November 29, 2020

Confirmed: 19 New Journals Coming to Project MUSE Collections in 2014

From MUSE News:

MUSE is pleased to announce that 19 new journals are confirmed so far to join the MUSE collections in 2014. The new journals add content in many research areas including French Literature, Philosophy, Anthropology and various area studies including Canadian, African and Caribbean studies.

All new titles will be part of the Premium Collection and selected new and existing titles will be added to the other collections.

See the list of new titles for 2014 along with a chart showing additions to collections other than Premium.

One title will not be contributing new content to MUSE in 2014, Innovations: Technology, GovernanceGlobalization. However, all issues of this journal currently on MUSE will remain accessible on MUSE.

Additional titles are in process of being confirmed and will be announced as soon as available.

Subsciption Pricing Information For North American Institutions

See Also: Ebooks: Project MUSE Announces Eight New Publishers to Join UPCC in 2014

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