Individuals can now access many of our journal articles and issues previously only available to those with institutional access, thanks to a new program on the Project MUSE platform.
Since spring, readers have purchased nearly 100 full issues or articles from our archive, including The Journal of Daoist Studies, Biography, China Review International, Korean Studies, and Rapa Nui Journal.
Recently downloaded articles include:
- “Unsettling SpongeBob and the Legacies of Violence on Bikini Bottom” by Holly M. Barker, The Contemporary Pacific, vol. 31 no. 2 (Fall 2019)
- “M4BL and the Critical Matter of Black Lives,” an introduction to the special issue by Brittney Cooper and Treva B. Lindsey, Biography, vol. 41 no. 4 (Fall 2018)
- “Other Bandungs: Afro-Asian Internationalisms in the Early Cold War,” an introduction to the special issue by Su Lin Lewis and Carolien Stolte, Journal of World History, vol. 30 nos. 1-2 (Summer 2019)
- “What Is Modernology (1927)” by Kon Wajirō and Ignacio Adriasola, Review of Japanese Culture and Society, vol. 28 (2016)
- “Mapping the Daoist Body, Part One: The Neijing tu in History” by Louis Komjathy, Journal of Daoist Studies, vol. 1 (2008)
- “Om Mani Padme Hum in Daoist Revision” by Steve Jackowicz, Journal of Daoist Studies, vol. 6 (2013)