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NEW HAVEN — MANY people think of the Civil War and America’s Indian wars as distinct subjects, one following the other. But those who study the Sand Creek Massacre know...
According to an immigration judge in the United States, “Domestic violence is private in nature and is not the type of politically motivated harm entitled to international...
We live in a country where race is a dichotomy and people are literally separated into categories of black and white – but human identities are not that simple. When...
YaleNews invited two faculty members whose research focuses on issues of migration — Alicia Schmidt Camacho and Margaret Peters — to comment on President Barack Obama’s...
YGSNA faculty coordinator, Ned Blackhawk (History and American Studies), delivered a keynote address at the annual gathering of the International Association of Genocide...
The Program in Ethnicity, Race, and Migration congratulates the stellar members of the class of 2014: Katherine Aragón, Lucia Arthur-Paratley, Kendra Dawsey, Marios Falaris,...
A year and a half after Yale returned the last of hundreds of Machu Picchu artifacts to Peru, the Yale Peabody Museum faces a new charge of cultural theft—this time about two...