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Resources related to the themes of the series

Explore related articles and programs at the partner universities’ campuses. Please be aware that each institution has many more programs and efforts than can be presented here. For resources related to specific panels, please see the bottom of each individual event page.

  • A community-based civic space for nuanced and authentic dialogue among the MIT community


  • Allen, Danielle – “We’ve Lost Our Way on Campus. Here’s How We Can Find Our Way Back,” The Washington Post (December 2023).
  • Alves, Marcelo; Grohman, Rafael; Recuero, Raquel; & Tavares, Camila – “Disinformation and 2022 Elections in Brazil: Lessons Learned from a South-to-South Context,” The Media Manipulation Book (2023).
  • Associated Press – “Common Article 3 of the Geneva Conventions,” The New York Times (2002).
  • Bahá ‘í Publishing Trust – Fountain of Wisdom: Tablets of Bahá ú ‘lláh (2010).
  • Bail, Chris & Haidt, Jonathan – “Jonathan Haidt and Chris Haidt Discuss Social Media and Political Polarization,” YouTube (2022).
  • Barias, Cai; Calaguas, Mark; Canare, Krystle; Garcia, Lorenzo; Kaur, Radha; Kang, Yena; Kuo, Rachel; Longoria, Jaime; Liu, Jenny; Palma, Melissa; Nguyen, Nick; Nguyen, Sarah; Ong, Jonathan Corpus; Singh, Jyot; Soundarajan, Thenmozhi; Tanglao, Leezel; & Van Fleet, Kyle – “2022 Landscape Report: Power, Platforms, & Politics: Asian Americans & Disinformation,” Asian American Disinformation Table (2022).
  • Block, Ray, Jr.; Druckman, James N.; Lazer, David M. J.; Ognyanova, Katherine; & Simonson, Matthew David – Black Networks Matter: The Role of Interracial Contact and Social Media in the 2020 Black Lives Matter Protests (2024).
  • Brandeis Teach-In

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  • Bridgeman, Tess; Goodman, Ryan; & Meier, Michael M. – “Expert Guidance: Law of Armed Conflict in the Israel-Hamas War.” Just Security (October 2023).
  • Carpenter, Charli – “The Laws of War Matter–Now More Than Ever,” World Politics Review (November 2023).
  • Congressional Management Foundation – “Online Town Hall Meetings: Exploring Democracy in the 21st Century” (2009).
  • Curato, Nicole; Fallorina, Rossine; Lanuza, Jose Mari; Ong, Jonathan Corpus; & Sanchez II, Ferdinand – “Parallel Public Spheres: Influence Operations in the 2022 Philippine Elections,” The Media Manipulation Book (October 2022).
  • Esterling, Kevin; Lazer, David; & Neblo, Michael – Politics with The People: Building a Directly Representative Democracy (2018).
  • Ganz, Marshall – “Public Narrative Worksheet: Self & Us & Now” (2013).
  • Grohman, Rafael & Ong, Jonathan Corpus – “South-to-South Learning Spaces vs. Disinformation,” DigiLabour (2023) .
  • Haidit, Jonathan – “Why the Past 10 Years of American Life Have Been Uniquely Stupid: It’s Not Just a Phase,” The Atlantic (April 2022).
  • Instagram – “Continuing our Approach to Political Content on Instagram and Threads” (2024).
  • Kennedy, David. – Of War and Law (2006).
  • Khong, Sister Chan – Learning True Love: Practicing Buddhism in a Time of War (2007).
  • Kupec, Aaron – “UMass Amherst Launches New Hub for Critical Tech and Global Studies,” University of Massachusetts Amherst University News (March 2024).
  • Maparyan, Layli – The Womanist Idea  (2012).
  • Mbiti, John S. – African Religions and Philosophy (1969).
  • Miller, Zinaida. – “In Gaza, Catastrophic Violence of War and Slow Violence of Oppression Collide.” Just Security (November 2023).
  • Neff, Stephen C. – War and the Law of Nations (2009).
  • Oremus, Will – “Social Media Can Be Polarizing. A New Type of Algorithm Aims to Change That,” The Washington Post (2023).
  • Pendas, Devin O. – “The Magical Scent of the Savage”: Colonial Violence, the Crisis of Civilization, and the Origins of the Legalist Paradigm of War.” Boston College International & Comparative Law Review (December 2007).
  • Pineros-Shields, Alexandra – “‘Midwife for Power’: Toward a Mujerista/Womanist Model of Community Organizing,” Gateways (2021).
  • Raz, Tahl & Voss, Chris – Never Split the Difference: Negotiating As If Your Life Depended On It (2016).
  • Right Question Institute: A Catalyst for Microdemocracy – “What is the QFT?” (2024).
  • Roy, Deb – “The Internet Could Be So Good. Really.” The Atlantic (October 2023).
  • Shearer, Alistair – The Yoga Sutras of Patanjali (2002).
  • TakeRoot Justice – “Research for Organizing: A Toolkit for Participatory Action Research.” (2024).
  • Transitional Justice in the USA Speakers Series


  • Weitz, Eric D. – A World Divided: The Global Struggle for Human Rights in the Age of Nation-States (2019).

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