In 2016, our online journals content hosted by Project MUSE attracted visitors from nearly 2,300 institutions in 77 countries. The full-text of 500+ articles were downloaded nearly 100,000 times, with full issues downloaded 300,000 times. Here we share with you the top downloaded article for each of our titles in 2016.
Many of our journals have decades of history and it’s great to see archival content still relevant to readers today. China Review International’s most downloaded article is 20 years old, whereas The Contemporary Pacific and Philosophy East & West attracted the most downloads with 2016 content.
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The Journal of Archaeology for Asia and the Pacific
Vol. 51, No. 2 (2002)
“Material Practice and the Metamorphosis of a Sign: Early Buddhist Stupas and the Origin of Mahayana Buddhism” by Lars Fogelin
Asian Theatre Journal
Official Journal of the Association for Asian Performance
Vol. 22, No. 1 (Spring 2005)
“NEE ENGEY: WHERE ARE YOU?” Media Review by Kathy Foley
Journal of Korean Literature and Culture
Vol. 2 (2008)
“Lingering Impressions of a Mountain Village—A Few Paragraphs from a Journal of Travels to Sŏngch’ŏn” by Yi Sang, translated by John Frankl
An Interdisciplinary Quarterly
Vol. 25, No. 2 (2002)
“Biography Theory and Method: The Case of Samuel Johnson” by Carl Rollyson
Official Journal of the Society for Buddhist-Christian Studies
Vol. 32 (2012)
“Womanist” by Alice Walker Continue reading “Most Downloaded Journal Articles 2016”