Project MUSE, a leading provider of digital humanities and social sciences content, recently announced they will add twelve new journals to their online collections for 2018, with a few more expected to be confirmed shortly. The new titles grow their holdings across several core MUSE subject areas, including, religious studies, cultural studies, literature, education, library science, and music. A list of all new journals confirmed to date, along with other collection content updates may be found here.
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