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Bird song and understanding human language
Miyagawa discusses his experiences with “Visualizing Japan,” which was selected as a finalist for the Japan Prize, a prestigious international prize for educational media.
Meeting focused on digital research and teaching in Asian American Studies
One hundred outstanding graduate students as well as actors from culture, society, and the arts selected from an international pool of applicants will be given the opportunity to critically engage in this collaborative learning space.
Online course taught by John Dower and Shigeru Miyagawa of MIT and Andy Gordon of Harvard
Application deadline October 8!
Presents in Russian, to the Global Youth Forum on Multilingualism: Many Languages, One World 2015
Two hundred Chinese language educators from across the globe hold successful conference at MIT
Perreau’s research investigates the relationship between national identity in France and fears of homosexuality and gay parenthood.
Bruno Perreau to be inaugural holder of the Cynthia Reed Chair
Deadline February 17, 2015
MIT News profiles Shigeru Miyagawa's Visualizing Japan
Naoko, Ritsuko, and Emi discuss the band's history and their influences
The End of International Adoption?: Interview with Bruneau Perreau in Alternatives Economiques
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