Category: Humanities

Libraries acquire online LGBTQ historical primary sources

Libraries acquire online LGBTQ historical primary sources

This story originally posted on June 29, 2018 Just in time for Pride Month, MIT has acquired new online LGBTQ historical...

Humanities
In the Laboratory of History

In the Laboratory of History

Through archival research, students uncover connections between MIT and slavery

In Fall 2017, the Institute launched a new two-semester course on MIT and Slavery. Co-taught by Craig Steven Wilder, the Barton...

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Celebrate Pride

Celebrate Pride

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

It’s Pride Month! Check out this year’s most recent highlights from the MIT Libraries’ collection of LGBTQIA+ works! All of the items...

Humanities

Asian Pacific American Heritage Month: Literature

Each week in May, MIT Libraries will highlight different materials to help you learn more about the Asian Pacific American experience....

Humanities
Asian Pacific American Heritage Month: Film

Asian Pacific American Heritage Month: Film

Each week in May, MIT Libraries will highlight different materials to help you learn more about the Asian Pacific American experience....

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Film Screening: The Chinese Exclusion Act

Film Screening: The Chinese Exclusion Act

May 22, 2018 12:00 PM - 01:30 PM

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Asian Pacific American Heritage Month

Each week in May, MIT libraries will highlight different materials to help you learn more about the Asian Pacific American experience....

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April is National Poetry Month

April is National Poetry Month

Celebrate with staff picks

Take a break from your studies to celebrate National Poetry Month by checking out some poetry, personally selected by staff across...

Humanities

Roku players now available at the Lewis Music Library

The Lewis Music Library (14E-109) has three Roku players to loan out to the MIT community. Each Roku circulates for three...

Archives & MIT history