Janice Carlisle
May 10, 2019
Janice Carlisle was presented with the William Clyde DeVane Medal for outstanding scholarship and undergraduate teaching by the Phi Beta Kappa Society at their annual dinner...
Jill Campbell
May 9, 2019
Jill Campbell was awarded the Sidonie Miskimin Clauss ’75 Prize for teaching excellence in the humanities at a ceremony held May 8 at the Poorvu Center for Teaching and...
Jonathan Kramnick with dog
April 30, 2019
Professor’s curiosity sparks literary course on animal life and consciousness It was with the proverbial curiosity of a cat that Yale professor Jonathan Kramnick designed his...
Donald Margulies
April 18, 2019
Nine Yale faculty members were among more than 200 individuals elected as members of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences, which celebrates compelling achievements in...
John Durham Peters
April 11, 2019
Peters is a media historian and theorist whose research focuses on the question of what it means to live in a world saturated by new and old technologies of communication....
Susan Choi
April 2, 2019
Susan Choi’s Novel Takes High-School Drama Seriously In “Trust Exercise,” the characters reckon with their pasts through fiction—on the page and on the stage. By Joanna Biggs
Pericles Lewis
March 8, 2019
Pericles Lewis, professor in Comparative Literature, vice president for global strategy, and deputy provost for international affairs, has been newly named as the Douglas...