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Mondays at Beinecke: Revisiting the 1831 Black College Proposal with Michael Morand, Tubyez Cropper, and David Jon Walker

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A discussion of how to raise awareness in the present of an essential story from history related to something that did not come to pass: the proposal to establish, in New Haven, the nation’s first college for Black men – and to think about what could have been and what should be.

Pop-Up Exhibit: Rare Books on Quantum and Science

On close display will be a selection of rare science books and manuscripts from 1511 into the 20th century from the collections of the Beinecke Rare Book and Manuscript Library. Featured authors include Galileo, Isaac Newton, Josiah Gibbs, Albert Einstein, Werner Heisenberg, Max Planck, and Neils Bohr.

Curated by Andy Shimp, librarian for Engineering and Applied Science, Chemistry, and Mathematics

MENA @ Beinecke Pop-Up Exhibit

During the Middle East and North Africa (MENA) Roots and Heritage Weeks, immerse yourself in an exclusive pop-up exhibit at the Beinecke Rare Book and Manuscript Library, showcasing artifacts tracing back to the MENA region. Gain insights into the collection’s rich history through a captivating talk led by Roberta L. Dougherty, librarian for Middle East Studies.

Yale College New Music presents Collaborations I

Yale College New Music presents Collaborations I. Our concert features new works for violin, cello, voice, percussion + vibraphone, and cell phones, digital metronomes, and wine glasses written by our Yale College composers: Tommaso Bailo, Rory Bricca, John Brockett, Willa Hawthorne, Nathan Moran, Tai O’Malley, John Raskopf, Noah Stein, Adam Winograd, Andy Wong, and Miles Zaud.

Our guest performers are Keeley Brooks and Meili Gupta, violin, Yiftach Bick, cello, John Raskpof, voice, Makana Medeiros, percussion, and composers on cell phones, with metronomes and wine glasses.

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