from Project MUSE:
Project MUSE is pleased to announce that over 30 new titles have been confirmed to date for addition to its online journal collections in 2009. Among the new publishers contributing content to MUSE are the Liverpool University Press, The Western Literature Association, and The New Chaucer Society. List pricing for the journal collections for 2009 is also now available.
The new interface that will launch this August offers enhanced functionality at the journal article level, additional tools for locating relevant content in MUSE, and easier navigation of the site's informational pages, along with an attractive new layout.
New Titles for 2009
The journals joining MUSE in 2009 enhance its offerings in Asian studies, Women's studies, African-American studies, Latin American studies, Iberian studies, higher education, literature, and public policy, among others. Highlights of the journals joining the MUSE collections include African-American Review, Harvard Journal of Asiatic Studies, The Bulletin of Hispanic Studies, Western American Literature, International Journal of Feminist Approaches to Bioethics, and Anthropological Linguistics. (Please see below for a complete list of titles confirmed to date.) Further additions will be announced later this summer.