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MIT Libraries’ book conservator, Nancy Schrock, discusses Diderot’s Encyclopédie as an example 18th century French papermaking and bookbinding. This event is part of a series of events associated with Technology and Enlightenment, an ex...
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The Lewis Music Library hosted a concert of East Asian music by Oori and KIOKU on March 5, 2010. MIT student pungmul group Oori began the evening by performing traditional Korean music on a variety of percussion instruments, including th...
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Illustrated talk by Professor Jeffrey Ravel at the opening of Technology and Enlightenment: The Mechanical Arts in Diderot’s Encyclopédie at the MIT Libraries’ Maihaugen Gallery - February 2, 2010
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Performance by the Chorallaries, MIT’s student a cappella group, at the Institute Archives & Special Collections - February 2, 2010
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Speaker: Edward W. Guo The International Music Score Library Project (IMSLP) was started in 2006 by Edward W. Guo. According to the IMSLP website: "It is a project for the creation of a virtual library of public domain music scores, ba...
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The eighth annual Prokopoff Concert honoring a gift of violin music to the Lewis Music Library from Lois Craig. Performed by MIT students.
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Kristel Smentek, MIT Assistant Professor of Art History, reveals how extensive illustrations in the Encyclopédie challenged long held biases against manual labor by showing the role of the mind, as well as the hand, in the mechanical arts.
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Jeffrey S. Ravel, MIT Associate Professor of History, explores the historical background, important figures and controversy involved in publishing one of the most important publications of the 18th century: 'Encyclopédie, ou Dictionnaire...
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Astronaut Mike Massimino talks about his recent work servicing NASA's Hubble Space Telescope on 10/28/09 at MIT.
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Power Supply: Energy Resources in the MIT Libraries with speaker Prof. Rosalind Williams
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What is needed to address the global energy challenge? New technologies, new sources of capital, and new ways of thinking. This video shows how MIT is playing a vital role in the search for energy solutions. Produced by MIT Alumni Associ...