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Three book covers: Fancy Bear is read on top and shows painting of blue bear in suit at bottom; American Anarchy shows white banner held by protesters; This Exquisite Loneliness is white cover with a small tangerine at lower left corner
January 8, 2024
This spring, Yale Book Talk authors discuss hacking in the digital age, anarchy in America, and the creative uses of loneliness.
Four book covers: "G-Man, J. Edgar Hoover and the Making of the American Century" by Beverly Gage with half photo of Hoover's face; Without Concealment, Without Compromise, with four old photos of black Civil War surgeons at bottom half; Thoreau's Axe, with a black snake on a grey background and white lettering; My Egypt Archive with nine piles of books in watercolor in a grid on yellow ground
September 6, 2023
A new season of Yale Library Book Talks presents authors discussing books about politics, history, cultural history, and biography.
Four book covers: from left to right, a white cover with black type reading The Other Side of Prospect; a beige cover with red type reading The War on Music; a grey cover with white type reading Hell Bent; a black cover with yellow type reading The Madman in the White House with a silhouetted photo of Woodrow Wilson's face and black hat
January 19, 2023
A new season of Yale Library Book Talks presents the latest fiction and nonfiction by four acclaimed authors: Leigh Bardugo, Nicholas Dawidoff, John Mauceri, and Patrick Weil.
Blue ground with white line drawing at left of front of Sterling Memorial Library. Also shown in white lettering at right are the words "Book Talk" with a line below them. Below the line are the words in light blue lettering "Yale University Library"
October 17, 2022
Meghan O’Rourke and R. F. Kuang present their new books in the next two sessions of the library’s Book Talk series