Category: Humanities

Clap When You Land: Collection Highlights

Clap When You Land: Collection Highlights

Check out these titles by Afro-Latinx and Dominican writers

  The current Collection Highlights display at Hayden Library is inspired by the MIT Reads spring selection,¬†Clap When You Land by...

Humanities
authors@mit series returns

authors@mit series returns

Talks by authors of new MIT Press publications

The MIT Press, the MIT Press Bookstore, and the MIT Libraries are delighted to announce the restart of the authors@mit series....

Engineering
MIT Reads celebrates National Poetry Month

MIT Reads celebrates National Poetry Month

Check out staff picks and join us for our open mic

  April is¬†National Poetry Month, the most widely celebrated literary event in the world. MIT Reads is celebrating with an annual...

Humanities
November is Native American Heritage Month

November is Native American Heritage Month

Celebrate now and always with works by indigenous creators

  “MIT acknowledges Indigenous Peoples as the traditional stewards of the land, and the enduring relationship that exists between them and...

Humanities
Celebrating Latinx/Hispanic Heritage Month

Celebrating Latinx/Hispanic Heritage Month

Check out these staff picks

National Latinx/Hispanic Heritage month is celebrated annually, from September 15 to October 15, to honor the culture, traditions, and contributions of...

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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...

Humanities