Open Access book series Global Perspectives on Legal History now available via Project MUSE
The volumes in our book series Global Perspectives on Legal History (GPLH) are now available as part of Project MUSE’s Open Access Books Program.
Since its foundation at Johns Hopkins University in 1995, Project MUSE has developed into one of the world’s leading online databases, cooperating with libraries, publishing houses and scholars to make publications in the humanities and social sciences available online. Both libraries and individuals can subscribe to the database, which currently includes over 700 journals and more than 60,000 books.
From 2016 onwards, Project MUSE has increasingly also included Open Access content. Books and journals of selected research institutions and university presses are made available free of charge to users all around the world. The volumes of our GPLH series are now part of the Open Access Books Program, which currently contains around 2000 items, and are available as pdfs from this website. The series’ inclusion in Project MUSE’s programme, which only accepts volumes whose quality has been assured by a peer-review process, is a further step in increasing the visibility and dissemination of our publications. GPLH ist also available via JSTOR, DOAB, OAPEN, the Internet Archive and the MPIeR’s own website.
An overview of the Institute’s other Open Access publications can be found here.