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Fernando Pessoa Unmasked? Biographer Richard Zenith in Conversation with Inês Forjaz de Lacerda

HYBRID Event
Celebrated translator and biographer Richard Zenith has spent much of the past three decades translating and writing about the great Portuguese modernist poet Fernando Pessoa.

At Yale, Zenith will talk about what - through all these years - led to some of his recent revisions to his translations and reflect on translation more generally.

Kyrie: A Musical Vigil for Peace to Benefit Ukraine

Wondering how you can assist refugees from Ukraine? Attend this special hour of music by candlelight as we pray for an end to violence in Ukraine. This benefit concert will feature Mezzo-Soprano Karolina Wojteczko’20 Mus.M. and will include sacred music selections from across the centuries for voice, organ, violin and cello. All proceeds will go to the immediate needs of Ukrainian refugees. This concert is open to the public.

Yale Library Book Talk: Daphne Brooks, "Liner Notes for the Revolution: The Intellectual Life of Black Feminist Sound"

Professor Daphne Brooks will discuss her new book “Liner Notes for the Revolution: The Intellectual Life of Black Feminist Sound” (Harvard UP, 2021) which explores more than a century of music archives to examine the critics, collectors, and listeners who have determined perceptions of Black women on stage and in the recording studio. Online, free and open to all with pre-registration. Online, free, and open to all with registration.

Kyrie: A Musical Vigil for Peace to Benefit Ukraine

Wondering how you can assist refugees from Ukraine? Attend this special hour of music by candlelight as we pray for an end to violence in Ukraine. This benefit concert will feature Mezzo-Soprano Karolina Wojteczko’20 Mus.M. and will include sacred music selections from across the centuries for voice, organ, violin and cello. All proceeds will go to the immediate needs of Ukrainian refugees.

Inside Art with the Justice Arts Coalition

Please join us on Monday, March 7th, at 4pm to discuss the arts as both a form of resistance and unity in carceral settings, through an ArtLinks event hosted by the Justice Arts Coalition (JAC). ArtLinks invites participants to view, discuss, and respond to artwork created by incarcerated artists who are a part of the JAC network. Participants will be encouraged to support featured artists through hand-written letters of reflection and feedback that will be mailed to the artists.

2022 Symposium on Disability and Accessibility

April 5-28 marks the 45th anniversary of the San Francisco 1977 Disability Rights Protest, a sit-in that demanded the enactment of Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973. This was a landmark piece of legislation for people with disabilities in the United States and set the groundwork for the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990. As we reflect on this incredible historical action, we look to our present Yale environment to ask important questions about how the campus supports and falls short for the disability community.

Connecting Past to Present: Building a Cultural Heritage Center in Lagos, Nigeria

Join us for the launch of the Yale IPCH Public Talks: a series dedicated to exploring global perspectives and critical developments that impact cultural heritage preservation. In this inaugural event, this distinguished expert panel will contextualize the highly anticipated John Randle Centre for Yoruba History and Culture within the economic, social, and cultural landscape of Lagos, the most populous city on the African continent.

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