The CMS ideal moves outward through alums as they work in industry, education, the arts, journalism, policy making, and academia.
Wyn Kelley on Herman Melville’s Moby-Dick
Wyn Kelly discussion how her thoughts on Melville’s Moby-Dick changed after she worked with Ricardo Pitts-Wiley on the play, Moby-Dick: Then and Now.
Project New Media Literacies: Moby-Dick and Reading in a Participatory Culture
MIT’s Project New Media Literacies is helping teachers in New England use Moby-Dick as a model to show teens how they might create and circulate media.
Moby-Dick Performance and Conference
CMS Highlights New Humanities Education Methods at Conference
A session on transforming humanities education (a project supported by the d’Arbeloff Fund for Excellence in Education at MIT) presented both new teaching materials and new strategies for forming learning communities across disciplines and distances.