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June 12, 2024
The Treasures from the Yale Film Archive screening series premiered ten years ago with a 35mm screening of David O. Russell's Three Kings on July 12, 2014. Since then, the series has presented more than 200 films, all free to the public, all shown in their original formats as they were meant to be...
May 17, 2024
Boy meets girl in a Parisian cabaret, boy loses girl to Mumbai gangsters, boy and girl jump a gap in the 105 freeway in a bomb-laden city bus. The Yale Film Archive presents these tales to you this summer through three 35mm film screenings, all free and open to the public. Screenings take place on...
Minister at pulpit with people in pews
May 1, 2024
A new online exhibit documents the history of teaching the practice of ministry at Yale Divinity School.
Two hands holding an anchor with a snake entwined around it
May 1, 2024
Come see the very first exhibit in the newly renovated Latourette Learning Center and take a journey through more than five centuries of book printing on three continents.
photograph of Miles Hoffman by Mary Noble Ours
April 11, 2024
On April 19, at 4 p.m., the American Chamber Players will present Yale Library’s inaugural Miles Hoffman Concert at the United Church on the New Haven Green. The ensemble’s innovative repertoire ranges from classic works and neglected masterpieces to newly commissioned American compositions. The...
photo of cake
January 3, 2024
Staff, friends, and colleagues gathered to share stories and cake to celebrate the Gilmore Music Library’s anniversary. This year marks its 25th year in its spectacular spaces within Sterling Memorial Library.  More

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