Category: Humanities

Celebrate National Poetry Month

Celebrate National Poetry Month

April is for spring, marathons...and poetry!

April is National Poetry Month, the most widely celebrated literary event in...

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Composer forum: Guillermo Klein with Luciana Souza

Composer forum: Guillermo Klein with Luciana Souza

April 26, 2017 5 - 6pm

Two of South America’s greatest jazz artists

The next composer forum presents two MIT artists in residence, Argentine composer...

Humanities
Recogito 2: Linked open data without the pointy brackets

Recogito 2: Linked open data without the pointy brackets

April 20, 2017 5:30 - 7pm

A workshop with Leif Isaksen

This workshop introduces Recogito 2, a tool developed by Pelagios Commons that...

Data
World music hangout

World music hangout

April 18, 2017 noon - 1:30 pm

Music across borders

Share your culture’s music in an informal event in the Lewis Music...

Humanities
Join us for the MIT Day of Action

Join us for the MIT Day of Action

See the sessions offered by the Libraries

On Tuesday, April 18, members of MIT and the broader local community will pause our...

Humanities
Digging deep into Special Collections

Digging deep into Special Collections

Students in Stephanie Frampton's Media in Cultural Context class take a critical look at library objects

Associate Professor Stephanie Frampton’s Media in Cultural Context (21L.715) is a seminar about the...

Archives & MIT history
Prokopoff violin music concert

Prokopoff violin music concert

April 6, 2017 12 - 1 pm

MIT students perform in 15th annual concert

Come enjoy some wonderful music at the 15th annual Prokopoff violin music...

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Voices from Seven Countries library displays

Voices from Seven Countries library displays

Explore books, DVDs, and music authored by people from countries affected by travel ban

The MIT Libraries supports and serves a global community that is richer...

Humanities
Publishing as a new scholar in philosophy and linguistics

Publishing as a new scholar in philosophy and linguistics

Open forum sparks lively discussion on open access

In early February, the MIT Libraries sponsored an open forum called “Publishing...

Humanities