November 27, 2015

Serials: List of New Journals Being Added to Project Muse (Spreadsheet)

From Project Muse:

The 25 new journals joining MUSE this year add to MUSE’s subject strengths in disciplines such as history, literature, women’s and gender studies, philosophy, African studies, and language and linguistics.

Use the corresponding spreadsheet of new titles, which can be sorted by discipline, as a guide for alerting faculty and subject specialists to new MUSE content pertinent to their areas of interest.

All new titles are added to the Premium Collection and selected new and existing titles are being added to the other collections. See the chart showing additions to collections other than Premium.

This year four journals will no longer be adding current content to MUSE: a/b: Auto/Biography Studies; Innovations: Technology, Governance, Globalization; Race/Ethnicity: Multidisciplinary Global Contexts; Renaissance Drama. All past issues of each journal currently on MUSE remain available on MUSE to subscribing libraries.

See Also: Spreadsheet of All Muse Titles

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