May 22, 2018
David Scott Kastan, the George M. Bodman Professor of English, and Stephen Farthing, artist (Yale University Press)
Based on the theme “Resilience and Reconciliation,” a three-day teach-in at Yale sought to explore the bonds between objects, art, healing, and reflection.
A unique event at Yale allowed members of the Brothertown Indian Nation to hear for the first time sacred, centuries-old hymnal music sung as it was written.
May 21, 2018
“Commit yourselves,” YDS Dean Greg Sterling challenged each of the graduates, “to tell the truth and only the truth.”
May 17, 2018
Led by Antonia Chandler ’18 M.M. and Joshua Thompson ’17 M.M., ’18 M.M.A., students at YSM have begun the establishing an LGBTQ+ affinity group called OutLoud.
May 16, 2018
From Los Angeles’ Skid Row to Providence, Rhode Island, Yale School of Music alumni are using music as a tool for community outreach and social justice.
The Week Ender appears every Thursday in Yale News and offers highlights of the many activities taking place at the univer
Discovered by scholar Ben Kiernan, the documents represent a link between Cambodia’s post-Khmer Rouge present and pre-colonial past.
Gary Tomlinson, the John Hay Whitney Professor of Music and the Humanities and director of the Whitney Humanities Center (University of Chicago Press)
May 15, 2018
The story — and music — of survivor Liubov’ K. was highlighted during a recent symposium at Yale’s Fortunoff Video Archive for Holocaust Testimonies.