The MIT Press and the American Academy of Arts and Sciences recently announced that Dædalus, the Journal of the American Academy, will now be an open-access publication. Years of volumes and hundreds of essays previously behind a paywall have been ungated and made freely available. First published in 1955 and established as a quarterly journal in 1958, Dædalus has addressed a wide and multidisciplinary range of subjects over the years. Topics explored in recent issues include climate change, access to justice, and ethics, technology, and war; the current issue looks at the versatile literary form of the novel. Essays are written by leading scholars and practitioners sharing their expertise and insights across a range of disciplines. A recognized leader in open-access book and journal publishing, the MIT Press has partnered with a wide range of societies, libraries, and foundations to make access to scholarship more open and equitable. To learn more about open access publishing at the MIT Press, visit mitpress.mit.edu/mit-press-open.