The pathbreaking thinker helped reshape discussions of science, gender, and objectivity, as well as biological determinism, in her lauded career.
The rich soil holds thousands of tons of carbon, sequestered over centuries by indigenous practices, a new study suggests.
The HASTS PhD candidate describes his new book, “Sordidez,” a science fiction novella on rebuilding, healing, and indigeneity following civil war and climate disaster.
Director and MIT Professor Jay Scheib’s production, at the Bayreuth Festival in Germany, features an apocalyptic theme and augmented reality headsets for the audience.
“Ways of Seeing” project documents endangered Afghan heritage sites through digital imaging, virtual reality, and hand-drawn professional renderings.
Hosted by MIT Literature Lecturer Michael Lutz, early episodes feature guests Malka Older, Wyn Kelley, and more.
With the support of each other and MIT faculty, students in the MCSC’s Climate and Sustainability Scholars Program are making their impact on real-world climate challenges.