Graduate And Professional

"Counter-Archives" with Nancy Escalante

How does community-based archiving reimagine the conventional archive? Join us for a conversation about community-based archiving with Nancy Escalante, PhD Candidate in American Studies, as she talks about her dissertation project. She will discuss the María Guardado Collective and raise questions about conventional forms of knowledge production and the usefulness of thinking with a “counter-archive.” Escalante’s project explores how U.S.

Performance All the Way Down: Book Launch

Peabody curator and Yale ornithologist Richard Prum sits down with professor Joanna Radin to discuss his new book “Performance All the Way Down: Genes, Development, and Sexual Difference”. This much anticipated follow-up to 2017’s “Evolution of Beauty”, a finalist for the Pulitzer Prize, applies queer feminist theory to developmental genetics, arguing that individuals are not essentially male or female.

'El Niño: Nativity Reconsidered' by the American Modern Opera Company (AMOC*)

On December 15, YSC presents the AMOC* production of contemporary composer John Adams’s El Niño: Nativity Reconsidered with libretto by Peter Sellars and concept by Julia Bullock, “one of opera’s fastest-rising stars” (Vanity Fair). El Niño is a chamber music arrangement created and conducted by Christian Reif and was first performed at The Met Cloisters in 2018. The New York Times calls it “intimate, affecting and quietly rich with activism.”

YSC Session: Reflective Imagining; How can reflecting on our experiences with gender equity help us build for the future?

How can reflecting on our experiences with gender equity help us build for the future? How can reflecting on our experiences with gender equity help us build for the future?

Please join vocalist, songwriter, performing/recording artist and educator Sarah Elizabeth Charles and Partner & Head of Independent Film at United Talent Agency Rena Ronson for a conversation centered around gender equity and inclusion; grounded in personal experience, learning, and imagining.

VIRTUAL: Belonging at Yale Series - Belonging: Can you be truly authentic?

The Future Leaders of Yale, Office of Diversity and Inclusion and Belonging at Yale invite you to the Belonging at Yale Series. This three-event series will focus on belonging in a complex workplace. These events will explore what the new term of belonging at an organization means and offer diverse experiences and pathways to show and be authentic in a workspace.

The second part of this series will take place on Friday, November 30, 2023 from 12:00-1:00PM around the topic of “Belonging: Can you be truly authentic?”

5th Annual Global Environmental Justice Conference: Environmental Joy

The work of environmental justice communities around the world would not be possible without the element of joy. Joy holds communities together in the face of injustice and adversity and it powers resilience, survival, and even thriving as deep resources that powers big change. Environmental Joy will be a multi-disciplinary and multi-cultural exploration of how practices and experiences of joy can uncover transformative solutions to our most pressing environmental challenges.

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