The full schedule for the Women’s Mental Health Conference at Yale can be found at this link: https://medicine.yale.edu/psychiatry/womensmentalhealth/
Co-sponsored by The Women’s Mental Health Conference at Yale
Co-sponsored by The Yale Center for the Study of Race, Indigeneity, and Transnational Migration (RITM) and Ezra Stiles College
Wesley Morris, Critic-at-Large, The New York Times
Ava Kofman, Technology Reporter, ProPublica
Yuki Noguch, National Desk Correspondent, NPR
Sarah Stillman, Staff Writer, The New Yorker
Co-sponsored by Creative Writing Program, Department of English, and the Paul Block Journalism Program.
Chewing the Fat is the Yale Sustainable Food Program’s long-standing speaker series. All events are free and open to the public. This event is also hosted in collaboration with the Poynter Fellowship in Journalism, the Asian American Cultural Center at Yale and Yale Center for the Study of Race, Indigeneity, and Transnational Migration.
Chewing the Fat is the Yale Sustainable Food Program’s long-standing speaker series. All events are free and open to the public. This event is hosted in collaboration with the Poynter Fellowship in Journalism, and the Yale Program in the History of Science & Medicine.
Forbidden to Wander chronicles the experiences of a 25-year-old Arab American woman traveling on her own in the occupied territories of the West Bank and Gaza Strip during the summer of 2002. The film is a reflection on the complexity of Palestinian existence and the torturously disturbing “ordinariness” of living under constant curfew. The film’s title reflects this, as the Arabic words used to describe the imposed curfew “mane’ tajawwul” literally translate as “forbidden to wander”. The video is also the journey of personal discovery for the filmmaker, the wanderer who falls in love with a Palestinian man in Gaza.
Co-sponsored by The Council on Latin American & Iberian Studies