On November 10, the Chemistry Department is celebrating women’s contributions to chemistry and the history of women chemists at Yale by hosting a virtual symposium. The...
A new study of equality of economic opportunity under the law between men and women in 190 countries from 1970 until today finds women’s outcomes still lag.
In Imperial Intimacies, Carby weaves the history of her family into the history of Britain and Jamaica as it was shaped under the British Empire.
When few American economists studied global development, the chair of Yale Department of Economics sought to understand economies by examining them up-close.
Yale astronomers are searching for the hypothesized, distant ninth planet in our solar system by scouring faint orbital trails in an unexplored region of space.
Among the most popular courses in the humanities this semester, Milette Gaifman’s “Art and Myth in Greek Antiquity” connects ancient myth to modern culture.
Newly appointed as the first woman director of Yale’s Cowles Foundation for Research in Economics, Marina Halac talks about her work and her vision for the job.