Working Groups

The Transnational History Working Group is a multidisciplinary workshop for historically –minded graduate students interested in topics that include multiple geographical and national settings. This group seeks to debate often unwieldy and nebulous (terms) of transnational history and bring together an array of students interested in multi- or international topics, broadly defined. Relevant students projects include global diasporas, border crossings, cross-cultural  encounters, and international institutions and spaces.

At our monthly meetings, graduate students present their work and ideas on transnational topics, and the group responds with questions, criticisms, advice and support.  Please see our schedule (coming soon).

For more information please contact: Allyson Brantley and Devin McGeehan Muchmore

The Yale Group for the Study of Native America (YGSNA) was formed in late 2003 to bring together the intellectual community at Yale working in the area of Native American Studies. In its current incarnation, the Yale Group for the Study of Native America hosts a series of workshops, visits to collections, and field trips to sites of interest to people working in Native American and Indigenous Studies who are based at Yale University.

For more information, please visit YGSNA Website