The best part is that even if you are not, this is a captivating database to browse through, with frequently updated articles, and links to recent publications.
Check out the featured articles highlighted on the main webpage. Past features include MELUS: Multi-Ethnic Literature of the U.S. with the articles “‘If I were Jewish, how would I mourn the dead?’ Holocaust and Genocide in the Work of Sherman Alexie,” and “Choctawan Aesthetics, Spirituality, and Gender Relations: An Interview with LeAnne Howe.” Who needs US Magazine when you can read another past feature, Gossip in Literature, a special issue of Modern Drama with the article (including a section on Mad Men) “Drama is the Cure for Gossip: Television’s Turn to Theatricality in a Time of Media Transition.”
In the Frequently Downloaded section you will find engaging articles including “Information Illiterate or Lazy: How College Students Use the Web for Research” by Christen Thompson.
With more than 100 publications along with The Americas, Latin American Music Review, Luso-Brazilian Review, Meridians: feminism, race, transnationalism and Romani Studies, you will be sure to find an article of interest.
You can find the Project Muse database though the USF library homepage- http://www.usfca.edu/library/ On the right side of the page click on the Databases icon, then choose the Databases A-Z link. From that list you will find Project Muse.
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