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Last week marked the half-way point of the nave restoration project in Sterling Memorial Library. The sixteen-month project began on June 3, 2013 and is scheduled for completion before the beginning of the fall semester this year. Much has been accomplished on the project so far. Cleaning of all...
A child survivor relates his vivid memories of Kraków, the German occupation, and moving to the ghetto and to Płaszów concentration camp. He tells of being smuggled out of the camp and surviving as a street child from age four to seven, with the aid of several Polish women. He reflects upon his...
Curated by John Cooper, Clare-Mellon Fellow in the History of Art, Yale University In 1794 the dancing and Attitudes, or expressive postures, performed by Emma Hamilton (1761?-1815) were rendered in twelve neoclassical images engraved by Thomas Piroli after drawings by Frederick Rehberg....
You are cordially invited to attend a reception on March 27th from 3:30-5:00 pm at the Center for Science and Social Science Information (CSSSI) to celebrate the new media wall exhibit “Yale Reaches Out to Future Scientists.” Refreshments will served. Directions to the CSSSI can be found at...
The Beinecke Rare Book & Manuscript Library at Yale University has acquired two “Tyndale Bibles” — the first printed English translations of biblical texts — which are among the rarest and most influential works in the English language. The acquisition consists of two volumes: William Tyndale’s...

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