As students protested outside, Israeli ambassador Michael Oren discussed the threat of Iran’s nuclear program, settlements in the West Bank, and his country’s standing abroad.
Yale professor Elisabeth Wood traced the utilization of sexual violence in the world’s most war-torn regions.
Professor David Strauss of the Law School reviews the past year’s civil liberties cases.
Legal scholar and feminist Catharine MacKinnon discussed misconceptions surrounding female prostitution and delivered a public lecture at the Law School on Monday afternoon.
750 feet of copper wire were stolen from the construction site of the David and Reva Logan Center for the Arts last week.
Professor of Italian Literature Armando Maggi gave a lecture on fairytales and our dissatisfaction with them in the modern era, calling for a “new mythologization of reality.”
Professor Ted Cohen discussed the relationship between metaphor and ambiguity, emphasizing the capacity of each to breach rules of language.
Poet Allen Fisher discussed the work of his English contemporaries and examined the role of the self in poetry in a Friday night lecture in the Social Sciences Tea Room.