Technology and Enlightenment in the Maihaugen Gallery
February 2, 2010Exhibit focuses on controversial publication of the 18th century, Diderot’s "Encyclopédie"
Said and Done: humanities, arts, and social sciences digest for December 2009
January 4, 2010
Assistant Professor Smentek wins Distinguished Dissertation Award
December 7, 2009
Alumna wins Creative Capital/Warhol Foundation Art Writers Grant
December 7, 2009Geeta Dayal wins support for a publication on GPS, mapping and mobile technologies
Standing ovation at Carnegie Hall for MLK Visiting Scholar Donal Fox
December 7, 2009World premiere of his concerto "Peace Out"
'Said and Done': news and features on humanities, arts, and social sciences for November
December 1, 2009
Also labeled: Humanities
Of Note: Conductor Gustavo Dudamel to receive McDermott award
October 28, 2009
MIT Museum opens new exhibition on Sept. 26
September 25, 2009Sampling MIT connects Museum visitors with ongoing research from labs and centers across MIT. Seven new exhibits, and an expanded store open in the Mark Epstein Innovation Gallery located on the first floor of the MIT Museum on Sept. 26.
MIT’s Male Math Maze: no doubt things have changed ... or have they?
September 22, 2009An autobiographical account of MIT's math department in the 1980s by playwright and performer Gioia De Cari SM '88 has sold out its run at the Central Square Theater and generated widespread discussion about how much, or how little, things have changed at MIT.
New appointment: Michael Mittelman, associate director, Center for Advanced Visual Studies
September 18, 2009Michael Mittelman has been appointed associate director of the Center for Advanced Visual Studies (CAVS), succeeding Larissa Harris who joined the Queens Museum of Art in New York as curator last fall.
Wodiczko brings immigrant stories to life for Venice Biennale
June 10, 2009
June 3, 2009