Matt Browne

Acquisitions Editor, Public and Global Health, Health Humanities, Psychology and Psychiatry.

Matt acquires books in the areas of global and public health, health humanities, psychology and psychiatry. He is interested in books that explore colonization, exploitation, discrimination and inequitable access to healthcare; cultural and social histories of medicine and drugs; social and behavioral psychology; and mental health. Matt can be reached at brownem@mit.edu and his Twitter profile is @happyflaneur.

Notable recent acquisitions include:

Out of Touch: How To Survive an Intimacy Famine by Michelle Drouin; Frederik Ruysch and His Thesaurus Anatomicus: A Morbid Guide edited by Joanna Ebenstein; The Exquisite Machine: The New Science of the Heart by Sian E. Harding; Placebos by Kathryn T. Hall; Whiteness by Martin Lund; Long Days, Short Years: A Cultural History of Modern Parenting by Andrew Bomback; Rethinking Gender: An Illustrated Exploration by Louie Läuger; Body Am I: The New Science of Self-Consciousness by Moheb Costandi.

Out of Touch

How to Survive an Intimacy Famine

Michelle Drouin

Frederik Ruysch and His Thesaurus Anatomicus

A Morbid Guide

Joanna Ebenstein, Richard Faulk

Body Am I

The New Science of Self-Consciousness

Moheb Costandi

The Body Fantastic

Frank Gonzalez-Crussi, John Banville

Dubcon

Fanfiction, Power, and Sexual Consent

Milena Popova