Latest Past Events

Spring Speaker Series Talk — Pan-American Computing: Regional Integration and U.S. Corporate Power at the Origins of South American Computer Markets


Join us on Mon., April 8, '24  at 4-5:30pm in MIT's Hayden Library, 14-130 The Nexus This talk analyzes the role of U.S. empire in the creation of South American markets for tabulating equipment and early mainframe computers. Grounded in two major programs—the 1940 Census of the Americas and the 1960s Latin American Free Trade […]

Book Launch and Panel Discussion for “How to Design a Revolution: The Chilean Road to Design”

MIT Morningside Academy for Design invites you to a book launch and panel discussion with   Hugo Palmarola, Eden Medina, Pedro Ignacio Alonso (eds.)  How to Design a Revolution: The Chilean Road to Design  REGISTER HERE Monday, March 11, 5:30 p.m. MIT 9-255  website A video of the museum installation Cómo diseñar una revolución will follow the panel discussion. The video installation will run in […]