Project MUSE

MUSE debuted in 1995 as collaboration between the John Hopkins University Press and the Milton S. Eisenhower Library at JHU, the first of its kind in scholarly humanities publishing. The database can be accessed within the framework of TÁMOP 4.2.5 application won by Educatio Public Services Non-profit LLC, by institutes applying for it.

Project MUSE is a not-for-profit collaboration between libraries and publishers. MUSE debuted in 1995 as collaboration between the John Hopkins University Press and the Milton S. Eisenhower Library at JHU, the first of its kind in scholarly humanities publishing. Grants from the Mellon Foundation and the National Endowment for the Humanities allowed MUSE to go live with JHU Press journals in 1995. In 2000, MUSE expanded by inviting other scholarly presses and journals to benefit from this successful publishing initiative, cementing MUSE’s role as a leading provider of online journals in the humanities and social sciences.

Today, MUSE is still a not-for-profit collaboration with the goal of disseminating quality scholarship via a sustainable model that meets the needs of both libraries and publishers. MUSE is the trusted source of complete, full-text versions of journals from many of the world’s leading university presses and scholarly societies, with over 120 publishers currently participating.

MUSE currently includes 249,246 articles and 304,383 chapters by 193 publishers

Since 1995 the MUSE journal collections have supported a wide array of research needs at academic, public, special, and school libraries worldwide.

High quality, peer-reviewed, stable content

  • Content written by the most prestigious authors and scholars in their fields
  • Books and journals from non-profit scholarly publishers, including university presses and societies
  • Once content goes online in MUSE, it stays online, permanently

Designed by the academic community, for the academic community

  • Founded as a non-profit collaboration between libraries and publishers
  • Affordable tiered pricing structure enables libraries to customize their offering
  • License designed with library needs in mind

User-friendly platform for research and discovery

  • Search books and journals in one place and at the same time
  • Linking relationships with indexing/abstracting/search services facilitate access to MUSE content
  • Alerts and social networking options for sharing discoveries with colleagues
  • Free access to book and journal Tables of Contents and sample full-text journal articles and book chapters without a subscription.

The database can be accessed within the framework of TÁMOP 4.2.5 application won by Educatio Public Services Non-profit LLC, by institutes applying for it.

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MUSE debuted in 1995 as collaboration between the John Hopkins University Press and the Milton S. Eisenhower Library at JHU, the first of its kind in scholarly humanities publishing. The database can be accessed within the framework of TÁMOP 4.2.5 application won by Educatio Public Services Non-profit LLC, by institutes applying for it.

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