Arts & Humanities


Celebrating Hispanic Heritage Month at Yale

October 5, 2021

Yale and New Haven celebrate Latinx communities and cultures with an exciting lineup of activities ranging from museum tours to dancing and cocktail tasting.

The urgent need to preach on climate: Jim Antal ’78 M.Div.

October 14, 2021

In the latest YDS podcast, author and activist Antal makes the case for religion’s role in engendering the systemic changes required to combat climate change.

Gregory E. Sterling reappointed dean of Yale Divinity School

October 13, 2021

The reappointment recognizes Sterling’s outstanding service to YDS over the past decade and the promise of continued exceptional leadership in the years ahead.

For ‘Project 14,’ Yale ensembles premiere new music by composers of color

October 7, 2021

Premiering Oct. 9, the collaboration between Yale Glee Club, Yale Bands, and the Yale Symphony Orchestra signals a new commitment to inclusive programming.

Yale Film Archive has new home at the heart of campus

October 7, 2021

Housed in a new 3,200 square-foot space in Sterling Memorial Library, Yale’s center for the preservation and study of film is now more accessible than ever.

The life and careers of the inimitable Marylouise Oates ’73 M.Div.

October 4, 2021

A veteran activist and writer on social and political issues, Oates reflects on her career and the impact her time at Yale still has on her work.

Exhibition celebrates generations of Yale-trained women artists

October 1, 2021

“On the Basis of Art” features works by 77 artists — painting, sculpture, drawing, print, photography, and video — drawn entirely from YUAG’s collections.

The rise of public interest advocacy — and the attack on big government

September 30, 2021

In a Q&A, Yale historian Paul Sabin discusses liberal efforts to rein in and challenge the government in the 1960s and their impact on today’s politics.

Three Yale affiliates win MacArthur ‘genius’ grants for their creativity

September 29, 2021

Poet, lawyer, and Yale Law School faculty member Reginald Dwayne Betts, along with two Yale alumnae, are among this year’s MacArthur Fellows.

Beinecke library fellowships built back bigger and better

September 28, 2021

The Beinecke announces a reinvigorated fellowship program for graduate students and researchers, regardless of institutional affiliation or academic pedigree.