The MIT Press to launch open access journal Imaging Neuroscience
In a significant move, the former editorial teams of Neuroimage and Neuroimage: Reports will lead the new MIT Press journal, delivering on promise to lower APC fees.
New releases for May
This month: an intimate study of architecture and family life, a guide to developing ethical design practice, a primer on pragmatism, and more.
$10 million endowment gift for OA
The new fund will support the MIT Press’s ground-breaking efforts to publish open access books and journals in fields ranging from science and technology to the social sciences, arts, and humanities. It will also help the MIT Press continue to develop tools, models, and resources that make scholarship more accessible to researchers and other readers around the world.
Cover story: Artery
London-based Canadian artist Allison Katz has been exploring painting’s relationship to questions of identity and expression, selfhood and voice, for more than a decade. Animated by a restless sense of humor, her works articulate what the artist has called a “genuine ambiguity.”
Artery—a book that situates itself somewhere between a monograph, exhibition catalog, and an artist’s book—is an exploration of what is within and below.
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Spotlight: Management on the Cutting Edge
Books in the Management on the Cutting Edge series present original research from leading lights in academia and industry, providing practical advice to business leaders on how to prepare for the exciting—and challenging—future that awaits us. The series is edited by Robert Holland and published through a collaboration between MIT Sloan Management Review and the MIT Press.
The newest title in the series—Workforce Ecosystems by Elizabeth J. Altman, David Kiron, Jeff Schwartz, and Robin Jones—is a pioneering guide to understanding and leading workforce ecosystems to accomplish enterprise and individual goals.
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The Year of Open Science: Computer science
To highlight the Year of Open Science, we spoke to acquisitions editor Elizabeth Swayze about what open access means for the field of computer science.Tuesday May 30, 2023