Project MUSE journals
Project MUSE provides online access to over 650 full-text journals from over 200 non-profit publishers in the humanities and social sciences.
You can download http://muse.jhu.edu/about/librarians/holdings.html of the resources available in your country. These lists can be merged into one file and sorted by journal title, publisher, subject etc. Please note that any downloaded Excel sheets can be altered. Therefore the PDF versions remain the definitive versions. Only titles on the PDF list above are available through INASP and only these should be discussed with INASP and publishers.
Open Access Content
Project MUSE is pleased to announce the launch of RSF: The Russell Sage Foundation Journal of the Social Sciences as a fully open access title on the MUSE platform. A peer-reviewed journal designed to promote cross-disciplinary collaborations on timely issues of interest to academics, policymakers, and the public at large, RSF offers thematic journal issues focusing on specific research questions or areas of interest.
- Area and Ethnic Studies
- Art and Architecture
- Creative Writing
- Film, Theater, and Performing Arts
- Language and Linguistics
- Library Science and Publishing
- Medicine and Health
- Science, Technology, and Mathematics
- Social Sciences
- Studies by Time Period
- Women's Studies, Gender, and Sexuality
To see the full list of subjects visit the Project MUSE subject browse page.
Project MUSE launches the online journal issue and the ebook the same day the print issue is made available.
Training and usage guides are available on the publisher's website. When searching, to see your subscribed content select to search"Only content I have full access to."
Institutions in the following countries can register for access to Project MUSE journals through the process below:
Registration and Access
Registration for Project MUSE journals
Each developing country institution eligible for access is required to register to use Project MUSE. If you have not used this resource before you may need to check if your institution is registered and identify the contact person who has your access details. To do this, please go to the subscribed resources registration and select your country and institution.
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