Yale’s Beinecke Library marks the centennial of when 10,000 people marched silently through New York City, one of the earliest African American civil rights demonstrations.
Yale University’s Beinecke Library is displaying Langston Hughes’s collection of rent party cards, which advertised fundraising gatherings in an era of discriminatory Harlem rent.
Gather Out of Star-Dust at Yale University’s Beinecke Library is a building-wide exhibition of over 300 rare artifacts from the Harlem Renaissance.
The university is marking 75 years of its James Weldon Johnson Collection, which celebrates the man and his immense legacy.
Yale University released a book that recreates through photographs the enigmatic medieval Voynich Manuscript in its full form.
You might call Henricus Martellus’s 1491 world map — which many believe Christopher Columbus consulted before setting out on his voyage — a symbol of the limits of human knowledge.