School of Humanities, Arts, and Social Sciences
MIT students build connections with Black and Indigenous Brazilians to investigate culture and the environment
Travel offers students a chance to study how art and cultural activism can impact racial justice and environmental issues.
An expert panel discussed the strengths, and limits, of the alignment between the two world powers and U.S. rivals.
Professor Emeritus Willard R. Johnson, political scientist who specialized in African studies, dies at 87
A pioneering Black faculty member, Johnson was also a major supporter of the anti-apartheid movement at the Institute.
Faculty members granted tenure in economics; history; literature; music; philosophy; political science; and science, technology, and society.
Partisan media might deepen political polarization, but we should measure people’s media habits more carefully before drawing conclusions, researchers say.