November 10, 2021
Yale’s newly acquired collection of 200 prints of the renowned Black American photographer’s work is one of the largest available for study in an institution.
November 8, 2021
Finding a Line New Haven, Yale Schwarzman Center, and community partners unveil a new skate bowl as a hub for skateboarding, arts, and civic engagement.
November 4, 2021
Yale sociologist Anderson receives criminology’s highest award for his groundbreaking studies of life and violence in inner-city African American communities.
November 3, 2021
Nancy Levene’s work spans religious studies, political theory, literature, and the arts to focus on the ethical implications of our notions of modernity.
Proctor, an 1894 graduate of YDS, was a leader in the early 20th-century movement for intellectually progressive, socially active, and racially aware ministry.
Recent advances in digital technology have enabled teams at the Beinecke and British Libraries to reunite ancient papyrus fragments from afar.
October 27, 2021
“Yale & Slavery in Historical Perspective” brings together experts to discuss the university’s historic relationship with slavery and its legacy.
Yale’s biggest campus celebrity has a new place to hang out — a custom-built doghouse designed by students at the School of Architecture.
Held mostly online from Nov. 7–14, LIFFY explores the theme “unidos y fluidos” — united in diversity — with filmmakers and characters from over 18 countries.
October 26, 2021
Michael Della Rocca has been appointed the Sterling Professor of Philosophy, effective immediately.