Distinguish faulty discuss Free Speech at Yale and Beyond during a reunion weekend panel.

Free Speech at Yale and Beyond

The Buckley Institute is excited to invite alumni for an all-star faculty panel during reunion weekend on “Free Speech at Yale and Beyond"

Date & Time
May 25, 2024, 9:00 am
The Study
1157 Chapel St,
New Haven, CT
On Saturday, May 25, 2024, the Buckley Institute is excited to invite alumni for a reunion weekend panel on “Free Speech at Yale and Beyond” at The Study (1157 Chapel St, New Haven, CT). The event, featuring three distinguished faculty, will begin with breakfast at 8:30am, followed by the panel at 9am.

The Buckley institute is excited to welcome Professor Noël Valis, Professor David Bromwich, and Dr. Sally Satel to share their thoughts as part of the panel.

Email Isabelle Hargrove at Isabelle@BuckleyInstitute.com or call her at 203-745-1316 to register.

Sally Satel, M.D., a practicing psychiatrist and lecturer at the Yale University School of Medicine, examines mental health policy as well as political trends in medicine. Her publications include PC, M.D.: How Political Correctness Is Corrupting Medicine (Basic Books, 2001); The Health Disparities Myth (AEI Press, 2006); When Altruism Isn’t Enough: The Case for Compensating Organ Donors (AEI Press, 2009); and One Nation under Therapy (St. Martin’s Press, 2005), coauthored with Christina Hoff Sommers. Her recent book, Brainwashed – The Seductive Appeal of Mindless Neuroscience (Basic, 2013) with Scott Lilienfeld, was a 2014 finalist for the Los Angeles Times Book Prize in Science.

Noël Valis has written on the literature, culture, and history of modern Spain; the Spanish Civil War; religion and literature; Federico García Lorca; and the study of celebrity and cultural icons. Her latest book, Lorca After Life (Yale University Press), won the Association of American Publishers' PROSE Award for Literature. Her work in women’s and gender studies was recognized with the Victoria Urbano Academic Achievement Prize. A Corresponding Member of the Royal Spanish Academy and past member of the NEH’s National Council on the Humanities, she is also the recipient of Fulbright, Guggenheim, and NEH/National Endowment for the Humanities Fellowships. She served as President of the Asociación Internacional de Galdosistas/International Association of Galdós Scholars in 2021-23.

David Bromwich is Sterling Professor of English at Yale University and a Professor (Adjunct) of Law at Yale Law School. A cultural critic and literary scholar, Bromwich has written and edited a number of volumes, which span the fields of Romanticism, modern poetry, moral philosophy, and political writing. He began his academic career at Princeton University, where he was named Mellon Professor of English. Bromwich began teaching at Yale University in 1988. From 1991 to 1994, he served as Director of Yale University’s Whitney Humanities Center. Bromwich’s titles include How Words Make Things Happen (Oxford University Press, 2019), The Intellectual Life of Edmund Burke (Harvard University Press, 2014), and Moral Imagination (Princeton University Press, 2014). Bromwich’s first book, Hazlitt: The Mind of A Critic (Oxford University Press, 1983), was named a 1984 National Book Critics Circle finalist in criticism. Bromwich has edited critical editions that include On Empire, Liberty, and Reform: Speeches and Letters of Edmund Burke (Yale University Press, 2000) and, most recently, Writing Politics: An Anthology (New York Review of Books Classics, 2020). He is an elected member of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences.

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