Resources

Books

2018/FEB/11: Our library is currently being re-cataloged. Some titles may not be available. Please bear with us as we sort out our inventory.
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  • Atheists in America - edited by Dr. Melanie E. Brewster
  • The God Delusion - Richard Dawkins
  • The God Argument - AC Grayling
  • The End of Faith - Sam Harris
  • God is Not Great - Christopher Hitchens
  • In Faith and In Doubt - Dale McGowen
  • Life Driven Purpose: How an Atheist Finds Meaning - Dan Barker
  • A Better Life: 100 Atheists Speak Out on Joy & Meaning in a World Without God - Chris Johnson

Local Organizations

We see value in fostering and participating in a healthy local ecosystem of peer organizations. If you are a student interested in setting up or revitalizing a secular group at your school, please contact us, and we'd be happy to discuss ideas, share experiences, and make introductions to help get you on your way. And otherwise, of course, we'd be happy to collaborate on and cross-promote activities relevant to our mission.

National Organizations

Some have local chapters -- see below

Debate Support

Media Channels

Please support these via Patreon or other donation/subscription mechanisms, if you like their content and have the means

Wellness

MIT's humanist chaplain as of 2018 is Greg Epstein. He has long been a humanist chaplain to Harvard University, and an organizer of local secular humanist initiatives like The Humanist Hub. He is frequently quoted or featured in the media, and authored the NYT best-seller Good Without God: What A Billion Nonreligious People Do Believe. More on Greg at this link.

Miscellaneous

Please send comments, questions, or suggestions to ssomit@mit.edu.