Upcoming Events

Upcoming Events

Sep 28, 2021

Wounding Wall: Infrastructure, Injury, and Rescue on the U.S.-Mexico Border

Ieva Jusionyte

Watson Family University Associate Professor of International Security and Anthropology, Brown University

Sep 28, 2021 Tuesday, September 28, 3:30-5:00pm Room E51-095

Wounding Wall: Infrastructure, Injury, and Rescue on the U.S.-Mexico Border

Ieva Jusionyte, Watson Family University Associate Professor of International Security and Anthropology, Brown University

Tuesday, September 28, 3:30-5:00pm

Room E51-095

Sep 29, 2021

La Borinqueña book exhibition and talk with author, creator, graphic novelist, and illustrator, Edgardo Miranda-Rodriguez

Edgardo Miranda-Rodriguez

Sep 29, 2021 Wed. Sept. 29th at 7pm W20-307

The Association of Puerto Ricans at MIT, Latino Cultural Center, and Office of Multicultural Programs present:

La Borinqueña book exhibition and talk with author, creator, graphic novelist, and illustrator, Edgardo Miranda-Rodriguez.

Wed. Sept. 29th at 7pm

Room W20-307

Edgardo Miranda-Rodriguez is the writer and creator of the critically acclaimed and best-selling graphic novel La Borinqueña.

Learn the story of the superhero La Borinqueña, a student at Columbia University named Marisol Rios De La Luz majoring in Earth and Environmental Sciences.  During her study abroad trip to Puerto Rico, Marisol makes a discovery that gives her superhuman strength while exploring the island's caves, transforming her into La Borinqueña.

Co-sponsored by: Anthropology, Hermanas Unidas, Institute Community & Equity Office, MIT Libraries, Women’s and Gender Studies.

 

 

Oct 12, 2021

AI (Artificial Indigeneity): re-mattering Native America in an age of technological settling

David Shane Lowry

Distinguished Fellow, History MIT

Oct 12, 2021 Tuesday, October 12, 3:30-5:00pm Room E51-095

AI (Artificial Indigeneity): re-mattering Native America in an age of technological settling

David Shane Lowry, Distinguished Fellow, History MIT

Tuesday October 12, 3:30-5:00pm

Room E51-095