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Harriet Ritvo: Animal

Harriet Ritvo: Animal

HASTS

Added 3 months ago | 00:05:45 | 340 views

Arnold Henderson interviews Robert Sales

Arnold Henderson interviews Robert ...

Voices Of History

Added 3 months ago | 01:07:06 | 470 views

Date of interview: 3/25/2014. Interview: Robert ("Bob") Sales, former Associate Director of the MIT News Office. Interviewer: Arnold Henderson, Jr. Before his years at MIT, Bob enjoyed a remarkable career as a reporter and/or editor...

Dwayne Nash “Mapping the Police Power to Fondle: the Origins of New York Stop-and-Frisk”

Dwayne Nash “Mapping the Police Pow...

MIT History 2015 Job Talks

Added 4 months ago | 00:49:00 | 50 views

Dwayne Nash PhD Candidate, Northwestern University In 1964 New York Governor Nelson A. Rockefeller signed a nationally influential stop-and-frisk law, which authorized police officers to stop, question and search civilians o...

Lily Geismer “Don’t Blame Us: Suburban Liberals in Massachusetts, High-Tech Industry, and the Transformation of the Democratic Party”

Lily Geismer “Don’t Blame Us: Subur...

MIT History 2015 Job Talks

Added 4 months ago | 01:19:33 | 49 views

Lily Geismer Assistant Professor of History, Claremont McKenna College Since George Bush’s attack on Michael Dukakis in the 1988 presidential election, the label “Massachusetts liberal” has proven to be one of the most perennial...

Mikael Wolfe “Water for the Revolution: An Envirotech History of Agrarian Reform  in ‘La Laguna,’ Mexico”

Mikael Wolfe “Water for the Revolut...

MIT History 2015 Job Talks

Added 4 months ago | 01:23:58 | 47 views

Mikael Wolfe Assistant Professor, Stanford University I use an envirotech approach to revise understanding of Mexican agrarian reform, the principal raison d’être of the 1910 Mexican Revolution central to postrevolutionary Mexican st...

The Whole Wired World

The Whole Wired World

MIT Libraries

Added 9 months ago | 00:02:47 | 2720 views

One of the great innovations of the 19th century, the telegraph, signaled the dawn of the Information Age. View highlights from the MIT Libraries' Peterson Telegraphy Collection and exhibit.

The Marconi Legacy

The Marconi Legacy

MIT Libraries

Added 9 months ago | 00:03:04 | 1039 views

Princess Marconi, the daughter of Guglielmo Marconi, Nobel Prize winner and inventor of wireless telegraphy, came to MIT to speak about his legacy.

Interphase Historical Reflection

Interphase Historical Reflection

Interphase Legacy

Added 1 year ago | 00:03:46 | 1118 views

A historical reflection of the Interphase program founded in 1969.

RLE Immersion: A Brief History of Atomic Physics at RLE - Breakdowns and Breakthroughs

RLE Immersion: A Brief History of A...

RLE

Added 1 year ago | 02:05:39 | 1535 views

presented by Prof. Daniel Kleppner and Prof. David E. Pritchard RLE Immersion was created to bring RLE research groups together, to increase exposure to one another, and to showcase research within RLE in a new and engaging way. Star...

A BSLS Dialogue with Harriet Ritvo and Barri J. Gold

A BSLS Dialogue with Harriet Ritvo ...

HASTS

Added over 1 year ago | 01:13:13 | 863 views

Produced for the British Society for Literature and Science. http://www.bsls.ac.uk. ...

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