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A panel of speakers discussed the political significance of Afghanistan’s archaeological heritage at an event entitled “Culture, Conservation and Meaning: The Politics of...
Siah Armajani’s “Follow this Line” at the Met Breuer
The following article appeared in the Yale Review of International Studies: The opening of Siah Armajani’s “Follow this Line” at the Met Breuer on Feb. 20 was well-attended...
The following article written by Jose Davila IV appeared in the Feb. 20 Yale Daily News: On Tuesday night, the smells of ful mudammas, znoud el sett, mantu and sambosa wafted...
Frontispiece from Turkish MSS suppl. 257, Kitab-i Shahidi, an undated & uncatalogued work.
In late October of 2018, Yale hosted the Sixth Biennial Symposium of the Historians of Islamic Art Association, generously supported by the MacMillan Center. The event was...
Alan Mikhail
Alan Mikhail, Professor of History, has been awarded the M. Fuat Köprülü Book Prize of the Ottoman and Turkish Studies Association for his book,  Under Osman’s Tree:...
Popular uprisings in Tunisia and Egypt toppled autocratic regimes during the 2011 Arab Spring, but the countries’ fates diverged after the revolutions ended. While Tunisia...
Daniel Gerlach, editor-in-chief of the German Middle East magazine Zenith
The article below, written by Kelly Wei, appeared in the November 7, 2018, issue of the Yale Daily News. Dozens gathered in Luce Hall on Tuesday to hear from Daniel Gerlach...