JJQ on Project MUSE®
Beginning with Volume 44 (2006), the James Joyce Quarterly entered into what promises to be a long-standing partnership with Project Muse. As part of this digital publishing consortium, we expect that the research and scholarship which appears in our pages will reach a far broader international audience. Those who have access to this service through libraries or other institutions will at long last be able to run word-level searches on our volumes and thus get a better sense of the rich and diverse materials we provide. We are pleased that this growing digital archive will make JJQ available to an extensive audience of students, scholars, and Joyceans of all sorts.
JJQ on JSTOR®
The James Joyce Quarterly on JSTOR proves to be an invaluable online resource for students and scholars. As part of JSTOR’s Ireland Collection, a wide-ranging, interdisciplinary collection of journals, manuscripts, and rare materials relating to Irish art, culture, and history, JJQ’s extensive archive of back issues (1963-present) is finally available in digitized, full-text, and fully searchable editions.