Christine Hayes, Sterling Professor of Religious Studies, was honored for her groundbreaking research on rabbinic Judaism and literature, Jewish identity, and Jewish law.
Six members of the FAS faculty, representing African American Studies, Comparative Literature, English, French, Music, and Slavic Languages and Literatures were awarded...
In her new biography of J. Edgar Hoover, Yale historian Beverly Gage offers a complicated portrait of the legendary FBI director.
A recent panel discussion gathered experts to dig into the data and help explain voting behaviors and trends behind the results.
“Subjects and Objects” explores how Yale has chronicled the Slavic world through its collections — from the Russian Empire to the Soviet Union and beyond.
A dramatic shift toward remote work caused telecommuting parents in the U.S., particularly mothers, to spend significantly more time “parenting” their children.
Adam Meirowitz is a renowned political economist who has advanced the study of international relations and our understanding of domestic political institutions.