Yale Bulletin
and Calendar

November 9-16, 1998Volume 27, Number 12

New center for the study of slavery and abolition to mark dedication with 'Amistad'-related events
The Gilder Lehrman Center for the Study of Slavery, Resistance and Abolition -- part of the Yale Center for International and Area Studies -- will be dedicated with a series of events Sunday and Monday, Nov. 15 and 16

Acclaimed dramatist Arthur Miller
to speak about his work
Arthur Miller, who has been called one of the greatest American dramatists of the 20th century, will speak on campus Wednesday, Nov. 18, as a guest of the Maynard Mack Lectureship.

Exhibition reveals the beauty
and science of 'Fossil Art'
Long before the dinosaurs ruled Earth, the planet was populated by tiny, wriggling creatures that left behind traces of their passage in the form of elaborate swirls and other patterns permanently preserved in stone.

Senior has seen the world (and may help change it) thanks to scholarships
Like many of her college peers, Yale senior Cindy Huang dreams of helping to change the world.

University fellowships are awarded to 21 junior
faculty members

Yale changes letterhead to recycled paper

Berkeley Divinity Dean installed

'The Fermented Fermata' features music inspired by the apocalypse

Contemporary Italian poetry will be subject of three-day campus symposium

Panel on investing in life sciences companies opens 'Bio-Haven '99' series

Visiting scholar to discuss Yale Art Gallery's works by Russian abstract artist Kakabadzé

Campus Notes

"Z (The Speared Fish)," the 1925 sculpture by David Nestorovitch Kakabadzem, who will be the subject of a talk at the Yale University Art Gallery on November 10. READ STORY