February 2019 News

February 25, 2019
Join the Yale Film Study Center and CPTV for a free screening and discussion of Won't You Be My Neighbor?, the latest acclaimed documentary from Oscar-winner Morgan Neville. For over thirty years, the unassuming minister, puppeteer, writer, and producer Fred Rogers was beamed daily into homes...
February 22, 2019
Join us for a screening and discussion of The Providers, a new documentary by Laura Green and Anna Moot-Levin. Set against the backdrop of the physician shortage and opioid epidemic in rural America, The Providers follows three "country doctors" in New Mexico at clinics offering care to all,...
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February 18, 2019
Can a student put a photo of an artwork in a conference presentation? Can a politician play a song at his rallies—even if the songwriter objects? Can a professor scan an article and share it with her class? Can a social media user turn an internet image into a meme? During Fair Use Week ( Feb. 25...
February 18, 2019
Jafar Panahi weaves together tales of women's daily struggles in The Circle, described by Desson Thomas as "a memorable and devastating indictment of the oppression facing many women in Iran." In the words of Lisa Schwarzbaum, Panahi "graduates to a new elegance of vocabulary" with the film, which...
February 12, 2019
February 1-May 10, 2019 The adage “more art than science” presupposes an intellectual separation between these two fields. Yet artists and scientists alike ask questions, observe phenomena, experiment with materials, make discoveries, and present information. Since artists’ books often combine...
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February 12, 2019
Yale University Library is participating in 2019 Love Data week, a national effort to raise awareness of topics related to research data management, sharing, preservation, reuse, and library-based research data services. Follow the links below for more information on Love Data workshops and events...
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February 10, 2019
The Anne T. and Robert M. Bass Library will undergo renovation this summer to expand study space for the university’s growing undergraduate population. A newly revised plan calls for an increase in seating from 365 to 449 spaces and a smaller, updated print collection more closely aligned with...

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