American Political Science Association 2023

The MIT Press @ APSA 2023

Our statement regarding the labor action in Los Angeles:

In support of the Los Angeles hotel workers represented by UNITE HERE Local 11 which is currently engaged in a labor action, the MIT Press will not be attending the 2023 APSA conference.

In lieu of an in-person exhibit, we are hosting this virtual exhibit space on our website to highlight the incredible work of our authors and editors in the fields of political science, international relations, and, of course, labor studies.

We are particularly pleased to include here recent titles whose scholarship aligns with the conference theme of rights and responsibilities in an age of mis- and disinformation.

Democracy in a Hotter Time

David W. Orr, Bill McKibben, Kim Stanley Robinson

September 19, 2023

Women and Climate Change

Nicole Detraz

February 14, 2023

Cooperating for the Climate

Joanna I. Lewis

March 7, 2023

Care-Centered Politics

Robert Gottlieb

August 2, 2022

Remaking the American Dream

Vinit Mukhija

December 20, 2022


Sheila R. Foster, Christian Iaione

December 13, 2022

Just Urban Design

Kian Goh, Anastasia Loukaitou-Sideris, Vinit Mukhija, Lawrence J. Vale

November 22, 2022

Discard Studies

Max Liboiron, Josh Lepawsky

May 24, 2022

They Knew

James Gustave Speth, Julia Olson, Philip Gregory

August 23, 2022

The Pentagon, Climate Change, and War

Neta C. Crawford

October 4, 2022

On Disinformation

Lee McIntyre

August 22, 2023

Command and Persuade

Peter Baldwin

October 5, 2021

Parenting on Earth

Elizabeth Cripps

April 18, 2023


Sean Cubitt

September 19, 2023

What Makes an Assembly?

Anne Davidian, Laurent Jeanpierre

February 7, 2023

Defending Animals

Kendra Coulter

September 26, 2023

Mussolini's Nature

Marco Armiero, Roberta Biasillo, Wilko Graf von Hardenberg, James Sievert

December 13, 2022

War on All Fronts

Nicholas G. Evans

May 16, 2023

Playing Oppression

Mary Flanagan, Mikael Jakobsson

February 28, 2023

The Myth That Made Us

Jeff Fuhrer

September 12, 2023

The Most Human Right

Eric Heinze

September 19, 2023

Invention and Innovation

Vaclav Smil

February 14, 2023

Data Paradoxes

Klaus Hoeyer

April 18, 2023

We, the Data

Wendy H. Wong

October 10, 2023

Beyond Data

Elizabeth M. Renieris

February 7, 2023

Selfie Democracy

Elizabeth Losh

September 6, 2022

Sewer of Progress

Cindy McCulligh

July 25, 2023


John R. Shook

May 2, 2023

Nuclear Weapons

Mark Wolverton

February 1, 2022


Kristie Macrakis

February 28, 2023

Waiting to Inhale

Akwasi Owusu-Bempah, Tahira Rehmatullah

April 11, 2023

The Parent Trap

Nate G. Hilger

April 4, 2023

Familiar Faces

Piotr Cieplak

July 23, 2024

The Intolerable Present, the Urgency of Revolution

Maurizio Lazzarato, Ames Hodges

April 25, 2023

The Abuse of Property

Daniel Loick, Jacob Blumenfeld

August 1, 2023

Italian Operaismo

Gigi Roggero, Clara Pope

March 28, 2023

Conspiracist Manifesto

Anonymous, Robert Hurley

June 13, 2023

#You Know You're Black in France When…

Trica Keaton

February 14, 2023

Seed Activism

Karine E. Peschard

October 4, 2022

Data and Democracy at Work

Brishen Rogers

March 21, 2023

Memory, Edited

Abby Smith Rumsey

September 5, 2023

Global Shifts

Philip Schleifer

June 20, 2023

Undue Hate

Daniel F. Stone

May 9, 2023

Mnemonic Ecologies

Sonja K. Pieck

August 29, 2023

Milk and Honey

Tamar Novick

August 8, 2023

Balkan Cyberia

Victor Petrov

June 13, 2023

New series: Labor and Technology

The Labor and Technology series aims to fill a gap in scholarly and public discussions about the digital capacities and infrastructures that are affecting how we work. The series promotes critical analysis of dynamics such as digitization, automation, mobile computing, surveillance, the gig economy, precarity, care work, crowdsourcing, outsourcing, and more.

Series editor: Winifred Poster

Green Card Soldier

Sofya Aptekar

May 2, 2023

Media Ruins

Margaret Jack

May 16, 2023

Worn Out

Madison Van Oort

March 7, 2023


Image for latest issue of International SecurityInternational Security, the #2 journal in International Relations based on 2021 impact factor, publishes lucid, well-documented essays on the full range of contemporary security issues. Its articles address traditional topics of war and peace, as well as more recent dimensions of security, including environmental, demographic, and humanitarian issues, transnational networks, and emerging technologies.

International Security has defined the debate on US national security policy and set the agenda for scholarship on international security affairs for more than forty years. The journal values scholarship that challenges the conventional wisdom, examines policy, engages theory, illuminates history, and discovers new trends.

International Security is published by the MIT Press, and sponsored and edited by the Belfer Center for Science and International Affairs, Harvard University.

GLEPGlobal Environmental Politics examines relationships between global political forces and environmental change, with particular attention given to the implications of local-global interactions for environmental management, as well as to the implications of environmental change and environmental governance for world politics. Each issue contains several full-length research articles, and may also contain shorter forum articles and/or a research note. The journal seeks to publish on a broad range of issues, from water to waste management to climate change.

 Editors: Susan ParkHenrik SelinD. G. Webster

                                         Book Review Editor: Kemi Fuentes-George


Cover image from latest issue of JCWSThe Journal of Cold War Studies features peer-reviewed articles based on archival research in the former Communist world, in Western countries, and in other parts of the globe. Articles in the journal draw on declassified materials and new memoirs to illuminate and raise questions about numerous historical and theoretical concerns: theories of decision-making, deterrence, bureaucratic politics, institutional formation, bargaining, diplomacy, foreign policy conduct, and international relations. Using the latest evidence, the authors subject these theories, and others, to rigorous empirical analysis. The journal also includes an extensive section of reviews of new books pertaining to the Cold War and international politics.

The journal is published by the MIT Press for the Harvard Project on Cold War Studies.

Editor: Mark Kramer

American Journal of Law and EqualityThe American Journal of Law and Equality seeks articles from a variety of perspectives that examine legal issues involving equality and discrimination in all their forms. Submissions might address issues involving economic equality, race, gender, disability, religion, political viewpoint, geography, gender identity, sexual orientation, or other categories involving categorization of human beings. Diverse approaches and points of view are welcome, and submissions may draw on history, economics, political philosophy, and more. Submissions should be between 10,000-26,000 words, including footnotes.

Editors-in-Chief: Randall KennedyMartha MinowCass Sunstein