What are some unexplored ways that online environments can help us rethink “the archive”?
A discussion of Black Panther at the MIT Black Students’ Union Lounge, co-organized by Annis Rachel Sands (CMS master’s student) and Ángel R. Rodríguez (Harvard University Ph.D. candidate).
In conversation with Alan Lightman, international best-selling author and science historian James Gleick discusses his career, the state of science journalism, and his newest book Time Travel: A History.
International best-selling author and science historian James Gleick discusses his career, the state of science journalism, and his newest book Time Travel: A History, which delves into the evolution of time travel in literature and science and the thin line between pulp fiction and modern physics.
Wrestling creatively with archival problems of the social history of slavery, Vincent Brown charts pathways for pondering history’s most painful subjects.
By wrestling creatively and collectively with the difficult archival problems presented by social history of slavery, Harvard’s Vincent Brown hopes to chart new pathways for pondering history’s most painful and vexing subjects.
Vivek Bald, an Associate Professor in CMS/W and member of the MIT Open Documentary Lab, discusses his transmedia project documenting the lives of Bengalis who entered the United States at the height of the Asian Exclusion Era.