MIT’s spring semester is now a memory, and summertime approaches. But OCW is still hard at work bringing you more free courseware. In fact, June is one of our busiest months of the year, as it marks the end of our spring publication cycle.
In the past 30 days, we’ve added ten new courses. Seven courses are brand new subjects on OCW, while three are updates to previously published courses.
You’ll find literary theory to bolster your summer beach reading; a historical perspective on American food, to ponder while packing a picnic; a timely treatment of the problems of mass violence and oppression; and of course more math, science, and business content for which MIT is widely renowned.
- 7.342 Pluripotent Stem Cells and Genome Engineering for Modeling Human Diseases
- 15.S50 Poker Theory and Analytics (with video lectures and Instructor Insights)
- 17.263 U.S. National Elections
- 21A.506 The Business of Politics: A View of Latin America
- 21F.341 Contemporary French Film and Social Issues
- 21H.S01 Food in American History
- 21M.295 American Popular Music
- 18.440 Probability and Random Variables
- 21A.442J Violence, Human Rights, and Justice
- 21L.451 Introduction to Literary Theory
There’s lots more to come later this month. Stay tuned!