Project MUSE, Johns Hopkins University Press (Web)
In response to the currently restriction of movement, Project MUSE has made its entire range of products freely accessible until 31 May 2020.
Project MUSE is a leading provider of digital humanities and social science content for the scholarly community around the world.
For 25 years, Project MUSE has been the trusted and reliable source of complete, full-text versions of scholarly journals from many of the world’s leading universities and scholarly societies. Currently, Project MUSE has over 700 journals from 125 publishers and offers over 60,000 books from more than 100 presses. All books are fully integrated with Project MUSE’s scholarly journal content, with collection and single title purchasing, subscription, OA books/MUSE Open and evidence-based acquisition models available.
Journal of Women’s History
One of the – temporarily – freely accessible journals is the Journal of Women’s History (Web).
Available here are all issues since the first volume in 1989 – until today, the 32nd volume.
The award-winning Journal of Women’s History is the first journal devoted exclusively to the international field of women’s history. It publishes cutting-edge scholarship from around the globe in all historical periods. The Journal also promotes comparative and transnational methods and approaches to historical constructions of gender as they shape and are in turn shaped by women’s experiences.