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Browse Book and Journal Content on Project MUSE

MUSE Discoverability Partners

Project MUSE cooperates with the following organizations to facilitate convenient discovery of MUSE journal and book content and seamless linking to the full-text in MUSE.

Institutions must have a Project MUSE license to access full-text MUSE content through these services. For further information regarding the discovery services provided by these groups, please contact the organization directly. Library service providers interested in establishing a business relationship with MUSE should contact Customer Support. Libraries may set up links to their OpenURL-compliant linking server for content retrieved in Project MUSE searches.

Discovery and Linking Partners:

  • ACLS Humanities E-Book (books)
  • ARC / NINES (Networked Infrastructure for Nineteenth-Century Electronic Scholarship) (journals and books)
  • Brepols Publishers (journals and books)
  • CNKI (journals and books)
  • CrossRef ( journals)
  • EBSCO [A-Z, EBSCO Discovery Services] (journals and books)
  • Ex Libris [Primo Central] (journals)
  • Ex Libris [Alma] (books)
  • Google (journals and books)
  • Meta [Sciencescape] (journals)
  • Microsoft Academic Search (journals and books)
  • Minerva M/e/o/s (journals)
  • MLA Bibliography (journals and books)
  • OCLC [Knowledgebase] (journals and books)
  • Philosophy Documentation Center (journals)
  • ProQuest [Summon Service] (journals and books)
  • ReadCube [Labtiva] (journals)
  • SCOPUS [Elsevier] (books)
  • SocialNAR (journals)
  • Softweco Group [Naviga] (journals)  
  • TDNet (journals and books)
  • Third Iron [BrowZine] (journals)
  • Wikipedia Library (journals and books)