MIT political scientist explains the responsibilities leaders have for shaping and sharing factual, truthful information in the nation's political discourse.
MIT student groups come together to host “voter mobilization festival” featuring Institute leaders, famed artists, and elected officials.
Head of the MIT Election Data and Science Lab discusses the greatest risks, voting by mail, zombies, and asteroids.
How do we understand Russia’s multi-layered interference in the 2016 elections? A Russia expert and professor of history analyzes Russia’s motives.
Associate Professor Devin Caughey’s new book looks at a massive political shift that took place in a one-party region.
Founder Teppei Yamamoto designs new tools to comprehend political behavior transformed by digital technology.
A Mens et Manus America conversation with Jason Jay reveals research on how to have meaningful conversations with people holding opposing viewpoints.
Adam Berinsky and Ezra Zuckerman Sivan present research on rumors and falsehoods in U.S. politics.
Scholar and noted expert in the life of French diplomat and political scientist Alexis de Tocqueville was an acclaimed MIT teacher.
Joint course helps students meet the complex challenges of modern election systems.