How does a scholarly book differ from a dissertation, or a string of articles? What does and doesn’t change with a shift to digital publishing? What do editors do all day?
Gita Manaktala is Editorial Director of the MIT Press, a publisher of scholarship at the intersection of the arts, sciences, and technology. Her own acquisitions are in the areas of information science and communication. She is active in the Association of University Presses and cochaired its first diversity-and-inclusion task force.