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Project MUSE is pleased to announce that ten more titles have been added to the MUSE collection for 2011. These ten titles join the 20 titles previously confirmed as joining MUSE for the 2011 subscription year. MUSE expects to announce a few additional 2011 titles in coming months. Details on MUSE titles, collections, and pricing for 2011 are now available on our web site at http://muse.jhu.edu.
MUSE continues to welcome new publishers for 2011, among them two university presses, Duquesne University Press and Northwestern University Press.
All ten new titles will join MUSE’s Premium Collection. One title, Labour / Le Travail, will also join the Social Sciences Collection.
The ten additional titles and their publishers are:
- Asian Bioethics Review, NUS Press Pte Ltd
- Journal of Burma Studies, NUS Press Pte Ltd
- Journal of the Southwest, The Southwest Center, University of Arizona
- Labour / Le Travail, The Canadian Committee on Labour History
- Levinas Studies, Duquesne University Press
- Mosaic: a journal for the interdisciplinary study of literature, University of Manitoba
- Philippine Studies, Ateneo de Manila University
- Pushkin Review, Slavica Publishers
- Renaissance Drama, Northwestern University Press
- Syllecta Classica, Department of Classics, University of Iowa
Selected titles from MUSE’s existing collection will be added to the Standard, Basic Research, Basic College, and Humanities Collections in 2011. The complete list of 2011 additions to these collections may be found on http://muse.jhu.edu/about/new/upcoming.html.
Six titles will cease contributing new content to MUSE in 2011; all issues currently online remain available to subscribing libraries. Most of the titles transitioning to archive status are ceasing publication. Those ceasing publication are: Brookings Papers on Education Policy, Brookings-Wharton Papers on Urban Affairs, and Comparative Technology Transfer and Society. Other titles no longer contributing current content are: An Sionnach: A Journal of Literature, Culture, and the Arts, which is no longer published by the University of Nebraska Press; Demography, which is moving to a commercial publisher; and The Bulletin of Hispanic Studies, which is moving to the publisher’s platform. At this time, no further titles are expected to transition to archive status for 2011.