A reading/Q&A by essayist and memoirist Emily Bernard
Southeast Asia Studies Seminar: The Art of Pretending to Govern: The Administrative Origins of Myanmar’s Current State Crisis
Join Yale School of Management’s Krystal Augustine for a fun, casual, and stress-free networking event over meaningful conversations and cocktails. The mixer will allow attendees to speak freely about their personal work experiences. Participants will explore how, although they each may be different on the surface, they share similar goals in the workplace.
Countries in Latin America have enjoyed periods of democratic revival and suffered from periods of democratic decline since their independence. Recent events in Peru and Brazil add to the many cases in which democracy was about to break, but it did not.
Join us as Roya Hakakian discusses her book A Beginners Guide to America: For the Immigrant and the Curious with author Carlos Eire.
At a time when America seems more divided than ever, Roya Hakakian, a naturalized immigrant shares her American experience, and tells others what it took to fall in love with America, despite its flaws. A Beginner’s Guide to America: For the Immigrant and the Curious (Knopf) exemplifies how one immigrant wishes to do her part to heal our national wounds and enable the native-born to see what they can’t see.
Dr. Nyeema C. Harris
Knobloch Family Associate
Professor of Wildlife and
Dr. Harris studies carnivore ecology, behavior, and conservation.
As an avid nature-lover, her most transformative experience
stemmed from witnessing lions hunt in Kenya as a youth growing
up in Philadelphia. In the work of her Applied Wildlife Ecology
(AWE) Lab, she aims to facilitate exposure, broaden participation
in who has agency and contributes to knowledge production, and
Join us in Commons, the newly re-imagined place for student life, the arts, and dining, for a conversation with Yale School of Architecture Dean Deborah Berke and architect and designer David Rockwell about the role art plays in community and placemaking.
Southeast Asia Studies Brown Bag Seminar Series: INDIGENOUS ORIGINS OF STATE EDUCATION: LESSONS FROM MYANMAR’S COLONIAL PAST
Please join the Solomon Center for Health Law for a discussion with Professor Khiara Bridges about her Harvard Law Forewords Article, “Race in the Roberts Court.” Her work examines the Supreme Court’s conceptions of racism by discussing its recent decisions, including an in-depth analysis of the Dobbs case that overturned Roe v Wade. This event will also be available via zoom.
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Join us for the opening reception for “Maker of a Kindly Permanence: Oral History of American Music at Yale”, an exhibit that celebrates this important special collection at Yale’s Music Library