MIT scholarship

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Field-defining scholarship

The MIT Press is a mission-driven, not-for-profit scholarly publisher devoted to the widest dissemination of its content. The Press published its first two quarterlies, Journal of Interdisciplinary History and Linguistic Inquiry in 1970 and founded its journals branch shortly thereafter in 1972. Today, the division publishes more than forty titles, frequently adding select publications of long-standing repute or innovative, fresh material to its current list.

Enjoy this selection of recent scholarly articles by MIT faculty, published in MIT Press journals.

“MIT Press is a true leader in the world of scientific publishing.”

Ted Gibson, editor of Open Mind

Artificial Life


Computational Linguistics

Computer Music Journal

Global Environmental Politics

Harvard Data Science Review

Innovations: Technology, Governance, Globalization

International Security

Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience

Journal of Interdisciplinary History


Linguistic Inquiry

Network Neuroscience

Neural Computation

Neurobiology of Language

Open Mind

PRESENCE: Virtual and Augmented Reality


The Review of Economics and Statistics


Transactions of the Association for Computational Linguistics