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Some graduate students who attended Professor Schwarcz's presentation.

On November 7, anthropologist and historian Lilia Moritz Schwarcz offered a talk entitled, “Lima Barreto: A sad visionary in Brazil at the beginning of the XX century” as part of the Council on Latin American and Iberian Studies Lunchtime Colloquia. Professor Schwarcz is a Professor of...

From left: Dina Siddiqi, Professor of Anthropology at New York University and an expert on Bangladesh; Raza Rumi Ahmed, a Pakistani academic and Director of Park Center for Independent Journalism at Ithaca College; and Ravish Kumar, an award-winning author, and TV anchor in India

Majoritarian Politics in South Asia is a riveting issue, and in 2018, a particularly topical one. The South Asian Studies Council was pleased to host a panel discussion on October 22 with journalists and academics from the region offering their reflections on the subject. The panel brought...

The article below, written by Rianna Turner, appeared in the November 12 issue of the Yale Daily News:

The European Studies Council at the MacMillan Center presented a concert...

The Council on Latin American & Iberian Studies invites Yale Students who have conducted academic travel, research, or internship experiences in Latin America, the Caribbean, Spain, or Portugal to submit photographs taken during their experiences for the first CLAIS Photo Competition. The...

Members of the panel included (left to right) Jamil Anderlini, Jing Tsu, Nuno Monteiro, Peter Salovey, Stephen Roach, and Aleh Tsyvinski. (Photo by Michael Marsland)

President Xi Jinping of China has marked 2049 — the centennial of the founding of the People’s Republic of China — as the date by which his country will be a fully developed and prosperous global power. A panel of Yale faculty on Nov. 2 considered China’s chances of meeting the goal and the...