Breaking the Veil Head
James Levinsohn
The Rosenkranz family poses with University representatives. Left to right: Ian Shapiro; Susan Stokes; Stephen Hessler (son-in-law); Nicholas Quinn Rosenkranz ’92, ’99 J.D. (son); Alexandra Munroe; Robert Rosenkranz; Stephanie Hessler (daughter); and Peter Salovey.
Democracy, Islam, and Women’s Rights in Morocco
SMA head
RosenKranz Building
Argentina voting montage
Gilder Lehrman Center Group of Workers
Ambassador Abderahman Salaheldin

Fall 2009

Breaking the Veil Head
The Council on Middle East Studies (CMES), part of the Whitney and Betty MacMillan Center for International and Area Studies at Yale, is proud to be the fall 2009 host of “Breaking the Veils: Women Artists from the Islamic World,” an international exhibition designed to challenge stereotypes and...
International Book Prizes Winners, Tina Lu & Thad Dunning
Thad Dunning, Associate Professor of Political Science, has been awarded the 2009 Gaddis Smith International Book Prize for best first book for Crude Democracy: Natural Resource Wealth and Political Regimes (Cambridge University Press, 2008). Tina Lu, Professor of Chinese Literature, has been...
James Levinsohn
Yale University President Richard C. Levin has named James Levinsohn to be the first director of the Jackson Institute for Global Affairs at the MacMillan Center, effective February 1, 2010. The Jackson Institute will offer courses and core teaching programs in international affairs, career...
Shapiro Italy Newsletter Director
As we approach the fifth year of our new identity as the MacMillan Center, the progress that has been accomplished is remarkable. We have seen a dramatic expansion in all areas of Yale’s effort to extend its global reach, including the volume of international courses offered, the number of...
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