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MacArthur Fellow Dinaw Mengestu on reddit AMA

MacArthur Fellow Dinaw Mengestu will talk about the immigrant experience and about memories seared due to escaping violence from their homelands. Read More

MacArthur Fellow Heidi Hartmann on reddit AMA

In advance of Women's Equality Day on August 26, 2017, MacArthur Fellow Heidi Hartmann will be on reddit AMA to talk about the Wage Gap, a measure of the inequality in earnings between women and ... Read More

Joyce Scott and David Simon Talk Baltimore Live on Facebook

Live on the MacArthur Foundation's Facebook page, two MacArthur Fellows from Baltimore will host a conversation about their city and talk about their work. Read More
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Reflecting on Access: Lessons Learned during 100&Change

Working on Open Libraries made Internet Archive’s Director of Engineering and Service Availability, John Gonzalez, question the true meaning of access and renewed his passion to unlock the full experience of books for everyone. Read More
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Free PBS Content for Educators Features the Work of MacArthur Fellows

PBS LearningMedia, which provides free digital resources and lesson plans to educators, has created a collection of publicly accessible content that features the work of MacArthur Fellows in diverse fields. Read More
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"Charlottesville: Why Jefferson Matters

The New York Review of Books
Annette Gordon-Reed , 2010 MacArthur Fellow
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"How to Save Classical Music, According to Stephen Hough"

Pacific Standard
Stephen Hough , 2001 MacArthur Fellow
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"a16z Podcast: The Taxonomy of Collective Knowledge"

Andreesen Horowitz
Luis von Ahn , 2006 MacArthur Fellow
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