A 1972 architect's rendering of Yale's campus.

The Yale University Archives, in collaboration with the Yale Alumni Association, are pleased to announce a pair of lectures for the fall semester on the exhibit, “We thought of ourselves as architects”: Coeducation at the Yale Campus, 1968-1973. 

Hosted by co-curators Michael Lotstein, university archivist, and Charlotte Keathley, Class of 2022 (Ezra Stiles College), the lectures will delve into the history of coeducation in Yale College through the lens of the buildings and physical spaces of the Yale campus, which were an integral part of this important period in Yale history. 

The lectures will be offered on Zoom and scheduled for Thursday, October 14, from 6:30 to 7:30 p.m., and Wednesday, November 17, from 6:30 to 7:30 p.m. RSVPs are not required to attend. 

Please send any questions to the University Archives at archives@yale.edu. Links and further information coming soon!


Image above is a 1972 architect’s rendering of the Yale campus with the proposed new residential colleges (in the foreground of the image). Learn more at the archives repository.


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