February 13, 2018

MIT class reveals, explores Institute’s connections to slavery

Findings show founder William Barton Rogers possessed enslaved persons before coming to MIT; research, community dialogue to ensue. Read

February 13, 2018

MIT and the Legacy of Slavery: Reviewing the Early Findings
Friday, February 16
1:00-2:30 pm
MIT Media Lab, 6th floor (E14)

President L. Rafael Reif, Dean Melissa Nobles, Professor Craig Wilder, the MIT Black Students’ Union and MIT Black Graduate

February 13, 2018

Music and Global Modernity: An Interdisciplinary Workshop

February 23, 2018, 1-6pm

Massachusetts Institute of Technology

Building E51-Room 275

Workshop Schedule

1pm: Part 1, Keynote Presentation by Mamoru Tōya

December 14, 2017

Associate Professor Christopher Capozzola has been awarded a fellowship by the Carnegie Council on International Affairs (CCIA) to support his new research project, “Merchants of Death? The Politics of Defense Contracting, Then and Now.”

December 5, 2017

Malick Ghachem featured in MIT News article, "How Haiti helps us think differently about history" MIT historian Malick Ghachem gets readers and students to look anew at the Atlantic world by Peter Dizikes.

December 5, 2017

Rome, Naples, Pompeii -- these are the prime destinations of "IAP in Ancient and Medieval" about to launch into its tenth season on January 13 (through Jan. 21), 2018.  Under the sponsorship of MIT's History Faculty and Concourse program, a full complement of twenty MIT undergrads will head for

June 5, 2017

The History Faculty is pleased to announce the winners of the 2017 History Undergraduate Writing Prizes, honoring excellence in historical research and writing.  The three awards of $300 each honor MIT