Project MUSE free access / Women's History Month sources
March 18, 2020 6:06 PM   Subscribe

Several university presses are offering content on Project MUSE for free until the end of May or June: Johns Hopkins University Press; The University of North Carolina Press; University of Nebraska Press; Temple University Press; University Press of Colorado; Utah State University Press; The Ohio State University Press; Vanderbilt University Press; and University of Georgia Press. Incidentally, it's Women's History Month, and Project MUSE hosts many recent publications of relevance.

For example, these seven titles ... Also, according to Microsoft Academic, here are seven of the most cited articles from the past ten years of the Journal of Women's History:
posted by Wobbuffet (2 comments total) 24 users marked this as a favorite
Fantastic post, thank you!
posted by jokeefe at 10:47 PM on March 18, 2020 [1 favorite]

Wow. So Many Books. Thank you. From a partial look through one publisher (the 1600 books of Johns Hopkins) I've already found lots I would like to read:

* Children's Association Quarterly
* Over the River and Through the Wood: An Anthology of Nineteenth-Century American Children's Poetry
* Artifacts: How We Think and Write about Found Objects
* Lady Rachel Russell: "One of the Best of Women"
* Taxi!: A Social History of the New York City Cabdriver

Maybe we need a read-along? Probably impossible to choose one book for all of us, but we could have a thread where we talk about different books we are each reading from these and the Cambridge ones in the post below.
posted by paduasoy at 1:41 AM on March 19, 2020 [2 favorites]

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