Public Books and the Center for Advanced Study in the Behavioral Sciences (CASBS) have partnered to produce original articles and interviews that celebrate interdisciplinary thinking and interrogate human beliefs, behaviors, interactions, and institutions.
Co-Opting AI, a collaboration between Public Books and the Institute for Public Knowledge, puts the most forward-thinking scholars and activists across technology, design, and inequality into conversation with one another, to consider how we can reclaim the story about technology for our planetary future.
Data & Society and Public Books have partnered to produce a podcast season that explores how human life has been quantified as data.
Public Books and Digital Humanities at MIT partner to examine the role of the digital in the life of scholars and societies.
Public Books and JSTOR Daily have partnered to produce a series of roundtable discussions that bring a scholarly perspective to topics ranging from the college admissions process to the legacy of Freud.
Public Books and the French magazine La Vie des Idées annually offer a collaborative series of articles addressing issues of global concern.
As part of a shared commitment to bringing scholarly ideas to the world, Public Books has entered into a nonexclusive partnership allowing Princeton University Press to reprint an ongoing series of essays containing press-related content to be featured concurrently on our respective sites.
Johns Hopkins University’s Program in Racism, Immigration, and Citizenship has partnered with Public Books to consider reading, learning, and writing as politics. The resulting project features conversations between graduate students and luminary scholars.
Public Books presents a selection of edited conversations originally produced by Recall This Book, a podcast that explores contemporary issues by looking at books that shaped the world we inherited.
In Cities, Knowledge, and the Digital Age, a new partnership between Public Books and SFMOMA’s Public Knowledge project, we seek to understand how technology has changed cities.