We surveyed MIT Press staff for suggestions on which MIT Press titles they’d give for the holidays. Here’s the first batch. We’ll have more next week!
“I think 101 Things I Learned in Architecture School (by Matthew Fredrick) is always a winner. It’s a small and pleasing package, approachable, and interesting.”
“Something for Nothing by Michael Klein is an entertaining novel that anyone can read—it focuses on the life of a recently minted PhD in economics. The protagonist, David Fox is struggling to figure out his professional life: teaching, researching, publishing, and managing university office politics. And there are some neat little economics lessons woven in there.”
Bill, Director of Technology
“City Cycling (by John Pucher and Ralph Buehler)—a great resource for folks who are thinking about biking more regularly or for experienced cyclists looking for more insight.”