[Milton-L] University of Toronto Quarterly archive - 1977-2015 - is now available on Project MUSE

Carrol Cox cbcox at ilstu.edu
Fri Jan 16 15:03:46 EST 2015

Nancy Charlton

I clicked on the first link given, which took me to a page from which I got the TOC for the current issue. But how does one access the articles listed on the email? I would be most interested to see the articles on opera and some others, and the commemorative for B. Rajan. 

Nancy Charlton


Note the fine distinction here:

The first tells us that the volumes _will_ become available on Project Muse sometime this year:

	Full archive of issues 1931-1977 coming to Project MUSE in 2015– http://bit.ly/UTQpm <http://bit.ly/UTQpm> 

The second tells us that these volumes are available _now_ at the UTQ site. 

	Full archive of issues 1931-2015(3200+ articles and reviews) available now at UTQ Online - http://bit.ly/utqonline <http://bit.ly/utqonline> 

Different sites. I don't understand what the purpose of the distinction is. Perhaps the Project Muse will be easier to access than the cluttered UTQ page.




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