Literature, languages and writing
Shankar Raman wins Levitan Prize in the Humanities
June 14, 2013The $25,000 award supports innovative scholarship
The strangely familiar browsing habits of 14th-century readers
May 22, 2013MIT professor’s book digs into the eclectic, textually linked reading choices of people in medieval London.
Submissions now open for the Isabelle de Courtivron Prize
December 19, 2012
Said and Done for November/December 2012
November 29, 2012Digest of humanities, arts and social sciences
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Q&A: Junot Díaz on his new book
September 10, 2012The MIT professor and Pulitzer-winning writer talks about the people and ideas in his newest work, This Is How You Lose Her — and explains why women form a big part of his core audience.
MIT's Communication Forum conducts a conversation for scholars — and citizens
April 2, 2012Has explored media and change for more than 30 years
What lies ahead for science and science writing?
March 27, 201210th anniversary of MIT Graduate Program in Science Writing celebrates past, looks to future.
MIT Professor Shigeru Miyagawa named award recipient by the OCW Consortium
March 23, 2012Professor Miyagawa recognized with other leaders of the global OpenCourseWare movement.
Q&A with Rosalind Williams on history in the age of human empire
February 27, 2012New book examines the critical juncture when human endeavors began to dominate the planet.
Said and Done for January 2012
January 26, 2012The humanities, arts and social sciences monthly digest.
Fall Communications Forum explores local news, surveillance, cities and entertainment
October 14, 2011
Polishing its reputation for experimental lit, MIT to host the Electronic Literature Organization
August 10, 2011