Project Muse ® provides full-text access to more than 320 scholarly journals in the arts and humanities; social sciences; and mathematics. Fields covered include literature and criticism; history; the visual and performing arts; cultural studies; education; political science; gender studies; economics; and many others.
The database allows keyword and Boolean searching across the full-text of all journals in the database, selected subsets of journal titles, or in just a single title. Tables of contents of articles and book reviews can be searched by author and title as well as by Library of Congress subject headings.
Full-text articles are provided in HTML format with linking among article bibliographies, citations, endnotes, author biographies, and illustrations. The list of citations resulting from a search may be e-mailed or exported directly into a citation management program (either EndNote or Refworks).
For help using these indexes see: How do I find an article on my topic?
User tools and features
Alert service, includes a Journals Alert email alert service that sends notifications of new journal issues or new titles available in Project Muse.
Varies for each journal; the earliest date of inclusion is 1990.
Type of coverage
Indexing and full-text of articles.
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More than 300 scholarly journals in the arts and humanities; social sciences; and mathematics.
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