Past Events

U.S. Economics Editor, The Economist
September 19, 2019
War Correspondence: Covering the Trump Administration's Trade Policy

Co-sponsored by the Department of Economics

Contributing Writer, New York Times Magazine
September 19, 2019
The Years that Matter Most: how college makes or breaks us

Co-sponsored by Education Studies and The Poorvu Center for Teaching and Learning 

Chief National Security Correspondent, CNN
September 17, 2019
Resolved: Russia Must Be Contained - The Yale Political Union debates Jim Sciutto
June 7, 2019 to June 9, 2019
NHdocs Honors Filmmaker Michael Moore

Please visit http://www.nhdocs.com/ for the full schedule of events. 

Admission is free and open to the public. 

May 15, 2019
Documentary Screening

Panelists:
Randy Vasquez (Director) and Jonathan Skurnik (Producer) in conversation with Walter Littlemoon, Jane Ridgway and Steanie Gillson, M.D.

Screening followed by a panel discussion and reception.

Co-sponsored by the Yale School of Medicine; Office of Diversity, Inclusion, Community Engagement and Equity; The Consultation Center; Yale Program for Recovery and Community Health; Connecticut Mental Health Center and the Connecticut Mental Health Center Foundation; Yale Department of Psychiatry; Yale Department of Internal Medicine; Yale University Women Faculty Forum; Yale Center for the Study of Race, Indigeneity, and Transnational Migration; and the Native American Cultural Center.

CEO, Axios
April 26, 2019
The Politic Presents: Jim VandeHei, Axios and Politico Co-Founder

Co-sponsored by The Yale Politic

Senior Lecturer in Audiovisual Journalism, University of Melbourne
April 23, 2019
Tiananmen at Thirty; Memory as an Act of Resistance in the People's Republic of Amnesia

Thirty years after the brutal crackdown, the Tiananmen anniversary has become more – rather than less – politically sensitive as time has passed. Every year, the authorities use a range of tactics to suppress both the anniversary commemorations and journalistic reporting on them. In this talk, Louisa Lim examines the ways in which the legacy of Tiananmen has been excised from the collective and institutional memory in today’s China, as well as looking at the cost of memory and the role that foreign correspondents play in shaping memories of June Fourth outside China.

Co-sponsored by the Council on East Asian Studies

Writer
April 23, 2019
The Power of Meaning in Life and Work; Moderated by Michael Sernyak, MD, Professor of Psychiatry, and CEO of CMHC
Editor in Chief of Lawfare and Senior Fellow in Governance Studies at the Brookings Institution
April 16, 2019
What Comes Next? The Close of the Mueller Investigation and the President
Law Enforcement Analyst for CNN and Deputy Mayor of Rochester, NY
April 13, 2019
TEDxYale 2019: Leap of Faith

Co-sponsored by TEDxYale

For a full schedule of events, please visit TEDxYale:  https://www.tedxyale.org/from-the-curators