Eckart Frahm
In his new book, Eckart Frahm describes the rise of Assyria from a peaceful city-state to a combative imperial power.
Travis Zadeh
Yale’s Travis Zadeh discusses his new book, “Wonders and Rarities,” which examines a seminal 13th-century work of natural history and cosmology.
Marcia C. Inhorn
Anthropologist Marcia Inhorn discusses her new book examining why women freeze their eggs.
Illustration of Tehran by Esmail Ashtiyani (1938)
In Iran: A Modern History, Abbas Amanat combines chronological and thematic approaches, exploring events with lasting implications for modern Iran and the world. Here, Amanat...
On January 19-22, Yale hosted its 49th Model UN conference (YMUN49), which welcomed more than 1,000 high school students from around the globe. Among them was a delegation of...
A still from the documentary Soufra, which follows a group of women building a food truck business in the Burj El Barajneh refugee camp in Lebanon.
Q: What do you most want to tell people about the concept of social entrepreneurship and the newly released second edition of your book Social Entrepreneurship: Building...
Top row: Katerina Clark, Erica Edwards, and Jill Jarvis; Bottom row: Jessica Gabriel Peritz, Juno Jill Richards, and Shane Vogel
Six members of the Yale faculty — Katerina Clark, Jill Jarvis, Jessica Gabriel Peritz, Shane Vogel, Erica Edwards, and Juno Jill Richards — have been honored by the Modern...