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"Operation Polecat": Thomas E. Dewey, the 1948 Election, and the Origins of McCarthyism
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June 22, 2022
Wendy Queen Joins AU Presses Board
Wendy Queen Joins AU Presses Board
Wendy Queen, Director of Project MUSE, a division of Johns Hopkins University Press, officially joins the Association of University Presses Board having been elected in May 2022 at their Annual Business Meeting and officially announced by AU Presses earlier today.
May 13, 2022
90 Journals Migrate to MUSE as their new hosting platform
90 Journals Migrate to MUSE
Project MUSE is pleased to have completed the migration of 90 journals from the JSTOR Hosting Program, which closed recently following a grace period ending February 28, 2022. Forty-one (41) of these journals were already available on the MUSE platform to MUSE collection subscribers, and their publishers have now migrated both institutional and individual single title subscribers to the MUSE platform.
April 13, 2022
Matthew Treskon Joins MUSE
Treskon Joins MUSE
Project MUSE is pleased to welcome Matthew Treskon as its new Metadata Strategist working as a liaison with MUSE’s libraries and discovery partners. Prior to arriving at Project MUSE, Treskon served as the Technology Librarian and subsequently Assistant Director at the Loyola Notre Dame Library (the academic library of Loyola University Maryland and Notre Dame of Maryland University).
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