1 edition of Yale University Symposium on intellectual backgrounds of artistic evolution in Latin America found in the catalog.
Yale University Symposium on intellectual backgrounds of artistic evolution in Latin America
|Other titles||Art of Latin America since Independence|
|Contributions||Yale University., Inter-American Symposium on Intellectual Backgrounds of Artistic Evolution in Latin America, 1800-1965 (1966 : New Haven, Conn.)|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||1 v. ;|
From H-ArtHist: Fourteenth Annual Yale University American Art Graduate Symposium, [Un]making Empires Yale University, New Haven, 7 April Proposals due by 26 January The history and experience of immigration, colonization, and nation-building in the Americas have contributed to a complex artistic legacy. From Incan quero vessels to Kara . Photo Gallery Home > Galleries > Photo Gallery YGSNA Members Andrew Epstein, Holly Guise, and Ned Blackhawk with Brian Deer in front of Kahnawake Survival School.
Colleagues, I’m delighted to have the opportunity to address this symposium today on the creation of Yale-NUS College. Those of you who know me may be aware that I am working on a magnum opus, The History of Yale-NUS College, tentatively scheduled for publication at the 25 th reunion of our first graduating class in May, That work, which is already starting to resemble the . Henry Koerner Center at Yale Elm Street, 2 nd floor P.O. Box New Haven, CT [email protected] () For a map and directions, click here.
The Modernism Lab, a virtual space dedicated to collaborative research into the roots of literary modernism, was compiled from to Through this project, we hoped, by a process of shared investigation, to describe the emergence of modernism out of a background of social, political, and existential ferment. On June , Yale University hosted the African Literature Association (ALA) Annual Conference. There was considerable excitement, both within Yale and in the wider New Haven community, at the prospect of hosting such a significant event in the context of Yale’s commitment to African arts and humanities scholarship.
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The Council on Latin American and Iberian Studies (CLAIS) at The MacMillan Center seeks to enhance the understanding of Latin America, Spain and Portugal.
The Council draws on the strengths of Yale’s pioneering departments of History, Political Science, Anthropology, and Spanish and Portuguese, among others, to offer a broad array of courses.
Howard J. Wiarda is Leonard Horwitz Professor of Iberian and Latin American Studies, professor of political science, and professor of comparative labor relations at the University of Massachusetts, Amherst. He is also senior associate at the Center for Strategic and International Studies in Washington, D.C.
He has written widely on Latin America, Europe. "Yale remains the premier American publisher of art books: this volume contains excellent illustrations, most in color. Moreover, as the catalogue to an exhibition of Latin American art opened in at the Hayworth Gallery in London before traveling through Europe, this book epitomizes the recent trend wherein museum catalogues comprise major monographs.
Studying Latin and Greek Those of y ou who have never taken Greek or Latin before and would like to start from the very beginning, you are ready to go. You need only register for one of the sections of Introductory Greek (Greek ) or Latin (Latin ).
The Classics Department at Yale has been a leading center for teaching and research into the cultures and societies of the ancient Mediterranean World for over a hundred years. In addition to the study of the ancient Mediterranean in all its aspects, we also study the complex afterlives of the cultures of ancient Greece and Rome and the ways in.
The major in Latin American Studies is designed to further understanding of the cultures of Latin America and to view those cultures from regional and global perspectives.
The major builds on a foundation of language and literature, history, and the social sciences; its faculty is drawn from many departments of the University.
Yale University Press, New Haven. - Corpus of Maya Hieroglyphic Inscriptions Vol Part 1: Cotzumalhuapa. Peabody Museum of Archaeology and Ethnology, Harvard University, Cambridge. Peer-reviewed articles. - Imágenes sexuales en el Popol Vuh. Anales de Antropología Yale University Divinity Library Guide to Special Collections.
The Yale Divinity Library has an impressive collection of religious works concerning Latin America. In addition to a fine selection of books and serials, there are important holdings of materials on Protestant mission activities.
Understanding Latin America’s New Political Paradigm In Latin America along with Europe and the United States, political parties that lean right are strengthening. Since the s, social and political change is shown to be derived from cycles of “economic malaise,” writes Ernesto Talvi for the Brookings Institution.
Welcome to library resources selected especially for students in the Dept. of Spanish and Portuguese. Click on the tabs at the top to take you to the best resouces for Ibero-American literature and related : Jana Krentz.
Sterling Memorial Library at Yale University will exhibit visually dazzling and intellectually challenging books by 16 contemporary Latin American artists, from September 14 through November The exhibition, titled “Poetics, Politics, and Song: Contemporary Latin American/Latino(a) Artists’ Books,” will feature about 30 limited-edition works dating from the.
The Oliveira Lima Library, one of the finest collections of Luso-Brazilian materials, is available digitally through this database. Spanning the 19th century, this collection turns the spotlight on Latin America’s largest and most influential power, covering topics such as colonialism, the Brazilian independence period, slavery and abolition, the Catholic Church, indigenous peoples Author: Jana Krentz.
Courses in this area are grouped as follows. Comparative Studies: The exploration of non-Christian traditions with special emphasis on comparative religious questions. Philosophy of Religion: The study of conceptual issues that bear upon method in theology and ethics, the philosophical clarification of religious concepts and categories, and the examination of.
Languages: Spanish, Portuguese, French, French Creole, Nahuatl, Guarani, Quechua, Quichua, Catalan, Gallego Countries: Latin America and the Spanish-speaking. Recent Conferences YGSNA and the Rothermere American Institute's first conference: "Transnational Futures in Indigenous Histories" at Oxford Convened by Pekka Hämäläinen, Professor of American History, Oxford University, and Ned Blackhawk, Professor of American History & American Studies, Yale University.
Guide to Latin American Pamphlets from the Yale University Library (Yale University Library. N.Y.: Clearwater, 7 vols.) SML / Z +V34 (LC) Subject catalog of pamphlets, includes 6, pamphlets on México, 2, on Perú, and 1, on Central and South America. Lisa R. Brody. Lisa R. Brody, Associate Curator of Ancient Art, received her B.A.
from Yale and her PH.D. from the Institute of Fine Arts at New York has excavated around the Mediterranean and on Yale’s campus, and her publications include Aphrodisias III: The Aphrodite of she cocurated Dura-Europos: Crossroads of Antiquity, which was on. Medieval European Art and Architecture.
@ Phone: Loria RoomYork St, New Haven, CT Subhashini Kaligotla. Indian and South Asian Art and Architecture. [email protected] Phone: Loria RoomYork Street, New Haven, CT Ancient Roman Art and Architecture. The Addison Gallery of American Art at Phillips Academy, Andover, the Yale University Art Gallery, and Yale’s Beinecke Rare Book & Manuscript Library have acquired the Lucien Aigner Collection, an extraordinary archive of photographs, negatives, recordings, film, books, magazine clippings, letters, and journalistic writings.
A pioneer of s photojournalism, Lucien Aigner. These are nativity scenes from illuminated prayer books dating from the late 15th to early 16th century. Randomly chosen, these miniature paintings represent a tiny portion of the collection of illustrated books from the late Middle Ages to be found.
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The Workshop in African Intellectual History opened on March 31 with Daniel Magaziner’s (Yale University) reflection on what historians can offer “to moments of great restiveness,” such as the present, where students across university campuses are looking to ideas help challenge institutionalized racism around them.
“We have time,” Magaziner .An initiative supported by the Humanities/Humanity Program of the Whitney Humanities Center, this collaborative research project seeks to enlarge the received idea of Classical Antiquity by exploring the local, national, and regional traditions of engaging with Greek and Roman classical texts in Latin America, from the colonial era to the present day.