January 2019

Jan22
2:00 PM - 5:00 PM
Cambridge, MA
Students receive feedback on their own proposal writing and also offer the same to their fellow students. The session is intended for students in the humanities and social sciences. By confining the...Read More
Jan2125
Cambridge, MA
This J-Term course has a theoretical and a methodological component. With a focus on current debates, we will discuss Feminist and Queer Theory and Practice in the context of Architecture, Landscape...Read More
Jan19
2:00 PM - 5:30 PM
Cambridge, MA
Learn how to bind your own hardcover journal or book! In just a few hours, you will emerge with a hand-made treasure. Perfect for gifts. Many cloths and papers available to customize your book. RSVP...Read More
Jan17
1:30 PM - 4:00 PM
Cambridge, MA
An enduring and adaptable form, Asian-style bindings are instantly recognizable. In this workshop, you will learn about this centuries-old craft by making your own Japanese-style book using...Read More
Jan16
2:00 PM - 4:00 PM
Cambridge, MA
Writing book reviews offers students the opportunity to develop their skills of critical judgment and to master rhetorical strategies in a concise format. It is a great way for you to contribute to...Read More
Jan1624
Cambridge, MA
Unabridged, now in its 5th year, is a library master class for GSAS and DCE graduate students that offers participants a chance to explore the full research lifecycle and set themselves up for a...Read More
Jan1423
Cambridge, MA
What is love? How does one build a life and society based on the ideal? These perennial questions are at the center of twentieth-century Chinese history. The answers that emerged are among the most...Read More
Jan1418
Cambridge, MA
Come learn how to improvise! This is a crash-course in the broad, theatrical style of long-form improvisation . Improvisational training improves presentations, discussions, and collaborations. Plus...Read More
Jan1424
Cambridge, MA
An intensive introduction to finance as crisis and to the relations of debt that have produced immense wealth and poverty worldwide over the past four decades. 42 people own as much wealth as the...Read More
Jan1425
Cambridge, MA
A wide-ranging exploration of the cultural history of mouths, teeth, and dentistry drawing on literature, philosophy, and film. Trips to the dentist are as predictable as they are unpleasant, but we...Read More

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