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Project MUSE

Project MUSE


Project MUSE has offered libraries affordable access to essential humanities and social science research for more than 25 years, as an integral part of the scholarly communications ecosystem and platform of choice for respected not-for-profit publishers. Currently, Project MUSE is the trusted and reliable source for over 800 journals and more than 85,000 books, from over 200 of the world's leading university presses and scholarly societies. All content on MUSE is DRM-free with unlimited use, making it ideal for teaching and research. MUSE also hosts thousands of open access books and several open access journal titles, freely available to anyone worldwide.

Scavenger Hunt: 50% of the Project MUSE team has been working at MUSE for more than a decade!


What's New at Project MUSE/Fall 22
Books on Project MUSE
Evidence-Based Acquisition (EBA) for MUSE Books
Journals on Project MUSE
Project MUSE Overview and Features
Making The Most of Project MUSE
Project MUSE for High Schools
Create a My MUSE account
Publishing on MUSE (for Authors/Researchers)


Elizabeth Brown

Publisher Relations Manager

Phillip Hearn

Publisher Relations Manager

Wendy Queen


Melanie Schaffner

Director of Sales & Marketing

Kelley Squazzo

Director of Publisher Relations & Content Development