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Yale University: The Cambodian Genocide Program

The Khmer Rouge revolution in Cambodia was one of the modern era's worst examples of state-sponsored violence and organized murder and repression. At least 1.7 million people lost their lives from unnatural causes in a four year period, 1975-79. Unlike other twentieth century genocides, the mass killings of Pol Pot's regime have been largely undocumented and unprosecuted for many years. The...

https://gsp.yale.edu/case-studies/cambodian-genocide-program
Open Yale Course: Epidemics in Western Society Since 1600

In his introductory lecture for this Open Yale Course, History professor Frank Snowden proposes a thesis: "Infectious diseases are too important to leave solely to the doctors." As the professor explains, while he does not expect students to share his thesis, this course offers an opportunity to explore the topic. Over the course of 26 video-recorded lectures (available via the sessions tab),...

https://oyc.yale.edu/history/hist-234
Neural Neighbors: Pictorial Tropes in the Meserve-Kunhardt Collection

The Yale Digital Humanities Lab presents Neural Neighbors, a project intended to enable users to "identify visual similarity at scale across collections of photographs and videos." Currently, the project uses a subset selected from the Beinecke Library's Meserve-Kunhardt Collection, which was assembled by Frederick Hill Meserve, who collected photographs between 1897 and his death in 1962. This...

https://dhlab.yale.edu/neural-neighbors/
Open Yale Courses: The American Revolution with Joanne B. Freeman

The Open Yale Courses YouTube series allow learners from around the world to access lectures from Yale University scholars about a wide variety of topics. This recording from 2011 is part of a history course at Yale University, taught by Professor and Historian Joanne B. Freeman. Professor Freeman presents a series of engaging lectures about the American Revolution. As Freeman stresses in her...

https://oyc.yale.edu/history/hist-116
YouTube: Math Mornings at Yale

Math Mornings is a Yale University lecture series "aimed at bringing the joy and variety of mathematics to students and their families." Fortunately for those of us who can't travel to New Haven to attend these stimulating lectures, they are also available on YouTube. Featuring Yale faculty and visiting scholars alike, these hour-long lectures are designed to share mathematics concepts and...

https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLqHnHG5X2PXBVZsf_rvAw...
Open Yale Courses: Philosophy and the Science of Human Nature

Open Yale Courses provides a unique opportunity for members of the general public to experience a stimulating classroom environment and learn about a diverse number of issues without stepping foot on the New Haven campus. Philosophy and the Science of Human Nature is one such course that allows interested readers to engage in the thought-provoking subfield of Philosophy, the Philosophy of Science....

https://oyc.yale.edu/philosophy/phil-181
Open Yale Courses: The Civil War and Reconstruction Era, 1845-1877

This course, taught by Professor of American History and Director of the Gilder Lehrman Center for the Study of Slavery, Resistance, and Abolition at Yale University, traces the American Civil War from its antecedents in the 1840s to its effects in the late 1870s. Taking into account national, sectional, racial, constitutional, individual, social, intellectual, and moral meanings that the war has...

https://oyc.yale.edu/history/hist-119
Photogrammar

Between 1935 and 1945 the United States Farm Security Administration and Office of War Information (FSA-OWI) sponsored the creation of approximately 170,000 photographs, including those of such famed artists as Walker Evans and Dorothea Lange. This site, sponsored by the National Endowment for the Humanities and hosted by Yale University, allows readers to organize, search, and visualize the...

https://dsl.richmond.edu/
Yale College Writing Center

The Yale College Writing Center "supports writers and writing teachers through the resources on this website" and consequently support an audience far beyond New Haven. First-time visitors should look at the Advice for Students to get started. Here, they will find areas that include "What Good Writers Know" and "Model Papers from the Disciplines.” The first area contains short and succinct advice...

https://poorvucenter.yale.edu/Undergraduates
Open Yale Courses

The Open Yale Courses website provides entry to a wealth of materials from selected Yale College courses to anyone with a penchant for learning. The courses here span the full range of liberal arts disciplines, including humanities, social sciences, and physical and biological sciences. Interested parties can click on over to the Courses area. Currently there are over two dozen courses here,...

https://oyc.yale.edu/
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