In a Q&A, Sheriko discusses her lifelong affection for puppets, the varying styles of early puppets, and how her interest in old ways isn’t limited to puppets.
Fifty-one years after a seminal Yale study on economic growth, economists and policymakers gathered on campus for a conference on sustainable development.
Understanding that even planets in pristine solar systems have some orbital tilt puts Earth’s solar system into a larger perspective, researchers say.
In an interview, new faculty member Sam Raskin talks about his approach to mathematics and a long-ago Thanksgiving that helped set him on his career path.
Historian Ned Blackhawk’s sweeping volume, which recognizes the centrality of Native Americans in U.S. history, won the National Book Award in nonfiction.
In an interview, Nana Adusei-Poku talks about why she’s excited to be at Yale, how the study of Black melancholia meets the moment, and her love of water.
The Women Faculty Forum last month recognized Yale lector Sybil Alexandrov’s service with its Elga R. Wasserman Courage, Clarity, and Leadership Award.