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Yale University Faculty speak on various disciplines within the humanities. This collection features a lecture by Harold Bloom, Eminent literary critic and author of "Shakespeare and the Invention of the Human," who reads and explains texts that best exemplify his view of the Bard’s achievements.

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Yale University Faculty speak on various disciplines within the humanities. This collection features a lecture by Harold Bloom, Eminent literary critic and author of "Shakespeare and the Invention of the Human," who reads and explains texts that best exemplify his view of the Bard’s achievements.

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    Harold Bloom on Shakespeare

    Harold Bloom on Shakespeare

    Eminent literary critic and author of "Shakespeare and the Invention of the Human," Harold Bloom, expounds on Yahweh, Hamlet, Cleopatra, Falstaff, being, and the great playwright himself in this culminating lecture of "Shakespeare at Yale," a term-long festival of the Bard.

    • 44분
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    JMEWS Distinguished Lecture: Mideast Piracy from a Gendered Perspective

    JMEWS Distinguished Lecture: Mideast Piracy from a Gendered Perspective

    2012 JMEWS Distinguished Lecturer Judith Tucker, of Georgetown University, delivers a lecture entitled "Women, Men, and Violence: Middle East Piracy from a Gendered Perspective."

    • 1 hrs 30분
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    Daw Aung San Suu Kyi: The Chubb Lecture 2012

    Daw Aung San Suu Kyi: The Chubb Lecture 2012

    Daw Aung San Suu Kyi of Burma, who won the Nobel Peace Prize in 1991 for her work promoting international human rights and democratic government, presented a public address at Yale on Thursday, Sept. 27. Her talk is sponsored by the Chubb Fellowship at Yale.

    • 1 hrs 8분
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    Gendering Rage: Protest, Cultural Productions, and the Making of New Men and Women in the Middle East

    Gendering Rage: Protest, Cultural Productions, and the Making of New Men and Women in the Middle East

    Distinguished Lecturer Nadje Al-Ali, from the School of Oriental and African Studies at the University of London, delivers the keynote speech for the Journal of Middle East Women's Studies 2013 Distinguished Lecture and Research Workshop, entitled "Gendering Rage: Protest, Cultural Productions, and the Making of New Men and Women in the Middle East".

    • 1 hrs 51분
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    Confronting Leviathan: The Roman Empire from Hobbes to Rostovtzeff

    Confronting Leviathan: The Roman Empire from Hobbes to Rostovtzeff

    The 5th annual Michael I Rostovtzeff lecture, followed by an all-day symposium, and incorporating a visit to the new Dura Europus Galleries at the YUAG.

    John Matthews, John M. Schiff Professor of Classics and History, came to Yale in 1996, having spent his earlier career at the University of Oxford, where he was University Professor of Late Roman History, and Fellow and Tutor at Queen's College. He was elected a Fellow of the British Academy in 1990 and is also a Fellow of the Royal Historical Society and of the London Society of Antiquaries. The main areas of his research have concerned the social and cultural roots of political life in the later Roman empire, and the making and diffusion of Roman law. His 2006 book, The Journey of Theophanes: Travel, Business and Daily Life in the Roman East, a translation and interpretation of a fourth-century papyrus archive, received the James Henry Breasted Prize of the American Historical Association, as the best book published in that year on any period of history before 1,000 CE. His most recent book is Roman Perspectives: Studies in the social, political and cultural history of the First to Fifth Centuries (2010), a collection of seventeen papers, of which six are previously published and others have been extensively revised. He is currently working on a study of the first century of the city of Constantinople, and on a general history of the Roman empire in two volumes, in which the second volume will present a complementary anthology of Greek and Latin texts in translation.

    • 1 hrs 15분
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    The Ghost of Patroklos and the Language of Achilles

    The Ghost of Patroklos and the Language of Achilles

    Joseph Russo, Audrey and John Dusseau Emeritus Professor of Humanities and Classics at Haveford College, delivers the first annual Adam and Anne Amory Parry lecture, entitled, "The Ghost of Patroklos and the Language of Achilles". This talk is sponsored by the Department of Classics and Comparative Literature.

    • 1 hrs 15분

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