Yale Film Study Center
The Yale Film Study Center is home for a growing collection of film titles in various formats, as well as scripts, books and other reference material. Loans are made to faculty and students only.
The Film Analysis website was developed to meet the needs of faculty and students at Yale who are interested in becoming familiar with the vocabulary of film studies and the techniques of cinema.
Whitney Humanities Center
The Whitney Humanities Center was inaugurated in 1981 as an interdisciplinary institution built upon Yale’s longstanding commitment to the humanities, designed to enable and enhance research, thinking, and scholarly exchange in all fields of the humanities and throughout the University. The Center seeks to support and strengthen the activities of faculty and graduate students in the humanities and neighboring fields by creating a sense of intellectual community that transcends departmental boundaries and by fostering collegial dialogue, informed debate, and the pursuit of new fields of inquiry. The Center’s programs include symposia, lectures, faculty seminars, and working groups. Some of these bring distinguished visitors to the University; others are primarily designed for free and informal exchange of ideas among faculty and advanced graduate students on topics of more than disciplinary interest. At the cor of the Center is a set of Fellows, drawn from the several departments of the humanities, and from other fields.
Yale College Arts
The Yale College Arts website showcases a thriving arts community that offers hundreds of opportunities to study the arts and even more to create them. Yale students study alongside some of the world’s leading scholars and artists, and as they become scholars and artists themselves, they draw on the university’s substantial resources, among them its museum collections, performance and exhibition spaces, and faculty mentorship. Inside and beyond the classroom, the arts are an integral part of a Yale education.