December 4, 2023
Eight staff members — curators, librarians, and subject experts — present significant objects from the Beinecke Library’s vast and eclectic collections.
November 30, 2023
A burgeoning field, environmental ethics pursues critical reflection and action to ensure the well-being of the planet and its ecosystems.
In an interview, art market expert Magnus Resch discusses how greater transparency and new technology could transform the economics of art.
November 29, 2023
In the book, which won the 2023 Victor Turner Prize, Yale’s Alan Mikhail offers an inside look at the state bureaucracy of Egypt on the eve of revolution.
November 28, 2023
At recent panel discussion at the National Portrait Gallery, YSE’s Dorceta Taylor discussed early environmentalists whose contributions often go unrecognized.
On Saturday, Dec. 2, in Woolsey Hall, the seventy-voice choir will perform Charpentier’s “Messe de minuit pour Noël” alongside other seasonal works.
November 22, 2023
Stuart returned to YDS to take on an inaugural role, environmental community organizer, working on programming and pedagogy around the Living Village.
November 21, 2023
A.I. language, Ben Glaser says, is transforming communications. His new course, “Writing Essays with AI,” explores the opportunities and challenges.
November 17, 2023
The makers of “I AM ALAN TURING,” an experimental opera being produced out of Yale’s Center for Collaborative Arts and Media, used AI in creating the show.
November 16, 2023
Historian Ned Blackhawk’s sweeping volume, which recognizes the centrality of Native Americans in U.S. history, won the National Book Award in nonfiction.