Wow, we have a great new blog avatar! It’s Clio, our favorite muse. Now our blog will be represented appropriately throughout the MUSE Commons.
We are pleased to announce that the Journal of Muse Studies will be partnering with the Apollo Learned Society to hold the first Apollo Conference in London, Ontario in October 2015.
“We are excited by this opportunity to work with such a prestigious journals which has broken so much ground on Muse Studies and Apollo Studies,’ commented Dwayne Brickenbacker, President of the Apollo Learned Society.
Watch this space for more details as they develop.
The Journal of Muse Studies (JMuseS) is a fictional journal used to test the new beta environment for the Project MUSE Commons. The journal should exist, since who wouldn’t want to study the Muses? Well, existence on the Commons is the next best thing. We will use this space to test how real-live MUSE journals will be able to create their own environment on the Commons. Oh, and real-love books, too!
JMuseS is, of course, a peer-reviewed, scholarly journal that undergoes a quadruple blind process. We welcome articles in all languages, as long we we can read them. Anyone who wants tenure needs to publish in this journal.