One of the blessings of our time at Yale was superb teachers, especially lecturers who inspired us, like Vincent Scully.   We’ve recently discovered that some of his lectures have been uploaded to YouTube.  So, if you want a reminder of some of what moved you as an undergraduate, check out those listed below.  (And if you recorded any lectures from Back In The Day, contact us online or email support@Yale1969.org!  We can digitize them and add them here.)

Vincent Scully On Architecture


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Vincent Scully – “The Architecture of Yale University”, April 9, 1999

 


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Vincent Scully – Yale Architecture Symposium: Sept. 15, 2001

 


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Vincent Scully – Eero Saarinen Symposium – Keynote

 


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Vincent Scully on the World Trade Center, post 9/11

 


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Vincent Scully on Louis Kahn and Paul Rudolph at Yale

 


Vincent Scully on Renaissance Art


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Tributes To Vincent Scully


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Vincent Scully: An Art Historian Among Architects

 


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A Tribute to Vincent Scully

 


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Henry Hope Reed Award 2010: Vincent Scully

 

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