The following journals, previously announced as joining Project MUSE, are now online:
** From the Liverpool University Press: European Journal of Language Policy
Published by Liverpool University Press, in association with the Conseil europen pour les langues/European Language Council, the journal aims to address major developments in language policy from a European perspective, regarding multilingualism and the diversity of languages as valuable assets in the culture, politics and economics of twenty-first century societies.
** From the Duke University Press: Journal of Chinese Literature and Culture
The Journal of Chinese Literature and Culture publishes research on premodern Chinese literature and all aspects of the broader literary culture. It also explores the influence of traditional literature and culture in modern and contemporary China. Jointly sponsored by Peking University and the University of Illinois, the journal is committed to an international editorial vision and to in-depth exchange and collaboration among scholars in China, the U.S., and around the world.
** From the University of Nebraska Press: Middle West Review
The Middle West Review is an interdisciplinary journal about the American Midwest and the only publication dedicated exclusively to the study of the Midwest as a region. It provides a forum for scholars and nonscholars alike to explore the contested meanings of Midwestern identity, history, geography, society, culture, and politics.