February 2017

August 15, 2016 to April 30, 2017
10:00am Identity, Difference, and Understanding: Lessons from Oceania and Southeast Asia
September 6, 2016 to February 6, 2017
(All day) An American Orientalist: the Life and Legacy of Edward E. Salisbury (1814-1901)
(All day) Exhibit: An American Orientalist: the Life and Legacy of Edward E. Salisbury (1814-1901)
(All day) An American Orientalist: the Life and Legacy of Edward E. Salisbury (1814-1901)
(All day) An American Orientalist: the Life and Legacy of Edward E. Salisbury (1814-1901)
October 3, 2016 to April 28, 2017
(All day) Student Research at Yale University Library
October 3, 2016 to March 17, 2017
(All day) Litchfield Unbound: Unlocking Legal History through Digitization
November 1, 2016 to May 31, 2017
(All day) Two Hundred Years of Tracts
February 1, 2017
11:45am MacMillan International Relations Seminar Series: "Contentious Compliance: Repression and Dissent in the Shadow of International Law”
12:00pm American Politics & Public Policy Workshop with Alessandra Casella, Columbia
12:00pm Vietnamese Revolutionary Women, Misrecognition, and Global Solidarity
4:15pm Political Theory Workshop: "Truth Against War: Virginia Woolf, Alan Turing, and the Gendered Politics of Truth-Telling”
4:30pm Slavic Colloquium Book Talk: "Black Square: Adventures in Post-Soviet Ukraine"
4:30pm Williams F. Buckley Jr. Program at Yale: "Hillbilly Elegy: A Memoir of a Family and Culture in Crisis"
5:00pm Yale Program in the History of the Book: "Reading Children: Literacy and the New Work of Nineteenth-century U.S. Childhood"
7:00pm Film screening: DreamTown
February 2, 2017
12:00pm Quantitative Research Methods Workshop with Mark van der Laan, UC Berkeley
12:10pm Human Rights Workshop
4:00pm Modern Europe Colloquium: Scott Spector
4:00pm Issues in Malay Arts and Religion: Between Intangible Cultural Heritage and Islam
4:30pm South Asia Brown Bag Series: Prelude Beloveds: The Prophetic, the Divine, and the Satirized
5:00pm Malay Theatre: Intangible Cultural Heritage and Islam
6:10pm "The Legal Barbarians: Comparative Law, Legal Identities and the Global South”
February 3, 2017
9:00am Yale Center for the Study of Representative Institutions: "The Life and Legacy of Isaiah Berlin"
1:30pm CAS Lecture Series: Daniel Magaziner: “Art and Education in Apartheid South Africa” – Cosponsored with the Yale University Art Gallery
7:00pm Screening - The Lives of Others
February 5, 2017
2:00pm Slavic Music Matinée
February 6, 2017
11:45am Order, Conflict, and Violence Speaker Series: "On Uncertainty: Fake News, Post-­Truth, and the Problem of Judgment in Syria"
11:45am Order, Conflict, and Violence Speaker Series
4:00pm CLAIS Cuba Initiative presents: "Imagining a More Hopeful Society: Father Felix Varela, Cartas a Elpidio and the Protestant/Catholic Debates of the 1830s"
4:30pm Gruber Distinguished Lecture in Global Justice by Dr. Rebecca Gomperts
February 7, 2017
12:00pm "Attribution Bias in Consumer Choice" with Kareem Haggag, Carnegie Mellon University
12:00pm Panel Discussion in Conjunction with Dr. Rebecca Gomperts, Gruber Distinguished Lecture in Global Justice
3:00pm PLAY ANGKLUNG AT PEABODY2 - Six Lesson Series
4:00pm PLAY ANGKLUNG AT PEABODY2 - Free Drop-in Session
4:30pm Global Justice Program: Peter Van Buren
February 8, 2017
11:45am MacMillan International Relations Seminar Series: "Labor, Capital, and Public Attitudes: The Case of Autonomous Weapon Systems”
12:00pm "Judicial Diversity and Sentencing: the Circuit Court of Cook County" with Allison Harris, Princeton
12:00pm GLC Brown Bag Lecture with Tammy Ingram
4:00pm PLAY ANGKLUNG AT PEABODY2 - Free Drop-in Session
4:15pm Political Theory Workshop: "TBA"
4:30pm CAS Lecture Series: Professor David Gordon "Violence and Humanitarianism in the Congo Free State"
6:00pm "A World Not Ours" (Mahdi Fleifel, Autobiographical Documentary)
6:00pm Race and Slavery in the Atlantic World (RSAW) Working Group with Crystal Feimster
February 9, 2017
12:00pm "Inference with Dyadic Data: Asymptotic Behavior of the Dyadic-Robust t-Statistic" with Max Tabord-Meehan, Northwestern
12:00pm Leitner Political Economy Seminar Series: "Victorian Voting: Party Orientation and Class Alignment Revisited"
12:10pm Human Rights Workshop
4:00pm Koryo Buddhist Painting In East Asia
4:30pm Michalis Kappas, "Archaeology and Restoration in the Mani: Visualising the Byzantine Village of Kastania"
4:30pm Colloquium Series: Out of Context and In Contradiction: On Humans and Animals (and a Passerby) in Urban India. Naisargi Dave
February 10, 2017
11:00am Agrarian Studies Hinterlands, Frontiers, Cities, and States: Transactions and Identities Colloquium: "Cranberries and Climate Change: Massachusetts Cranberry Growers and the Challenges of Adaptation.”
12:00pm Iran Colloquium: The Transnational Making of a National Project: The Case of the Trans-Iranian Railway, 1850-1950
12:30pm Latin American Studies Speaker Series: "The Shining Path Conflict in Peru and its Political Legacies: A Preliminary Investigation."
6:30pm Documentary: Dust-Flower-Flame
February 13, 2017
11:45am Order, Conflict, and Violence Speaker Series: Civic Education in Violent Elections: Evidence from Côte d’Ivoire’s 2015 Election"
11:45am Order, Conflict, and Violence Speaker Series
4:00pm CHESS/Sociology Colloquium: Julian Go
4:00pm "Ariadne in Bordeaux: Unraveling the Ties that Bind in Tawada Yōko’s ボルドー の義兄/Schwager in Bordeaux."
7:00pm Screening of "One Mind"
February 14, 2017
11:30am "Global Gays and Soviet Queens: Gender Variance and Male Homosexuality in the Polish Gay Press of the 1990s" Ludmila Janion, University of Warsaw
12:00pm Early Modern Empires Workshop: Veysel Simsek
4:00pm Peace and Stability in the Region of the Baltic Sea Roundtable
February 15, 2017
11:45am MacMillan International Relations Seminar Series: "Hawks, Doves, and Peace: An Experimental Approach”
12:00pm American Politics & Public Policy Workshop with Katherine McCabe, Yale
12:00pm Embedding Meanings in Text, Image and Context: The reclining Vishnu and Lakshmi carvings at Phnom Kulen
12:00pm CMES Colloquium: Middle East Studies in a Post-Fact World: How Academic Voices Can be Heard in Babel
12:00pm GLC Brown Bag Lecture with Wendell Adjetey
4:15pm Political Theory Workshop: "Arendt Before Jerusalem: The Case of the Missing Morality”
4:30pm CAS Lecture Series - Seth Markle: "Madaraja (Bridges): Reflections on Tanzania's Response to the U.S. Black Power Movement"
4:30pm Did Daoist Scriptures come with a Price Tag? Pledge offerings for Daoist Scriptures in Early Medieval China
February 16, 2017
12:00pm "Quadratic Voting as a Research Tool" with Glen Weyl, Microsoft Research NYC
12:00pm Leitner Political Economy Seminar Series: "From Chatter to Action: How Social Networks Inform and Motivate in Rural Uganda”
12:10pm Human Rights Workshop
4:00pm Six Years on the Arab Revolts: learning the lessons, and contemplating the future
4:10pm "What Does a Progressive Prison System Look Like?"
4:30pm South Asia Brown Bag Series: Decelerating Time: The Politics and Cosmologies of Migrant Workers in Delhi
6:30pm CMES Cinema: Habibi
7:00pm CLAIS Spring Fillm Series Screening: Romeo y Romeo (Luis Caballero, dir.)
February 16, 2017 to February 18, 2017
2:00pm Humanitarian Intervention and the Responsibility to Protect (R2P)
February 17, 2017
9:00am Humanitarian Intervention and the Responsibility to Protect (R2P)
11:00am Agrarian Studies Hinterlands, Frontiers, Cities, and States: Transactions and Identities Colloquium: “Horsepower: A Southern Hemisphere Perspective on the Adoption of the Horse”
12:00pm CHESS Workshop: Kenneth Pomeranz, University of Chicago
12:30pm Yale Center for Historical Enquiry & the Social Sciences Workshop: "Rethinking Frontiers and Frontier Subjects: China’s West and Southwest after 1760"
February 19, 2017
6:00pm Career Conversation with Donna Horning
February 20, 2017
11:45am Order, Conflict, and Violence Speaker Series: Laws in Conflict: Legacies of War and State-­Building in Chechnya"
11:45am Order, Conflict, and Violence Speaker Series
12:00pm Religion & Politics Colloquium: "US-Iran Relations in the Trump Era"
4:00pm PLAY ANGKLUNG AT PEABODY2 - Free Drop-in Session
4:30pm Gail Holst-Warhaft, "The Fall of Athens"
February 21, 2017
12:00pm Behavioral Sciences Workshop with Gautam Rao, Harvard University
12:00pm Early Modern Empires Workshop: Colin Calloway, Dartmouth College - Room 202, Luce Hall
4:00pm PLAY ANGKLUNG AT PEABODY2 - Free Drop-in Session
4:00pm Russian Studies: “Trajectories of US-Russian Relations”
6:00pm There Is Something In The Air, 2011
February 22, 2017
12:00pm American Politics & Public Policy Workshop with Alexander Hertel-Fernandez, Columbia
12:00pm Transformations in the Relationships Between Identity and Cultural Performance in Singapore
12:00pm CMES Colloquium: Reading the Encyclopedia: Translating Shihab al-Din al-Nuwayri's "Ultimate Ambition in the Arts of Erudition"
12:00pm Social Innovation and Humanitarian Responses
4:15pm Political Theory Workshop: "A Self Moderating Democracy? Political Psychology and Constitutional Theory in Tocqueville’s Democracy in America”
4:30pm CAS Lecture Series: Dr. Florian Stoll: Socio-Cultural Diversity of the African Middle Class – Results from empirical research on middle-class milieus in Urban Kenya
5:00pm Shulman Lecture Series in Science and the Humanities: "Paths to the Evolution of Consciousness"
6:00pm Race and Slavery in the Atlantic World (RSAW) Working Group with Connor Williams
February 23, 2017
12:00pm Quantitative Research Methods Workshop with Winston Lin, Columbia
12:00pm Leitner Political Economy Seminar Series: "State Capacity and Economic Development under Capital Mobility: Evidence from China”
12:00pm Nightless Cities: Timing the Pleasure Quarters in Early Modern Japan
3:00pm Valorized at Last: The Pāṇḍavas as Pious Temple Renovators in the Medieval Śvetāmbara Jain Tradition
4:00pm Davenport Tea with Middle Eastern Scholar, Rashid Khalidi
4:30pm Colloquium Series: Indian Ocean Networks and Premodern Buddhist Technologies of Statecraft - Anne Blackburn
5:00pm Pink Perils: Anti-Gay Politics in 20th Century Europe Symposium
February 24, 2017 to February 25, 2017
(All day) New Directions in Environmental Law
February 24, 2017
11:00am Agrarian Studies Hinterlands, Frontiers, Cities, and States: Transactions and Identities Colloquium: “Beyond Methodological Terrestrialism: Rethinking Adriatic History through Water”
12:00pm Iran Colloquium: Roy Mottahedeh, Harvard University
5:00pm Dan Healey, Oxford University
5:00pm Workshop on Approaches to Studying LGBT History and Anti-Gay Politics in Eastern Europe and the Former Soviet Space
February 27, 2017
11:45am Order, Conflict, and Violence Speaker Series: "Gender and Civilian Agency in Communal War"
11:45am Yale School of Management R. Peter Straus Lecture Series: "South Africa at a Crossroads… Where to from here?: A Conversation with Donald Gips '89'"
11:45am Order, Conflict, and Violence Speaker Series
11:45am R. Peter Straus Lecture Series. A Conversation with Donald Gips '89, Former U.S. Ambassador to South Africa
12:00pm Council on East Asian Studies: "Normative Power Japan’: Aid, Rule of Law and Democracy"
12:00pm ‘Normative Power Japan’: Aid, Rule of Law and Democracy
4:30pm Yannis Grigoriadis, "Recent Developments and the Chance of Conflict Resolution in Cyprus"
February 28, 2017
6:10pm Human Rights Lawyering in China
6:15pm Schell Center for International Human Rights: "Human Rights Lawyering in China"