Said and Done is the monthly communications digest from MIT's School of Humanities, Arts, and Social Sciences. For the complete review, visit http://shass.mit.edu/news/news-2009-said-and-done-digest-november-2009.
Some of the highlights include:
Feature | Diagnosis
Four School experts look at root causes of current U.S. health policy, and propose approaches that would be healthier — both for “We, the People” and for the national pocketbook.
Feature | Tea with a Warlord
Fotini Christia interviews Afghanistan's fierce fighters and reveals the potential for a more successful U.S. foreign policy — and more stability for the Afghani people.
Profile | Craig Wilder, Professor of History
Craig Wilder's path to becoming a noted historian included convincing his mother. In this profile he describes why "thinking for a living is a joy."
Soundings | Fall 2009
Magazine of the MIT School of Humanities, Arts, and Social Sciences
Stories of ideas in action
Video | Tom Levenson on "Newton and the Counterfeiter"
Professor Levenson describes the little known detective career of Sir Isaac Newton.
Global Community | Events and Outreach
Highlights of the past six months of outreach events and travels
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Website | Be Surprised
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