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Buddhist nun Sister Dang Nghiem invites MIT community to practice mindfulness
"Media, Scandal, and the Making of French Archaeology, ca. 1927" Daniel Sherman 04.18.19
Q&A: M. Amah Edoh on the Isabelle de Courtivron Writing Prize
This Was Paris. "Spectrum" presents excerpt from Catherine E. Clark’s book
New subject explores globalization through Chinese food
Paloma Duong researches culture and media in contemporary Cuba
"Learning Chinese was my most important academic pursuit at MIT."
"GSL made me feel prepared to communicate with people in Spanish, and gave me the confidence I needed..."
The Global Studies and Languages Section offers a variety of programs, including Majors, Minors, and Concentrations.
At the forefront of the new field of Global Studies, MIT Global Studies and Languages is an interdisciplinary academic unit dedicated to producing cutting-edge research...
Henri Cartier-Bresson in China: The Chinese Civil War in the Western Press, 1948-1949