Eighty scholarly monographs and edited collections partially funded by libraries participating in MIT Press’s Direct to Open model will publish openly this year.
The reshaped series will integrate a wide range of disciplines — from mathematics to critical race theory, from software art to queer theory — to understand the social and cultural implications of software.
Novelist Elizabeth Acevedo's work reflects the rich stories, traditions, and cultures of the Caribbean diaspora
MIT Reads event moderated by Nailah Smith ’22 delights MIT audience.
The MIT Press and Harvard Law School Library launch new series offering high-quality, affordable law textbooks
“Open Casebook” series will make first-year law school texts more accessible to students across the United States.
Internationally respected and beloved, Marx created a new lens for American history studies — and was a leader in bringing the humanities into a central academic role at MIT.
MIT anthropologist discusses her new book on ruderal ecologies, her environmental justice class — and how societies can expand their "imagination for how to live otherwise."
“Carbon Queen” explores how the Institute Professor transformed our understanding of the physical world and made science and engineering more accessible to all.