Skip navigation
July 2, 2015
As we head into the Fourth of July weekend, Olivia Newman, discusses her new book Liberalism in Practice: The Psychology and Pedagogy of Public Reason, in which she argues that if citizens were to approach politics in the spirit of public reason, institutional and political legitimacy would be enhanced.   How do you define “liberalism” in the book?
Read More
Happy Independent Bookstore Day! We are celebrating with a Q&A with John Jenkins, manager of the MIT Press bookstore. How long have you been working at the MIT Press bookstore and what are your re...
Read More
Today, for our latest 'Five Minutes' feature we have Rafael Calvo and Dorian Peters the authors of Positive Computing. In the book, they discuss the emerging field of positive computing. The title of...
Read More
Christine Borgman, author of Big Data, Little Data, No Data: Scholarship in the Networked World, discusses her book and argues for investments in data management in scholarly research. What is the mea...
Read More
For Earth Day we invited Kerryn Higgs author of Collision Course to write for our blog. Drawing on the work from her book, Higgs argues that unlimited economic growth and environmental sustainability...
Read More
  • Page 3 of 91