Arts & Humanities

In YDT project, students will re-make a dance that’s been ‘lost from view’

November 16, 2017

For this year's Yale Dance Theater project, students will remake a 1963 dance that hasn't been performed in four decades.

Student research exhibits showcase Yale Library’s diverse collections

November 15, 2017

A look at travel to the Near East in the early 1900s; a sociologist murdered in Indonesia; New Haven public housing; and an African American family's...

'Vertical Cities' explored in new exhibition at School of Architecture

November 15, 2017

The exhibition features 200 models of skyscrapers of the most prominent and celebrated skyscrapers, both built and unbuilt.

‘Quadcast’ with John Collins: Is the Bible relevant today?

November 15, 2017

Yale Divinity School Professor John Collins discusses the Bible’s relevance for today, his experience editing the Dead Sea Scrolls, and more.

Finding the religious in the secular with Kathryn Lofton

November 14, 2017

Kathryn Lofton, professor of religious studies, American studies, and history, discusses her new book “Consuming Religion.”

‘Panorama’ correspondent to talk about mental asylums, truth in reporting

November 13, 2017

During her Poynter visit at Yale on Nov. 15, Hilary Andersson will speak at two public events.

STAT reporter to talk about finding ‘the great stories of science’

November 13, 2017

Reporter Eric Boodman will speak with journalist Carl Zimmer about scientific story-writing.

Mathematician to share how crochet helped her understand complex geometry

November 13, 2017

Daina Taimina crochets hyperbolic planes in order to better visualize these complex geometric shapes.

Gift to fund Art and Social Justice program at Yale School of Art

November 10, 2017

The gift from an anonymous donor will encourage graduate students to explore the intersections of art through economic, social, and cultural perspectives.

Joy: 100 Poems

November 9, 2017

Christian Wiman, professor of the practice of religion and literature (Yale University Press)