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Will you be our Valentine?
Join us as library staff and friends will share some lively selections of love letters and valentines from the collections for you.
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“Points of Contact, Points of View: Asking Questions in Yale Library Special Collections” is the inaugural exhibition in the Hanke Exhibition Gallery, the gift of Lynn Hanke, a member of the University Library Council, and her husband, Robert Hanke ’60B.A. The gallery is located in the ground floor Sterling Memorial Library, 120 High Street.
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In conjunction with the exhibition, Brava! Women Make American Theater. Sheehy is Professor in the Practice of Dramaturgy and Dramatic Criticism, and Chair, Dramaturgy and Dramatic Criticism Program at David Geffen School of Drama; Yale Repertory Theatre Resident Dramaturg and Senior Associate Editor, School of Drama Alumni Magazine; more: https://www.drama.yale.edu/bios/catherine-sheehy-2/
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A presentation about Georgia Doulgas Johnson, an important American poet, playwright, and member of the Harlem Renaissance, in conjunction with the Beinecke Library exhibition, BRAVA! Women Make American Theater.
Kassidi Jones is a doctoral student in English and African American Studies at Yale.
Her presentation, beginning at 4:00 pm, will be followed by conversation and q&a from about 4:30 pm to 5:00 pm.
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A presentation about Beinecke Library’s new exhibition, BRAVA! Women Make American Theater, with its organizer, Melissa Barton, curator of drama and prose for the Yale Collection of American Literature.
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Co-sponsored by Yale’s Gilder Lehrman Center for the Study of Slavery, Resistance, and Abolition at the Whitney and Betty MacMillan Center for International and Area Studies
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Join us for a special gallery talk online featuring holiday-related items from the Langston Hughes papers, shared by Tubyez Cropper of the Beinecke Library and Professor Willie Jennigns of the Yale Divinity School. Highlights will include holiday cards, letters, lists, and columns from the collections.