MIT Press’ Guide to Finding a Book for the Holidays

by Jay London on December 18, 2014 · 0 comments

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Mid-December is the peak of gift-buying season. Organized holiday shoppers are crossing the final names off of their lists while the last-minute buyers are just getting started. In an effort to help all shoppers, Slice of MIT is sharing a handy map of books from our friends at the MIT Press, the Institute’s academic publishing house.

Answering yes or no to a few simple questions—like “Are you a space buff?” or “Do you need a challenge?”—may set you on the right track to purchasing a gift for someone on your list or even you. (You’ve been good, right?)

Follow the map to the bottom then continue to reading to see which of these books are authored by MIT alumni and faculty.

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Image via MIT Press publicity

Four of the books on the list have MIT-connected authors:

Visit The MIT Press website for more information on all of these books. Is there an alumnus or alumna author on this list Slice missed? Let us know in the comments below or on Facebook or Twitter.

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