Four faculty receive MIT SHASS Research Fund awards for 2023
Funding will support development of multimedia play, innovative research projects.
The School of Economics at Lund University has appointed two new honorary doctorates in 2023: Anne McCants and Helga Nowotny
Chinese Elites and U.S. Gatekeeping: Racial Discrimination and Class Privilege in Boston’s 1905 King Incident by Emma J. Teng
The United States Mint announces the appointment of Dr. Christopher Capozzola
to the Citizen Coinage Advisory Committee (CCAC) as the member Specially Qualified in American history
MIT History Professor shares expertise as advisor to new PBS Documentary Series with Ken Burns.
Professor Craig S. Wilder has been sharing his expertise as an advisor to the new PBS documentary series, that will air on PBS stations Sunday evening, September 18th.
Six humanities and arts faculty receive MIT SHASS Research Fund awards for 2022
Congratulations Tristan Brown, assistant professor of history; Eric Goldberg, professor of history and Tanalís Padilla, professor of history.
Illuminating the history and global story of antibiotics
HASTS PhD student Rijul Kochhar tracks changing medical and microbial realities, and examines what they portend for society.