Past Events

Video Journalist and Filmmaker
November 13, 2018
Capturing an Icon: The Making of "RBG"
November 13, 2018

The #MeToo Movement has spurred a national conversation about power differentials. That conversation is far from over. In fact, it gets more complicated every week. Where is it leading? How is it changing our landscape, political and otherwise?

Co-sponsored by the Women Faculty Forum

Cohost and EP of Showtime's The Circus, and National Correspondent for CBS News
November 13, 2018
College Tea with Alex Wagner
November 10, 2018
My Africa is Political: Navigating Democracy in Zimbabwe

Co-sponsored by Yale African Students Association

Pulitzer Prize-winning, Fashion Critic, Washington Post
November 8, 2018
A Conversation with Robin Givhan
Journalist and Director
November 8, 2018
Puerto Rico Before and After María: A Complete Change of Paradigm
Editor in Chief of Lawfare and Senior Fellow in Governance Studies at the Brookings Institution
November 8, 2018
The New Congress, the Mueller Investigation, and the President

Co-sponsored by the Yale Law National Security Group.

*THIS EVENT HAS BEEN CANCELED.

Climate Team Reporter, The New York Times
November 7, 2018
A Conversation about Climate and Energy Policy in an Era of Rapid Change

Co-hosted by Environmental Studies and Energy Studies

Editor-in-Chief of the German Middle East magazine Zenith
November 6, 2018
"The War of Narratives in Syria: Deciphering al-Asad's Regime"

A discussion with Daniel Gerlach, Middle East expert, editor in chief of Zenith Magazine and director general of the think-and-do-tank Candid Foundation in Berlin, together with Belabbès Benkredda and Frank Griffel.

Co-sponsored by The Council on Middle East Studies 

Asia Editor, Financial Times
November 2, 2018
China 2049 – New Era or New Threat: Conversation with Jamil Anderlini.

PANELISTS

Jamil Anderlini (Moderator)

Peter Salovey: President and Chris Argyris Professor of Psychology

Nuno Monteiro: Associate Professor of Political Science

Stephen Roach: Senior Fellow, Jackson Institute for Global Affairs

Jing Tsu: Professor of East Asian Languages and Literatures and of Comparative Literature

Aleh Tsyvinski: Arthur M. Okun Professor of Economics

Co-sponsored by the Cowles Foundation for Research in Economics