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Peer to Peer Review: MIT Libraries Tackles Grand Challenges
Alexandra Chassanoff, DLF/CLIR Postdoctoral Fellow at the MIT Libraries, recaps the Grand Challenges Summit.
MIT Exploring Link Between Slavery and Science, Discovers Founder Was a Slave Owner
In a class that started this past fall, students and researchers uncovered how MIT has its roots in the slave economy.
‘It was not expected’ that MIT Founder Owned Slaves in 1860
Archivist Nora Murphy and history professor Craig Steven Wilder join Living Lab Radio to discuss the MIT and Slavery course and project.
Looking into its past, MIT finds its first president once owned slaves
The Boston Globe
“Over the course of the fall semester, the MIT students and their mentors uncovered myriad connections between MIT and slavery, some blatant and others nuanced…The students learned how to do the research thanks to MIT archivist Nora Murphy and history professor Craig Wilder.”
MIT class reveals, explores Institute’s connections to slavery
An MIT history class co-taught by Craig Wilder and archivist Nora Murphy had students working closely with the Institute Archives to examine the legacy of slavery in relationship to the university.
A New Home for AI: The Library
Inside Higher Ed
Inside Higher Ed article features MIT Libraries’ Chris Bourg and Andromeda Yelton in a look at the ways libraries can support exploration of artificial intelligence.