January 2019 News

January 29, 2019
Over the past 12 months, Native American politicians, artists and academics have made uncommon gains. Indeed, Native American women helped to make 2018 the Year of the Woman...
January 28, 2019
A graphic narration of how citizens shaped the Indian Constitution, based on lawyer and historian Rohit De’s seminal book on the subject 
January 24, 2019
In his recently published book, “Not Enough: Human Rights in an Unequal World,” legal historian Samuel Moyn explores how human rights connect to global economic fairness and...
January 18, 2019
Professor Denise Y. Ho speaks to James Evans of Harvard’s Fairbank Center for China Studies about her first book, Curating Revolution: Politics on Display in Mao’s China (...
January 14, 2019
Lamin Sanneh, who was born into poverty in a tiny river town in Gambia and became a world-renowned scholar of Christianity and Islam, providing key insights into how each...
January 14, 2019
Around the Yale campus, C. Vann Woodward’s name is often associated with the Report of the Committee on Freedom of Expression at Yale, which he chaired in 1974. A new...
January 10, 2019
Iran: A Modern History (Yale University Press, 2017), has been selected by the editor of History Today as no. 3 of the five best history books of 2018.