Project MUSE

Project MUSE has been an integral part of the scholarly communications ecosystem for 25 years, providing affordable access to essential humanities and social science research from respected not-for-profit publishers. Currently, Project MUSE is the trusted and reliable source for over 700 journals and over 60,000 books, from more than 200 of the world's leading university presses and scholarly societies. The MUSE platform also hosts thousands of open access books and several open access journal titles, freely available to anyone worldwide.

Benefits of Research and Teaching with Project MUSE

  • DRM-free full text, with unlimited usage, printing and downloading
  • Search books & journals on a single platform
  • Personalized MyMUSE accounts allow saving and organizing your content
  • Get alerts for your favorite journals, publishers, and topics
  • Subject-specific resources for instructors and courses
  • Mobile-friendly interface, compliant with accessibility standards

Contact us to learn more about using Project MUSE, details on how your library can acquire MUSE content, and our hosting services for not-for-profit publications.

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  • Save journal articles, issues, and titles to your personal library
  • Save book chapters and books to your personal library
  • Search within the items in your library.

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Open Access Resources on MUSE

Project MUSE offers open access (OA) books and journals from several distinguished university presses and scholarly societies. These books and journals are freely available to libraries and users around the world.

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