Yale’s Jill Jarvis discusses the role of literature in “decolonizing” memory in Algeria and the intellectual journey that ultimately led her to North Africa.
As the academic year comes to a close, I hope you’ll join me in celebrating the achievements of our colleagues.
In 2022-23, FAS faculty received a...
Yale’s Travis Zadeh discusses his new book, “Wonders and Rarities,” which examines a seminal 13th-century work of natural history and cosmology.
A highlight of an eventful period for Yale faculty member Jing Tsu is being named a Pulitzer Prize finalist.
Karsten Heeger does field-leading research in the study of neutrinos and neutrino mass. He joined the Yale faculty in 2013.
Using a $1 million federal grant, Yale and the University of Connecticut will develop a proposal for a national “engine” for quantum technology and jobs.
Beverly Gage, a professor of history and American studies, received the Pulitzer Prize for her revelatory biography of the late FBI director J. Edgar Hoover.