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  • Viral visions : art, activism, and epidemiology in the global AIDS pandemic 

    Davidow, Jackson(Jackson Struthers),1990- (Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 2019)
    Most histories of HIV/AIDS, art, and cultural activism pivot around New York and are confined to the American context. Instead, this dissertation maps out a more expansive transnational Anglophone network of individuals, ...
  • A city of placelessness : digital nomads and Tallinn's urban future 

    Wang, Haoyu,S.M.Massachusetts Institute of Technology. (Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 2020)
    Placelessness describes a state of people and activities that are not confined to fixed places. By creating a placeless ground for work and social activities, digital connectivity redefines work-live habits, contributing ...
  • Manual of Hospitality : learning from migration 

    Gutiérrez Soto, Melissa. (Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 2020)
    The number of asylum seekers, refugees and displaced persons is increasing globally at an alarming, unprecedented rate. According to the United Nations, displaced persons are more likely to live in a city than in a rural ...

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