Author: Mark Szarko

I Am Not Your Negro

I Am Not Your Negro

I Am Not Your Negro, Raoul Peck’s Oscar-nominated documentary about James Baldwin, is now available to view through the Kanopy streaming service....

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Publishing as a new scholar in philosophy and linguistics

Publishing as a new scholar in philosophy and linguistics

In early February, the MIT Libraries sponsored an open forum called “Publishing as a New Scholar in Philosophy and Linguistics.” Geared...

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Audiobooks for Women’s History Month

Audiobooks for Women’s History Month

March is Women’s History Month, and in celebration of women authors, we’ve purchased a slew of new audiobooks described in the...

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Material ConneXion now available

Material ConneXion now available

Looking for information on translucent concrete? Or durable fabrics? The MIT Libraries now have a membership to the popular materials database Material...

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Now available: Films from Kanopy streaming video

Now available: Films from Kanopy streaming video

The MIT Libraries now subscribe to Kanopy, a streaming video service for educational institutions offering more than 26,000 films. It includes...

Humanities
Say “hola” to Mango Languages

Say “hola” to Mango Languages

We’re excited to announce the availability of Mango Languages, a leading language and culture learning resource, available online 24/7. Mango Languages...

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Let the Libraries help you enjoy Boston’s best exhibits

Let the Libraries help you enjoy Boston’s best exhibits

It is the perfect time of year to take in one (or all) of the terrific art exhibitions open around town. Admission...

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Announcing: South Asia Archive database trial

The MIT Libraries is test driving the South Asia Archive during the month of November. The South Asia Archive, a humanities...

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Rotch Library exhibit

Rotch Library exhibit

A small selection from the Aga Khan Visual Archive (AKVA) is now on display in the exhibit case at the entrance...

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