Our award-winning books: June 2023 edition

Celebrating just a few of our titles, from The Curie Society to Sex Dolls at Sea

2023 is halfway in our rearview mirror, and we have much to celebrate already from six short months of publishing. We are thrilled to highlight just some of the accolades that have been granted to our authors in recent months, from Axiom medals to graphic novel recognitions. Read on to hear more about our recent successes, and sign up for our newsletter to be the first to learn about award announcements like these and other news from the Press.

The Curie Society by Heather EInhorn, Adam Staffaroni and Janet Harvey
Texas Maverick Graphic Novels Reading List, 2023 

Power On! by Jean J. Ryoo and Jane Margolis
Texas Maverick Graphic Novels Reading List, 2023

Design After Capitalism by Matthew Wizinsky
STA100 award, Society of Typographic Arts, 2022

Paper Graveyards by Eduardo Cadava
Frank Jewett Mather Award, College Art Association, 2023 

Work without Jobs: How to Reboot Your Organization’s Work Operating System by Ravin Jesuthasan and John W. Boudreau 
Best New Management Books for 2023, Thinkers50

Schools and Screens by Victoria Cain
Finalist for the Media Ecology Association Book Awards, 2022

The Pentagon, Climate Change, and War by Neta Crawford
Shortlisted for the Project Syndicate Sustainability Book Award, 2023

Sex Dolls at Sea: Imagined Histories of Sexual Technologies by Bo Ruberg
Winner of the Anne Friedberg Innovative Scholarship Award, SCMS, 2023

The Polyhedrists: Art and Geometry in the Long Sixteenth Century by Noam Andrews
Winner of the Most Beautiful Swiss Books, 2022
Bronze medalist, The Most Beautiful Books in the World, 2022

The Smart Mission by Edward J. Hoffman, Matthew Kohut and Laurence Prusak
Bronze Axiom medal, Business Intelligence / Innovation category, 2023

Redesigning Work by Lynda Gratton
Bronze Axiom medal, Business Disruption / Reinvention category, 2023

There’s Nothing Micro about a Billion Women by Mary Ellen Iskenderian
Gold Axiom medal, Philanthropy / Nonprofit / Sustainability category, 2023

Carbon Queen: The Remarkable Life of Nanoscience Pioneer Mildred Dresselhaus by Maia Weinstock
Shortlisted for the Rossiter Prize

#You Know You’re Black in France When…: The Fact of Everyday Antiblackness by Trica Keaton
Longlisted for the American Library in Paris Book Award, 2023

The Digital Multinational by Satish Nambisan and Yadong Luo
Gold Axiom medal, International Business / Globalization category, 2023

Inclusion on Purpose by Ruchika Tulshyan
Silver Axiom medal, Women / BIPOC in Business category, 2023

Natura Urbana: Ecological Constellations in Urban Space by Matthew Gandy
Winner, John Brickerhoff Jackson Book Prize, 2023

Design in Motion: Film Experiments at the Bauhaus by Laura A. Frahm
Longlisted for the 2023 Kraszna-Krausz Book Awards

A World in a Shell: Snail Stories for a Time of Extinctions by Thom van Dooren
Winner, Nautilus Gold Award, Animals & Nature, 2023

Microprediction: Building an Open AI Network by Peter Cotton
Category winner, Eric Hoffer Book Award, 2023

Image Objects: An Archaeology of Computer Graphics by Jacob Gaboury
Winner, Annual CBI Ben Shneiderman Award in Human-Computer Interaction History from the ACM SIGCHI

Tomorrow’s Parties: Life in the Anthropocene edited by Jonathan Strahan
Finalist for the Locus Awards in the Anthology Category

In the Black Fantastic by Ekow Eshun
Finalist for the Locus Awards in the Illustrated and Art Book Category

Mad by the Millions: Mental Disorders and the Early Years of the World Health Organization by Harry Yi-Jui Wu
Finalist for the Cheiron Book Prize

Sign up for the MIT Press newsletter to hear more about our award-winning books