, and member access to the programme’s curated backlist of books is available from Tuesday 19th January, through Project MUSE.
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The Central European University Press (CEUP) announces that it is transitioning to an open access (OA) monograph programme through its new library subscription membership initiative, Opening the Future. CEUP will provide access to portions of their highly-regarded backlist and use the revenue from members’ subscriptions to allow the frontlist to be OA from the date of publication. The Press is working with the Community-led Open Publication Infrastructures for Monographs (COPIM) project. Project MUSE will serve as hosting platform for the subscription packages and new OA titles.
More than 36,000 ebooks from Project MUSE, focused on humanities and social sciences, are now available for title-by-title purchase in the OASIS platform. MUSE books are all digital rights management (DRM)-free, with unlimited simultaneous usage and no download, print, or copy/paste restrictions.