March 2016 News

Zaha Hadid, from Archivision
March 31, 2016
Six thousand new images from Archivision are now available for search and download, including Herzog & de Meuron’s DeYoung Museum, Taos Pueblo, and the Japanese Tea Garden in Golden Gate Park. These images, purchased by the Arts Library as a supplement to Artstor’s architecture holdings, are in...
March 31, 2016
Robert Shaw (1916-1999) was the most renowned choral conductor of the 20th century, and a major orchestral conductor as well. He led the Collegiate Chorale and the Robert Shaw Chorale, served as George Szell’s assistant conductor at the Cleveland Orchestra, and was music director of the Atlanta...
March 29, 2016
DH Office Hours Talk March 29 at 2:00pm in the DHLab (SML 316) Danielle Reay, Arts Librarian for Digital and Access Services at Haas Arts Library, will recap the recent symposium “Apps, Maps & Models: Digital Pedagogy and Research in Art History, Archaeology & Visual Studies,” which was...
March 29, 2016
"The Sounds of Digital Joy: Black Women's Sonic Space Making Online" Workshop with Moya Bailey and Jalylah Burrell Date: Tuesday, March 29th, 5:30pm-7:30pm Room: 203 Luce Hall (34 Hillhouse Ave) Space is limited, so please go to the YUL Instruction Calendar to register. Antipathy toward black women...
Richard Jean So, Yale Digital Humanities Lab
March 28, 2016
The English Department's Theory and Media Studies Colloquium and the Digital Humanities Lab are excited to announce Richard Jean So's upcoming talk, "Dark Data: Modeling Racial Discourse and Inequality in the US Novel." The talk will take place in LC 319 at 5:30pm on March 28th. All are welcome to...
March 24, 2016
This semester, the SML Exhibits Corridor showcases the research of four exceptional Yale students. Mary Jones, a current Ph.D student in Music History, is displaying a series of letters between record executive Goddard Lieberson and orchestral conductor Eugene Ormandy.  The correspondence reveals...
March 24, 2016
This semester, the Sterling Memorial Library Exhibits Corridor highlights the diverse research of four Yale students. David McCullough, an American studies major at Davenport College, is displaying excerpts from his research on paleontologist Othniel Charles Marsh, a notable figure in Yale’s...

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