The Schell Center coordinates a diverse program of human rights activities that serve students and scholars at Yale and contribute to the development of the human rights community locally and internationally. The Center sponsors frequent panels, lectures, and discussions, including the weekly Human Rights Workshop: Current Issues and Events. The Schell Center also works in collaboration with other centers and programs at Yale to sponsor interdisciplinary events.
Susan Clinard is an American sculptor whose body of work is about connectivity; compositions that tell stories about our shared humanity. For over thirty years she has worked with diverse communities in the arts; listening and collaborating with countless voices. The contemporary figurative nature of her large-scale sculptures uses found objects and detailed faces and hands that illuminate the wonder and beauty of who we are. Her work reflects the times in which we live. She is the winner of the National M.H.Hammerschal carving award and the Art by the Northeast award for sculpture.
Marco Wan is Professor of Law at the University of Hong Kong. He is a scholar of public law and law and humanities, and serves as the Managing editor of Law & Literature. He is currently a Schell Center Visiting Fellow at Yale Law School.