Rights and Permissions


For information about our available titles:

Spring 2018 Seasonal Catalog

2018 London Rights Guide

International Rights Agencies

The MIT Press is represented by the following outstanding Rights Agencies throughout the world:

Please contact the appropriate agency in your region to license translation rights for MIT Press titles.

For all other translation inquiries regarding our books and journals, please contact:

Pamela Quick
Subsidiary Rights Manager
The MIT Press
One Rogers Street
Cambridge MA 02142-1209
phone: 617-253-0080
email: quik@mit.edu
fax: 617-253-1709 

For all other licensing interests (audio, film, reprint, digital), please contact:

Bill Smith
Director of Business Development
The MIT Press
One Rogers Street
Cambridge, MA  02142-1209
phone: 617-253-0629
email: smithwmj@mit.edu


Requests for Permission

To request permission to reprint MIT Press content, please please download, fill out, and return the following form:

Classroom Use, in print and electronic format:

The MIT Press has partnered with CCC (Copyright Clearance Center) for classroom use licensing.  Please visit the CCC site to obtain permission to use MIT Press content in your course via copyright.com.

Accessible Formats, for those with print disabilities:

MIT Press has partnered with Bookshare to distribute accessible formats of our books.  If you don’t find the title you need in Bookshare, please contact mitpress_textbooks@mit.edu.

Worldwide Permission Information, books and journals:

Hannah Gotwals
Subsidiary Rights Assistant
The MIT Press
One Rogers Street
Cambridge MA 02142-1209
phone: 617-258-0591
email: gotwals@mit.edu

Copyright Basics

These two documents explain the basics of copyright law and set guidelines for the fair use of excerpts of MIT Press books.

Guidelines for Fair Use