Category: Humanities

The Life and Letters of Emily Dickinson

The Life and Letters of Emily Dickinson

Newly available for Public Domain Day 2020

Martha Dickinson Bianchi wrote of her aunt, Emily Dickinson, “She was not daily bread. She was star dust.” Bianchi’s The Life...

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Celebrate Pride

Celebrate Pride

It's Pride Month! Browse the MIT Libraries' LGBTQIA+ selections

Boston’s own celebration of pride is this weekend! While you’re waiting for the parade to start, why not check out some...

Humanities
Laugh Tracks and Libraries

Laugh Tracks and Libraries

Hayden Library is part of an interactive art installation powered by AI

For one weekend last November, visitors to Hayden Library found a novel distraction from their p-sets and research: they could watch...

 Bibliotech
April is for poetry!

April is for poetry!

Celebrate National Poetry Month with staff picks

April is National Poetry Month, the most widely celebrated literary event in the world. Take a break from your studies and...

Humanities
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What we loved in 2018

What we loved in 2018

Libraries staff pick their favorite books, music, podcasts, and more

  Chris Bourg Director “Favorite new music of the year: Kacey Musgraves’ Golden Hour — it’s country, but not like any country...

Music
World Space Week starts *now*

World Space Week starts *now*

Learn about World Space Week and see what the Libraries have to help you enjoy it

It’s October in New England, which means you’re most likely seeing jack-o-lanterns, apple-picking ads, and pumpkin spice everywhere, but there are...

Humanities