Category: Archives & MIT history

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...

Music
MIT and Slavery reveals initial findings

MIT and Slavery reveals initial findings

Course explores the Institute's connections to slavery

  MIT and Slavery is an undergraduate research course on the founding and development of the Institute. Co-taught by Craig Steven Wilder,...

Humanities
Libraries hiring three new archives and special collections positions

Libraries hiring three new archives and special collections positions

Seeking ambitious and creative professionals to advance the Libraries' growing needs

  This is an exciting time at the MIT Libraries. With the recent Institute-wide Task Force on the Future of Libraries,...

Archives & MIT history
Archiving in Real Time

Archiving in Real Time

Capturing historical moments in context

  Last November, the morning after the presidential election, MIT students wrapped blank posters around the pillars in Lobby 7 to...

 Bibliotech
What’s New?

What’s New?

Updates from MIT Libraries

  MIT Libraries Partner with History Faculty on Slavery Project and Class The Institute Archives and Special Collections is partnering with...

 Bibliotech
Providing comments for the commentator

Providing comments for the commentator

Behind the scenes of preparations for the Commencement webcast

Tom Rosko, Institute archivist and head, Institute Archives and Special Collections (IASC), has been a commentator during MIT’s Commencement procession every year since...

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