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Project MUSE® Syndication

Syndication via Project MUSE® RSS Feeds

RSS stands for "RDF Site Summary". It provides a mechanism for Project MUSE® users to subscribe to important information regarding Project MUSE® content. Project MUSE® uses RSS to alert users of new content available on the Project MUSE® website. This information can be subscribed to using an RSS aggregator or reader, and used as an alerting service for users or be used as a means of syndication.

Project MUSE® RSS Feeds

Latest Issues (Latest four issues of each journal)

Table of Contents (Latest articles in each journal)

Upcoming Titles (2014) (Project MUSE® titles launching in 2014)

Subscribing to Project MUSE® RSS Feeds

To make use of Project MUSE® RSS feeds, you will need an RSS reader. An RSS reader is a web-based or desktop application that automatically gathers feeds from all of your selected websites and makes them available for reading. By using an RSS reader, you can collect in one place the information available through Project MUSE® RSS feeds.

NOTE: Click here for instructions on how to use Project MUSE® RSS feeds when authenticating through a proxy server.

How to Subscribe to Project MUSE® RSS Feeds

To make use of Project MUSE® RSS feeds, you will need an RSS reader. An RSS reader is a web-based or desktop application that automatically gathers feeds from all of your selected websites and makes them available for reading. By using an RSS reader, you can collect in one place the information available through Project MUSE® RSS feeds.

To subscribe to a Project MUSE® RSS feed:  

  1. Click on any of the feeds listed in "Project MUSE® RSS Feeds"
    OR
    Visit the journal's homepage to view the available feeds for a journal.
  2. Copy & paste the URL of the RSS feed to your RSS reader.