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Mysteries of nature, modern enchantments, and the curse words of colorful incantations were among the many topics addressed in the two-day symposium “Magic and the Occult in...
Every year, I take the students from my Islamic architecture course to visit the Islamic art collections at the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York so they can see the...
Associate Professor Jonathan Wyrtzen has won the 2016 Social Science History Association President’s Book Award for his first book, Making Morocco: Colonial Intervention and...
Yale professors and Hebrew teachers from across the country gathered in New Haven Saturday night to celebrate Ayala Dvoretzky, senior lector II of Hebrew and coordinator of...
Mahmoud Abdul-Rauf chatted with Yale students after his talk on campus.
Colin Kaepernick, the San Francisco 49ers quarterback, ignited a national debate this year by not standing when the national anthem is played before football games. This is...
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Syria is now entering its sixth year of war. More than a third of its hospitals have closed and about 65 percent of health workers have fled. There is an urgent need for...
“Welcome. We will begin each week promptly at 4:34,” Shawkat Toorawa told the assembled group of students at the Whitney Humanities Center on a recent Wednesday. “I will talk...