Historian Catherine E. Clark to head MIT Digital Humanities Program
Clark, Associate Professor of History and French Studies, will serve as Director of MIT Digital Humanities starting 1 June, 2022. She is a cultural historian of modern Europe, whose research is concerned with how the visual produces knowledge. As Director of MIT Digital Humanities, she follows Stephanie Frampton, Associate Professor of Classical Literature, who we thank for superb leadership of the program over the past two years.
Historian Lerna Ekmekçioğlu to head Womens & Gender Studies
Ekmekçioğlu, the McMillan-Stewart Associate Professor of History and winner of the 2016 Levitan Teaching Award, will succeed Helen Elaine Lee, Professor of Writing, whose many contributions to MIT and MIT-WGS include co-founding the My Sister's Keeper Program. Warmest thanks Helen! Congratulations Lerna!
Unintended Lessons of Revolution: Student Teachers and Political Radicalism in Twentieth-Century Mexico by Tanalís Padilla
This new book by Professor Padilla traces the history of the rural normales, showing how they became sites of radical politics.
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.
Q&A: Elizabeth Wood on Russia’s invasion of Ukraine
MIT historian analyzes the uncertain dynamics of a global crisis.
Indigeneity at MIT
A Conversation with David Shane Lowry, '03 ('07) Distinguished Fellow in Native American Studies at MIT
Craig Wilder-MIT & Slavery: Progress and Challenges-DH Workshop Series 2021-2022
Prof. Craig Wilder invites the MIT community to consider the progress and challenges of sustaining the acclaimed MIT & Slavery curricular project.