MLK Visiting Professor in Women’s and Gender Studies and scholar of critical race, feminist, and disability studies discusses misogynoir, social media, and her work at MIT this year.
Honorees will engage in the life of the Institute through teaching, research, and other interactions with the MIT community.
As a teacher, Kampf was consistently both a generous force of inclusion and a prod of conscience.
Mutongi discusses the connection between Kenyan widows and the #MeToo movement, myths of African entrepreneurship, and the wider implications of her research.
How the humanities, arts, and social science fields can help shape the MIT Schwarzman College of Computing — and benefit from advanced computing.
MIT residence hall opens a craft studio to promote creativity and belonging.
Violence Prevention and Response and Title IX and Bias Response Office celebrate individuals and departments for standing up to sexual harassment and assault.
Among the program's offerings, the Digital Humanities Lab applies computational tools to humanistic research — and builds a community fluent in both languages.
“Look up from your computer. And see the blue sky that brings you joy.”
New organization aims to increase connections, mentoring, and success.
Academic expo connects students with MIT-SHASS faculty and courses.
Dean Deborah Fitzgerald announces leadership appointments in Women's and Gender Studies and Global Studies and Languages.