Events Calendar

  • Saturday 3/30/19

    • Mar 30
      9:00AM – 9:00PM
      The Anlyan Center, 300 Cedar Street, New Haven, CT
      Add to Calendar 2019-03-30T13:00:00 2019-03-31T01:00:00 'US/Eastern' Q-Med: Building LGBTQI+ Leaders in Health Care The Anlyan Center, 300 Cedar Street, New Haven, CT — 300 Cedar Street
  • Sunday 3/31/19

    • Mar 14, 7:15PM – Apr 11, 8:45PM
      University of San Diego’s Kroc Institute for Peace & Justice
      Add to Calendar 2019-03-14T23:15:00 2019-04-12T00:45:00 'US/Eastern' Yale Alumni College: San Diego History and Architecture, 1850-1940

      This course looks at the way San Diegans adopted and transformed European artistic and architectural forms to create what boosters described as “a new Eden.”

      University of San Diego’s Kroc Institute for Peace & Justice — 5998 Alcala Park
  • Monday 4/1/19

    • Mar 14, 7:15PM – Apr 11, 8:45PM
      University of San Diego’s Kroc Institute for Peace & Justice
      Add to Calendar 2019-03-14T23:15:00 2019-04-12T00:45:00 'US/Eastern' Yale Alumni College: San Diego History and Architecture, 1850-1940

      This course looks at the way San Diegans adopted and transformed European artistic and architectural forms to create what boosters described as “a new Eden.”

      University of San Diego’s Kroc Institute for Peace & Justice — 5998 Alcala Park
  • Tuesday 4/2/19

    • Mar 14, 7:15PM – Apr 11, 8:45PM
      University of San Diego’s Kroc Institute for Peace & Justice
      Add to Calendar 2019-03-14T23:15:00 2019-04-12T00:45:00 'US/Eastern' Yale Alumni College: San Diego History and Architecture, 1850-1940

      This course looks at the way San Diegans adopted and transformed European artistic and architectural forms to create what boosters described as “a new Eden.”

      University of San Diego’s Kroc Institute for Peace & Justice — 5998 Alcala Park
    • Apr 2, 5:30PM – May 7, 7:00PM
      New Haven, CT
      Add to Calendar 2019-04-02T21:30:00 2019-05-07T23:00:00 'US/Eastern' Yale Alumni College: British Cinema

      This is a survey of British film and leading directors from Alfred Hitchcock in the late 1930s to Mike Leigh in the present, with an emphasis on historical and social contexts. Participants are asked to view each week's films in advance however they can. The films will be on reserve at the Film Study Center, 53 Wall Street, from Monday of the previous week. Class time will be devoted to discussion of clips from them.

      Syllabus

      • April 2:  The Lady Vanishes; Brief Encounter
      • April 9:  Odd Man Out; The Fallen Idol
      • April 16:  The Third Man; The Man in the White Suit
      • April 23:  I Know Where I'm Going; The Red Shoes
      • April 30:  The Loneliness of the Long-Distance Runner; Distant Voices, Still Lives
      • May 7:  Vera Drake; Happy-Go-Lucky
  • Wednesday 4/3/19

    • Mar 14, 7:15PM – Apr 11, 8:45PM
      University of San Diego’s Kroc Institute for Peace & Justice
      Add to Calendar 2019-03-14T23:15:00 2019-04-12T00:45:00 'US/Eastern' Yale Alumni College: San Diego History and Architecture, 1850-1940

      This course looks at the way San Diegans adopted and transformed European artistic and architectural forms to create what boosters described as “a new Eden.”

      University of San Diego’s Kroc Institute for Peace & Justice — 5998 Alcala Park
    • Apr 3, 7:00PM – May 6, 8:30PM
      Chicago, IL
      Add to Calendar 2019-04-03T23:00:00 2019-05-07T00:30:00 'US/Eastern' Yale Alumni College: Speaking Truth to Power: Working for Social Justice in Contemporary Latin American Film

      Film is a powerful tool for raising awareness and working for social justice. Through weekly readings and lively discussions, Yale alumni will gather to share their life experiences and stories while reflecting on how contemporary films from Latin America challenge the status quo by speaking truth to power. We aim to gain a deeper understanding and appreciation of the diversity of contemporary Latin American culture. The films will provide social, historical and ideological frameworks to study the changes that are taking place across Latin America while also reflecting on the U.S. role in the region. During class discussions, we will pay particular attention to questions of intersectionality or how issues of ethnicity, race, class, gender, language, religion, and sexual orientation come together. Students will become acquainted with the work of key filmmakers and will able to recognize several of the aesthetic and narrative practices in their representative films.

  • Thursday 4/4/19

    • Mar 14, 7:15PM – Apr 11, 8:45PM
      University of San Diego’s Kroc Institute for Peace & Justice
      Add to Calendar 2019-03-14T23:15:00 2019-04-12T00:45:00 'US/Eastern' Yale Alumni College: San Diego History and Architecture, 1850-1940

      This course looks at the way San Diegans adopted and transformed European artistic and architectural forms to create what boosters described as “a new Eden.”

      University of San Diego’s Kroc Institute for Peace & Justice — 5998 Alcala Park
  • Friday 4/5/19

    • Mar 14, 7:15PM – Apr 11, 8:45PM
      University of San Diego’s Kroc Institute for Peace & Justice
      Add to Calendar 2019-03-14T23:15:00 2019-04-12T00:45:00 'US/Eastern' Yale Alumni College: San Diego History and Architecture, 1850-1940

      This course looks at the way San Diegans adopted and transformed European artistic and architectural forms to create what boosters described as “a new Eden.”

      University of San Diego’s Kroc Institute for Peace & Justice — 5998 Alcala Park