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VIRTUAL: Let's Talk Title IX: Insights from Then and Now

Join us for a discussion on September 27th at 7:30pm EST between Yale women trailblazers about their experiences, challenges, advice for our future leaders, and a conversation about what the future holds for Title IX. The panel will include Yale Alumni - Lisa Brummel ‘81 (Basketball), co-owner of Seattle storm and former VP of Human Resources at Microsoft, Dr. Mónica Lebrón ‘01 (Softball) - Deputy Athletic Director at the University of Tennessee and Katrina Garry ‘18 (Track), Deputy Title IX Coordinator at University of San Francisco.

Exhibition Curators' Talk: "Subjects and Objects: Slavic Collections at Yale, 1896–2022"

Please join us to celebrate the opening of “Subjects and Objects: Slavic Collections at Yale, 1896–2022,” which is on view in the Hanke Exhibition Gallery, Sterling Memorial Library.
Curators Anna Arays and Liliya Dashevski will discuss their exhibition and will be available for questions and conversation over light refreshments afterward.
No registration is necessary.
Note: Please see the library’s COVID updates to current public health protocols: https://library.yale.edu/news/covid-library-updates

Lyric Thinking: An Opening Event for the Model Research Collection

Please join Yale Library for refreshments and remarks celebrating the opening of the 2022–2023 Model Research Collection, “Lyric Thinking: Poetry in the World,” curated by Dr. Ayesha Ramachandran, Associate Professor of Comparative Literature.
The event will take place in Bass Library on the courtyard level near the Model Research Collection. No advanced registration is required.

Global Environmental Justice Conference 2022

The Yale Center for Environmental Justice and the United States Agency for International Development (USAID) are partnering this year to present the Fourth Annual Global Environmental Justice Conference at the Yale School of the Environment. This year’s conference will focus on the intersection of equitable climate action and sustainable development.
Contact: Yale Center for Environmental Justice, https://ycej.yale.edu/en

Windham-Campbell Festival: Turner Turned Inside Out

Winsome Pinnock’s most recent play, Rockets and Blue Lights, takes the audience on a deep dive into J. M. W. Turner’s painting “The Slave Ship,” asking questions about received and shared history. She is joined by past prize recipient Branden-Jacobs Jenkins in a discussion about how theater can help us look more fully into history.
A complementary display of works by J. M. W. Turner, including sketchbook drawings and color studies, finished watercolors, and prints, will be on view in the Yale Center for British Study Room that day.

Windham-Campbell Festival: One (More) Night in the Roof Nightclub

Ishion Hutchinson will play a mash up of Jamaican music—ska, rocksteady, reggae and especially 1970s dub. Cooking up a dancing elixir, other genres will also be played. The session will be interspersed with performance of original dub poetry and a screening of a short film. Guest DJ appearance by Jonah Mixon-Webster.
Iconic local restaurant Sandra’s Next Generation will also be serving up a soul food feast!

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