Join us for coffee and treats from 10:00-10:30 AM, followed by short readings by prize recipients from their contributions to an upcoming issue of The Yale Review. Hosted by Meghan O’Rourke, editor of The Yale Review.
Yale Postdoctoral Trainees
Sir Isaac Julien in conversation with Esther da Costa Meyer, Professor Emeritus, History of Modern Architecture, Department of Art and Archaeology, Princeton University and Visiting Professor, Yale University; and Sunil Bald, Associate Dean and Professor Adjunct, Yale School of Architecture.
Join us for lively and inspiring conversations with some of today’s most notable artists. “at home: Artists in Conversation” brings together curators and artists to discuss artistic practices and insights into their work.
The annual Windham-Campbell Prizes Festival closing event returns, featuring short readings by the 2023 recipients.
Alexis Pauline Gumbs, a self-described Queer Black Troublemaker and Black Feminist Love Evangelist, recently completed a biography of the OG Queer Black Troublemaker, poet Audre Lorde. Join her for a trip through the poet’s life and a blessing including original archival materials from the Beinecke Rare Books and Manuscript Library.
Join Jasmine Lee-Jones and award-winning author Dan Charnas, author of Dilla Time: The Life and After Life of J. Dilla, as they listen to and discuss a selection of tracks from the legendary producer and artist.
Over a period of two years, starting in 2019 when he began work on his novel The Trees, Percival Everett made a series of paintings to commemorate the century anniversary of the Red Summer, a summer that saw so many lynchings in the United States. In the conversation and slide presentation, Everett and Crystal Feimster discuss the ways he uses oil paints, watercolors, and photographs of his own paintings to create portraits of an American landscape that is ever-present, but often conveniently ignored.
The story of King Seretse Khama of Botswana and how his loving but controversial marriage to a British white woman, Ruth Williams, put his kingdom into political and diplomatic turmoil, based on the book Color Bar by Susan Williams.
Co-hosted by the Whitney Humanities Center.
Join us for a celebration of the paperback launch of Ling Ma’s award-winning story collection, Bliss Montage, featuring Ling in conversation with literary critic Anthony Domestico.
Students from Yale’s Native American Cultural Center interview poet dg nanouk okpik about her life and work, with a focus on what it means to write in America as an Inuit/Iñupiaq woman.