Writer Yi-Ling Liu ’17 speaks to Yale about Chinese internet culture

In a Poynter Fellowship in Journalism event on Monday, Liu spoke about Chinese internet and its culture in an event titled “Metaphors of Online Life in China.”

Jackson Institute hosts discussion with Ambassador Ryan Crocker

Ambassador Ryan Crocker, a former U.S. diplomat, engaged in a dialogue about how American diplomacy has changed since 9/11 with Executive Director of International Security Studies Ted Wittenstein.

Two winners announced for the 2021 annual Frederick Douglass Book Prize

The prize, bestowed by Yale’s Gilder Lehrman Center for the Study of Slavery, Resistance and Abolition, is given to books about slavery, abolition and their legacies.

Yale Law School European Law Association co-hosts climate initiatives talk

The Yale European Law Association co-hosted a Monday talk on European Union climate initiatives. It featured leading scholars and analysts on matters of EU climate policy.

Yale hosts Ethiopia conference amid social media controversy, disinvites speaker

Ethiopia expert Professor Ann Fitz-Gerald removed from Macmillan Center event moderated by CNN reporter Nima Elbagir, sparks social media backlash.

Economic Growth Center hosts virtual conversation on “Afghanistan’s Future: Development, the state and the humanitarian challenge”

The Jackson Institute, in conjunction with the Economic Growth Center, held a discussion between the last pre-Taliban Afghan Finance Minister, a University of London Think Tank Director and the Former Secretary for International Development under Theresa May on the future of the Afghan people, nation and economy.

Atlantic writer Elizabeth Bruenig discusses ambiguity and mystery at Divinity School lecture

On Tuesday evening, Elizabeth Bruenig, a journalist and staff writer for The Atlantic, gave the Yale Divinity School’s annual Sorensen lecture. 

Elizabeth Hinton gives latest “Democracy in America” lecture

Hinton joined professor Matthew Jacobson in conversation to speak about her latest book, "America on Fire: Police Violence and Black Rebellion since 1968.”

Jackson Institute hosts discussion forum on “Sino-Indian Affairs: Competition and Conflict”

Visiting political science lecturer and distinguished Indian journalist Sushant Singh participated in a dialogue about Indo-Chinese diplomatic relations with Elihu professor of history Arne Westad.

YURA Fall Symposium showcases undergraduate research

Yale undergraduates presented research on an extensive range of topics to visitors in the Humanities Quadrangle courtyard on Saturday.

Bomb threat called in for numerous campus buildings, campus spaces cleared for reentry five hours later

Three Ivy League universities received bomb threats and ordered evacuations on Sunday, two days after a similar threat was called in for Yale. Columbia University, […]