Media Releases 2016

November 18, 2016. Winners of Latino and Iberian Film Festival announced

November 10, 2016. UN Ambassadors for Latin America/Caribbean States, African Union, and European Union to discuss regional organizations in global governance

November 8, 2016. Dunn to give Stimson Lectures on “FDR’s Third Hundred Days – Preparing for War and Global Leadership: November 1940 to March 1941”

November 4, 2016. Latino & Iberian Film Festival at Yale opens Nov. 9

October 25, 2016. Film documents NBA player’s spiritual journey to Islam

October 20, 2016. Acclaimed Japanese actor to screen and discuss his films at Yale

October 20, 2016. Internationally renowned commentator on African history, politics, and society to deliver Coca-Cola World Fund Lecture at Yale

October 12, 2016. Live webcast with Henry Kissinger and panel discussion examine Chinese-U.S. relationship

September 30, 2016. International Book Prizes Awarded

September 13, 2016. President of Rwanda to deliver the Coca-Cola World Fund Lecture at Yale

September 8, 2016. Learning Online – Moral Foundations of Politics 

September 6, 2016. Frisch wins William J. Foltz Journalism Award

September 6, 2016. Yale marks 175th anniversary of Arabic and Sanskrit studies with exhibit, public events

August 24, 2016. Yale announces 2016 Frederick Douglass Book Prize finalists

July 21, 2016. Pericles Lewis appointed VP for global strategy and deputy provost for international affairs

June 14, 2016. Exploring Slavery, Past and Present: Robina Foundation supports Gilder Lehrman Center

May 3, 2016. Ayesha Ramachandran receives MacMillan Center Director’s Award

May 3, 2016. Panels on refugees, global debt highlight 10th Anniversary

April 8, 2016. Money CAN buy happiness

April 8, 2016. Dallaire speaks on atrocity prevention

March 31, 2016. Celebrating a decade of global engagement as the Whitney and Betty MacMillan Center for International and Area Studies at Yale

March 30, 2016. Genocide Studies Program awarded funding from Charles E. Scheidt Family Foundation

March 28, 2016. Yale Professors Ian Shapiro and Christopher Udry receive honorary degrees from the University of Ghana

March 24, 2016. Yale’s Religious Freedom and Society Project recognized by Center for Early African Christianity

March 21, 2016. Africa-China relations explored at conference