John Tirman, political theorist and executive director of the MIT Center for International Studies, dies at 72
An expert on US-Iran relations and human security, Tirman was a prolific author and thoughtful colleague and friend.
Distinguished professor and public history advocate will oversee open education offerings and campus-focused services.
The MIT Museum director describes how the museum is reinventing itself for the 21st century.
Building and working a clay-and-grass furnace, teachers and students learn more than how to turn ore into metal.
Departing from games that glorify European conquest, “Promesa” helps players understand Puerto Rico as a modern-day colony.
Delegation meets campus leaders, with an eye toward AI applications and the Icelandic language.
Natural world philosophies are a source of solutions.
Independent study provides an opportunity to enhance understanding, share learnings with the MIT community.
New measures build on insights from a course on the Indigenous history of the Institute, now in its third semester.
Students in 21H.S04 explore stories of students and faculty from South Asia via oral histories and the Institute Archives/Distinctive Collections.
Internationally respected and beloved, Marx created a new lens for American history studies — and was a leader in bringing the humanities into a central academic role at MIT.
An early interest in archaeology led senior Sophia Mittman to explore many facets of materials science, from restoring artwork to making mining more sustainable.