Outdoor activities and balmy weather brought together participants from many departments on Grounds to celebrate Humanities Week.
In the summer of 1968, SHANTI administrator John Alexander learned about white privilege for the first time, and he’s never forgotten it. His essay on his experience recently won a national award.
The visiting scholars will present “The History of Thought as Networked Community: The RoSE Prototype” on Tuesday as part of the U.Va. Digital Humanities Speaker Series.
Humanities Week at the University of Virginia April 8-12 will be chock-full of events and ways to celebrate the strong tradition of the humanities on Grounds.
Six student-selected professors had their 12 minutes on stage Thursday night to explain some of life’s toughest questions as part of Student Council’s “Look ‘Hoos Talking” event.
A digital archive created by a University of Virginia art history professor that documents Leonardo Da Vinci’s legacy as a writer on the theory of art just earned an $80,000 grant from the Samuel H. Kress Foundation.
Should we test anthrax vaccine on children to be better prepared for a hypothetical attack that may never happen? A presidential commission weighed in.
During a public talk Monday, a visiting scholar will discuss a digital humanities project that uses maps to convey a rich amount of data on the ancient Roman world.
Stefan Collini will be the next guest speaker in the Institute of the Humanities and Global Cultures series, “The Future of the University.”
In a talk hosted by the Institute of Humanities and Global Cultures, Meg Jay, a clinical psychologist in the Curry School of Education, claims that 30 is not the new 20.