SA+P Alumni in the Media: Week of September 17

Piracy and terror
A new book from DUSP alum Eric Jay Dolin, PhD ’95 delves into the history of piracy in America. Read more at Technology Review and visit his events page for a list of upcoming book events.
2018 Mohamed Makiya Prize for Architecture
ACT alum Michael Rakowitz SM ’98 and the Aga Khan Documentation Center at MIT are shortlisted for the 2018 Mohamed Makiya Prize for Architecture. Established as part of the Tamayouz Awards program of championing the best of architecture in Iraq and the rest of the world, the annual Prize is open to both individuals and organizations who have promoted, encouraged, campaigned or influenced the advancement of architecture and the built environment in the Middle East between 2015 and 2017. Learn more.

Make the Breast Pump Not Suck
Earlier this year, the breastfeeding festival convened more than 300 people from around the country at the MIT Media Lab to focus on equity in breastfeeding innovation. Watch the official documentary and several vignettes from the 2018 Hackathon and Make Family Leave Not Suck Summit. Learn more about how the initiative and how the idea was developed by Media Lab alumna Catherine D'Ignazio SM ’14 (MAS) in Vogue

Upcoming programs: citizenSHIP
Co-curated by HTC alumna Ann Lui SM ’15, the U.S Pavilion’s exhibition “Dimensions of Citizenship,” has several upcoming events in Venice and Stateside. Learn more.