Each year, Project MUSE adds a select few journals to its signature Journal Collections, which MUSE sells to institutions and libraries worldwide.
Applications to join Project MUSE are accepted year-round, and selections are made in the Spring for the following calendar year.
Project MUSE’s mission is to support the scholarly publishing ecosystem by offering reasonably-priced content from non-profit publishers to libraries and returning sustaining revenue to the publishers.
Project MUSE’s Open Access Books Program, launching in summer 2018, offers publishers the ability to publish open access books on the MUSE platform.
Project MUSE welcomes inquiries from non-profit, scholarly book publishers.
Project MUSE is a trusted provider of authoritative humanities and social science books and journals from more than 200 of the world’s most distinguished university presses and scholarly societies. Click on a publisher name below to view full text from journals and books by this publisher in MUSE.
Project MUSE recently hosted its annual publishers meeting in Baltimore, Maryland. This year we took the opportunity to welcome publishers to your own neighborhood, holding the meeting at the Johns Hopkins University Homewood campus in the historic Charles Village neighborhood.