Arts & Humanities


Feeding the machine: the benefits and costs for workers who power AI

June 7, 2024

In Venezuela, artificial intelligence work has offered an economic lifeline amid the country’s financial crisis. But a new study shows it comes at a cost.

Acclaimed local creator helps reinvigorate arts at the Peabody Museum

June 6, 2024

On June 21, New Haven-based Syrian artist and architect Mohamad Hafez will join associate curator Agnete Wisti Lassen to discuss life, art, food, and more.

Illuminating Haitian revolutionary ideas

June 6, 2024

In a Q&A, Yale’s Marlene L. Daut discusses her new book focusing on the work of Haitian scholars and historians who have been silenced for centuries.

Alum aims to build a ‘spiritual health care workforce’

June 5, 2024

Cecil “Ngoni” Tengatenga is an Episcopal priest whose day job bridges social work and health education — a vocation inspired by his time at Yale.

‘Treated’ for being gay: psychiatry’s mid-century ‘fixes’ for homosexuality

June 4, 2024

Regina Kunzel’s new book explores the psychiatric treatment of queer and gender-variant people, often through patients’ own writing.

Screening room: Yale Law clinic offers legal guidance for documentaries

May 29, 2024

DocProject, a program of the Media Freedom and Information Access Clinic, provides pro bono advice on media law and journalism for documentary filmmakers.

Coded art: CCAM gallery pairs ‘physical and digital’ in debut showcase

May 28, 2024

In its new “ISOVIST” gallery on York Street, the Center for Collaborative Arts and Media unveiled an exhibition of artworks that originated as computer code.

Brodhead to serve as Yale Center for British Art’s interim director

May 22, 2024

Richard Brodhead, a former Duke president, will serve as YCBA’s interim director while Yale seeks a successor to departing director Courtney J. Martin.

‘Mentoring is doing’: A Yale faculty flutist on her career and teaching

May 20, 2024

Yale School of Music’s Tara Helen O’Connor shares insights into her diverse career, her approach to teaching, and the state and future of classical music.

Cynthia Zarin’s new novel weaves memories of winter

May 17, 2024

Yale English lecturer Cynthia Zarin discusses her new book, “Inverno,” and the way characters remember — and misremember — their lives.