Join us for our first meeting of the year where we’ll discuss plans for the months ahead. We’ll gather Tuesday at 7pm in room 9-450b and food will be served.
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Boston College’s Juliet Schor is organizing a new economy- centric workshop on June 6th. Abstracts are due by May 15th. If your research investigates alternative ownership structures, sustainable food systems, clean energy, urban sustainability, or the solidarity economy (and just about all else under the new economy sun), consider presenting. Send submissions to: email@example.com
NE @ MIT is a proud co-sponsor of the conference Economic Growth and Environmental Constraints. Speakers include Brian Czech of CASSE, Sonia Kowal of Zevin Asset Management and John Gowdy of RPI. The conference is on Saturday April 26 in MIT’s Stata Center: 32- 123. For more information see the conference website.
The panel will bring together activists, scholars and planners working on the front lines of the struggle to maintain and strengthen communities affected by gentrification and displacement in the greater Boston area. The panel is hosted by MIT’s Displacement Research & Action Network (DRAN), an international collaboration drawing attention to the global impact of development-induced displacement. As part of DRAN’s efforts to build new theory and evidence in a variety of world regions, this panel seeks to deepen the conversation on gentrification and evictions in American cities.
The event will be held Tuesday, April 15th from 5-7pm in 9-450A&B.
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This five-week series builds on our student research presentations, invited speaker series, and student led workshops. It rolls all three programs into one “learning series.” Running from April 9- May 7 from 12:30 – 2 pm, with this series, we seek to strengthen our interdisciplinary student network; facilitate the sharing of research findings and skills throughout and beyond DUSP; provide a forum for student researchers to receive input and critique from a diverse audience; connect to the numerous relevant organizations in the Boston area and beyond; and, more generally, provide an open space for the exploration of new economic ideas.
We hope to see many of you there, over lunch.
Fossil Free MIT has an impressive lineup of scientists and policy-makers speaking this semester.
For our inaugural event, we are delighted to welcome MIT Professor of Atmospheric Science, Kerry Emanuel. Emanuel is widely regarded as one of the world’s foremost experts on the climate science of tropical cyclones. He was named one of Time magazine’s 100 most influential people of 2006 and is the author of Divine Wind: The History and Science of Hurricanes and of What We Know About Climate Change.
Emanuel will be speaking on February 26th, 6 pm – 7:30 in 4-237.
World famous former NASA scientist James Hansen will be speaking on April 15th.
Check out their website for more updates.
New Economy @ MIT is pleased to sponsor a talk by Bhaskar Sunkara, founding editor of Jacobin Magazine, on February 27th at 6 pm in Long Lounge (room 7-429) MIT.
Jacobin is a leading voice of the American left, offering socialist perspectives on politics, economics, and culture. The print magazine is released quarterly and reaches over 5,000 subscribers, in addition to a web audience of 300,000 a month.
Please feel free to circulate the event flier (below)!
Thurs, Feb 20th at 6:30 in DUSP Commons (5th floor of building 9).
On the agenda:
– Spring semester events
– Visiting speakers
Pizza and drinks will be served.