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Black and white image of man in profile with dark glasses looks out panes of gridded concrete window
October 11, 2023
The Yale Film Archive receives grant to preserve Shades , a 1960 fictional short about inmate rehabilitation.
Two painted tarot cards, each showing a figure on a white horse, with backgrounds in gold geometric patterns
October 4, 2023
Yale Library and ICPH conservation scientists work to decipher the secrets of a 15th-century tarot deck held at Beinecke Library.
Black man with short grey hair and wireless round glasses blows into brass wind instrument in front of music stand with silver microphone in upper right overhead.
September 7, 2023
Library partnership with Tri-Centric Foundation ensures worldwide access to hundreds of digitized recordings made by composer-musician Anthony Braxton.
Woman with long reddish hair and glasses sits across from man with short dark hair and black and white striped top. Table between them has papers and a tape recorder on surface.
September 6, 2023
In the past year, online visitors have streamed the library’s OHAM materials at the rate of approximately1,500 streams each month.
Woman with shoulder-length brown hair wearing sleeveless red blouse secured with pearl straight pin and black skirt. Her hands are folded in front of her hips. She wears a black watch on her left wrist and silver bracelet on her right. Grass and a stone walkway and building are visible in back.
August 17, 2023
Barbara Rockenbach, Stephen F. Gates ’68 University Librarian, shares her vision in an interview with ELI magazine.
Ten standing people in dress clothing (8 men, 2 women) pose before blue background that displays type "For Humanity Illuminated"
August 17, 2023
Yale Library joined the international “For Humanity Illuminated” conference to celebrate the university’s cultural heritage collections.
Black computer screen with green diagrams and green lettering that reads "From DOS to Qiskit Model Research Collection"
August 8, 2023
Dr. Florian Carle, manager of the Yale Quantum Institute, traces how quantum theory has advanced—and continues to advance—the ways in which humans process information.