Happy reading season from the MIT Press
This reading season, we invite you to treat yourself—and your shelf—to something new as you hunker down! Enter to win one of four reading season bundles by November 28 and learn more about the books we are enjoying.
An exploration of media co-creation as concept and practice. A lively and informative illustrated guide to gender. An investigation of how meaning works—and how it is connected to the truth. Explore these and other new November releases now.
Transform your travels
If you find yourself stuck at home or waiting at the airport for a delayed connecting flight this fall, you may need a good book to escape. We compiled a collection of books for the armchair traveler seeking an enriching escape.
Dædalus journal becomes open access
By increasing the visibility of and access to Dædalus, the MIT Press and the American Academy of Arts and Sciences have amplified the journal’s power to inform and educate. Topics explored in recent issues include climate change, access to justice, AI & society, and ethics, technology, and war.
Happy reading season sale
This reading season, we invite you grab a blanket and a few of the books below, and join us. We’ve got something for every shelf. Use code MITPHoliday22 at checkout on PenguinRandomHouse.com for 20% off MIT Press titles with free shipping until January 31, 2023.
Spotlight: Food justice
As communities across the world gather to celebrate harvest festivals—including Thanksgiving, Friendsgiving, Unthanksgiving, or Thankstaking—you might be reaching for peer-reviewed books to help make sense of food justice, a field at the intersection of health, economics, climate, social science, politics, law, and more.
First on our list is Feeding the Other by Rebecca T. De Souza, part of our Food, Health, and the Environment series. This award-winning book looks at how food pantries stigmatize their clients through an emphasis on hard work, self help, and economic productivity rather than food justice and equity.