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Yale



  • It isn't Just the Taliban that Ousted Americans from Asia: The End of Yale-NUS

    by Jim Sleeper

    "A deeper reason for Singapore’s expulsion of Yale is the same one that’s been given to justify America’s expulsion from Afghanistan: For all its glitter and wealth-generating capacity, American liberal capitalism has been undermining itself with manic speed, along with the civic-republican institutions, beliefs, and liberal education that have given the system its legitimacy."



  • Is Art History Becoming Too Woke?

    by Bendor Grosvenor

    After Yale made the decision to pull its course "Introduction to the History of Art: Renaissance to the Present," historian Bendor Grosvenor takes a look at the influence of political correctness on art history. 



  • History is Often Closer Than We Think

    by Wayne Willis

    “Isn’t it interesting that you are talking to a man, who talked to a man who was exactly your age, only 110 years ago?"



  • Yale takes note of its special role in World War I

    At a ceremony historian Paul Kennedy noted that a grand total of roughly 9,500 Yale graduates and students served in the war, including in the Red Cross, YMCA, and other non-governmental bodies.