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The Lodz ghetto in Poland (Image via nieznany on Wikimedia Commons)

Esther F. arrived at Auschwitz-Birkenau in August 1944 — a period when the camp’s crematoriums were operating at full capacity. Esther, a physician, was held for five days before being transported to Guben, a labor camp in Germany where she was assigned to care for Jewish factory workers.

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Theresa May presenting her 10-point “New Brexit Deal” to the House of Commons on Wednesday, May 22

This article was updated today, 5/24. Please see postscript below.

After a tumultuous month in which the Conservatives lost a record number of seats in local council elections in England, the party’s voters defected in droves to the new Brexit party created by Nigel Farage that, according...

Seth Jacobowitz, Assistant Professor of East Asian Languages and Literatures and affiliate faculty of the Department of Spanish and Portuguese, Yale University

The MacMillan Center and the Council on East Asian Studies hosted a three-day symposium during the first week of May titled “Japanese Diaspora to the Americas: Literature, History, and Identity.” The symposium, organized by Seth Jacobowitz, Yale University, brought together for the first time at...

Under clear skies and before a sea of zany headwear, acclaimed Nigerian writer and Class Day speaker Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie GRD ’08 urged the class of 2019 to be both “idealistic” and “pragmatic” as they move beyond Yale’s ivy-covered walls.

Adichie, who received a Master of Arts in...

Moira Fradinger, associate professor of comparative literature at Yale, will receive the highly competitive Berlin Prize from the American Academy in Berlin. Her inclusion in the fall 2019 class of fellows was...

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