Tuesday, July 26, 2011

More Content Coming to Project MUSE


Project MUSE has added back issues for ten journals to the collection. Nine of these titles now have their complete runs available in MUSE, bringing the total number of full-run titles to 46 of the more than 400 Project MUSE journals. The ten journals adding back issues are:

  • Asian Bioethics Review, December 2008 Inaugural Issue-current issue;
  • Diaspora: A Journal of Transnational Studies, Vol. 1, 1991-current issue;

  • Eighteenth-Century Fiction, Vol. 1, 1988-current issue;

  • Genocide Studies and Prevention, Vol. 1, 2006-current issue;

  • Late Imperial China, Vol. 1, 1965-current issue;

  • Minnesota Review, No. 1, 1973-current issue;

  • Nka: Journal of Contemporary African Art, Iss. 1, 1994-current issue;

  • Northeast African Studies, Vol. 1, 1994-current issue;

  • Southwestern Historical Quarterly, Vol. 111, 2007-current issue;

  • Tenso, Vol. 1, 1985/86-current issue
Project MUSE has also announced that the following 25 titles will be added to the collection starting in 2012.
  • Comitatus: A Journal of Medieval and Renaissance Studies

  • Cultural Politics

  • Dante Studies

  • Digital Philology: A Journal of Medieval Cultures

  • Eugene O'Neill Review

  • German Studies Review

  • Indonesia

  • Innovations: Technology, Governance, Globalization

  • Interdisciplinary Literary Studies

  • Journal of Assessment and Institutional Effectiveness

  • Journal of Dramatic Theory and Criticism

  • Journal of Human Resources

  • Journal of Korean Religions

  • Journal of Moravian History

  • Journal of Religion and Popular Culture

  • The Jurist: Studies in Church Law and Ministry

  • Land Economics

  • Mediterranean Studies

  • Milton Studies

  • Preternature: Critical and Historical Studies on the Preternatural

  • Revista de Estudios Hisp├ínicos

  • The Scriblerian and the Kit-Cats

  • Soundings: An Interdisciplinary Journal

  • Traditio

  • Transportation Journal
Project MUSE is a full-text collection of over 400 scholarly, peer reviewed journals in the arts, humanities, and social sciences from nearly 30 university presses and scholarly societies, including The Johns Hopkins University Press and The Brookings Institution. You can start exploring Project MUSE by clicking here or you can always find a link on the Library's home page under Online Resources.

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