Recent virtual lecture explores how paleoclimatology provides important context for examining the activities of past human societies.
One of few female students in the 1940s, Wagley was also the Alumni Association’s first female president.
Bilingual, interactive online publication asks how politics, economics, and social conflict shaped the Comédie-Française theater troupe’s repertory and impacted its finances.
Thirty-one MIT instructors honored for digital teaching excellence in extraordinary circumstances.
MIT professor’s new book, “Money for Nothing,” digs into the origins and relevance of Britain’s South Sea Bubble.
“Doing something for the community good is good for me also” is known as gongdexin (in Mandarin), kootokushin (in Japanese), and kongdokshim (in Korean).
Christopher Capozzola’s new book examines how military engagement has shaped social connections between the two nations.
PhD student Jessica Varner traces the way synthetic building materials have transformed our environment.
MIT Task Force on the Work of the Future examines job changes in the AV transition and how training can help workers move into careers that support mobility systems.
How, in the nadir of the Little Ice Age, did the Dutch generate a golden age?