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Young man with sandy brown hair and large amber-framed glasses, waring a dark shirt and jacket, smiles broadly and poses in front of carved column in the exhibition corridor of Sterling Memorial. The small carved figure is of a crouched man reading a book, one page of which has the carved word "Joke."
June 13, 2022
For his Senior Exhibit Fellowship, Chucho Martinez Padres ‘23 will explore the methods of art historian George Kubler, PhD ‘40, scholar of Pre-Columbian America and Ibero-American Art.
Curator Gabby Colangelo stands in front of open display case in Exhibition Corridor. She wears a short-sleeve black top, wire-rim glasses and long rectangular earrings. Her brown curly hair is tied back. She has a tattoo of a Greek vase with flowers on her forearm and reaches into the case, looking at the camera.
June 6, 2022
For her exhibition, “We Are Everywhere: Lesbians in the Archive,” now on view in Sterling Memorial Library, student curator Gabrielle “Gabby” Colangelo ’22, began by asking questions.
woman and man seated facing each other in a conference interview setting with videographer recording nearby
April 21, 2022
An April 20 oral history interview with gospel music luminary Kurt Carr is a milestone in the ongoing evolution of a key music library collection to support Yale’s new interdisciplinary program in Music and the Black Church.
Film still of woman in purple print dress sitting on a couch, smiling at a man with in yellow T-shirt and overalls sitting next to her.
March 18, 2022
The Yale Film Archive has received a grant to preserve Losing Ground , the 1982 masterwork of the late Kathleen Collins, a pioneering Black writer and filmmaker whose work was largely unseen for decades after her death in 1988 at the age of 46.
Vintage black and white image of two policemen holding open the doors of prisoner transport vehicle while a woman in a light print dress  and dark beret steps out
February 15, 2022
The first Yale Library Book Talk will feature historian and Pulitzer Prize winner Debby Applegate, author of Madam: The Biography of Polly Adler, Icon of the Jazz Age debut on March 2 at 4:30 pm. Online and open to all.
Black man and children being  served at an ice cream stand under a sign reading "colored". A sign above another window reads "white" .
November 9, 2021
Yale University Library’s Beinecke Library has acquired a collection of more than 200 prints by renowned American photographer Gordon Parks. The prints constitute one of the largest collections of the photographer’s work available for study in an institution.
An older Apache woman and a young Apache girl sit in a field of yellow flowers
November 9, 2021
To mark Native American Heritage Month, the Yale Film Archive is recommending six documentary films, available to faculty, students, and staff through the library’s streaming video services.