Media Releases 2018

November 27, 2018. David W. Blight Discusses “Frederick Douglass: Prophet of Freedom” with Ta-Nehisi Coates

November 26, 2018. Rutgers and Harvard Professors share the 20th Annual Frederick Douglass Book Prize

November 12, 2018. Council on Latin American & Iberian Studies Photo Competition

October 30, 2018. Yale experts to discuss U.S. strategy toward China

October 29, 2018. Latino & Iberian Film Festival at Yale opens November 7

October 29, 2018. Christopher Andrew to discuss “The Lost History of Global Intelligence” at Yale

October 26, 2018. Conference on the future of Brazilian studies to be held at Yale

October 24, 2018. Yale University hosts conference on “Fighting Modern Slavery: What Works?”

October 22, 2018. Translation Studies is focus of new interdisciplinary program at The MacMillan Center

October 19, 2018. Yale Africa Film Festival on October 26-27

October 18, 2018. Diplomat who negotiated historic peace accord in Colombia to deliver Coca-Cola World Fund Lecture at Yale

October 11, 2018. Yale to host Sri Sultan Hamengkubuwono X, Sultan of Yogyakarta, Central Java, Indonesia

October 2, 2018. Fox International Fellowship expands to Argentina

October 1, 2018. Climate Induced Migration and Displacement Conference

September 27, 2018. New institute named for Lamin Sanneh to focus on study of religion and society in Africa

September 13, 2018. Lillian Moore-Eissenberg wins William J. Foltz Journalism Award

September 10, 2018. Yale University expands teaching and research on Russia, Eastern Europe, and Eurasia

September 4, 2018. Y-RISE initiative enlists faculty expertise in fight against poverty

July 26, 2018. Yale announces 2018 Frederick Douglass Book Prize finalists

May 15, 2018. MacMillan Center awards book prizes to three faculty members

April 11, 2018. Louisa Lombard receives the MacMillan Center’s Director’s Award

April 10, 2018. The Gilder Lehrman Center announces Modern Slavery Working Group and short film debut

April 5, 2018. British minister Rory Stewart to discuss ‘how not to fix’ failed states

April 2, 2018. Abbas Amanat appointed the Sumner Professor of History

March 29, 2018. Africa Salon festival to highlight art and culture of the black diaspora

March 1, 2018.  Internationally renowned scholar on corruption and its implications to deliver Coca-Cola World Fund Lecture

January 24, 2018. Polk talks to explore “America Confronts the Post-Imperial World”

January 23, 2018. Two-day symposium on “Popular Music & Society in Iran: New Directions”