Category: Art & architecture & planning

Can Computers be Feminist? Procedural Politics and Computational Creativity

June 14, 2016 12 - 1 pm

A brown bag discussion with Gillian Smith

Join the Program on Information Science for a brown bag talk, Can Computers...

Humanities
Emergency safeguarding of Syrian cultural heritage: Experts in Beirut discuss inventories and archives

Emergency safeguarding of Syrian cultural heritage: Experts in Beirut discuss inventories and archives

AKDC@MIT joins international team working to preserve Syrian cultural heritage

Sharon C. Smith, Ph.D., program head, Aga Khan Documentation Center at MIT,...

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Preserving Place

Preserving Place

Documenting cultural heritage and loss in the Middle East

Images of the destruction of cultural treasures in the Middle East have...

 Bibliotech
Why not Ask Us? It’s April!

Why not Ask Us? It’s April!

It's a great time to use one of our best services

Let’s face it: the last half of the spring semester is here,...

Humanities

Changes in Journal Citation Reports (JCR) improve analysis of journals

Perhaps you’ve used JCR from Thomson Reuters to find the “impact factor”...

Social sciences

Architecture on the Fringes

March 11, 2016

Exhibiton opens in Rotch Library March 11

Architecture on the Fringes, an exhibition exploring vernacular settlements across Oman, opens...

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New Frontiers in Gulf Urbanism

New Frontiers in Gulf Urbanism

March 11, 2016 1pm

AKDC and Aga Khan Program for Islamic Architecture at MIT co-sponsor symposium and student workshop

Join us March 11 and 12 as we explore the relationship between urbanization...

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What’s the future we want? Adjaye panel considers the library of tomorrow

What’s the future we want? Adjaye panel considers the library of tomorrow

A look back at the discussion through photos and tweets

Art & architecture & planning
BrowZine: A new tool for a new year

BrowZine: A new tool for a new year

Access journals from your smartphone or tablet

The MIT Libraries is happy to offer a new and easy way...

Humanities