Category: Humanities

Publishing as a new scholar in philosophy and linguistics

Publishing as a new scholar in philosophy and linguistics

Open forum sparks lively discussion on open access

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

Humanities
MIT Reads book discussion (evening session)

MIT Reads book discussion (evening session)

April 25, 2017 7 - 9pm

Join the conversation about Ken Liu's "The Paper Menagerie"

Read the book, and join the conversation! This is your chance to talk with others who have read the MIT Reads spring...

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An evening with author Ken Liu

An evening with author Ken Liu

April 12, 2017 7 - 9pm

Meet the creator of MIT Reads' spring book selection

Join us for a discussion with Ken Liu, author of The Paper Menagerie, a collection of fantastical fiction and this year’s final...

Humanities
Audiobooks for Women’s History Month

Audiobooks for Women’s History Month

Listen to some new titles in our collection

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

Humanities
AKDC debuts new tool: Layer Cake

AKDC debuts new tool: Layer Cake

A new 3-axes data visualization tool

The Aga Khan Documentation Center at MIT has released its prototype of Layer Cake, a 3-axes mapping tool that enables users...

Humanities
Coming to Stata: “Black Lives Matter” bookmobile

Coming to Stata: “Black Lives Matter” bookmobile

February 28, 2017 11am - 1pm

The Libraries celebrate Black History Month

To celebrate, honor, and learn about the complexities and richness of black voices and experiences, the MIT Libraries have curated a...

Humanities
Ada Lovelace Grant recipient announced

Ada Lovelace Grant recipient announced

Jessika Khazrik will create web archive of work by environmental activist and scientist Pierre Malychef

Graduate student Jessika Khazrik is the first recipient of the Ada Lovelace Grant, a new grant at MIT that encourages and...

Science