The second annual #TranscribeBond event to digitize the papers of the late civil rights activist Julian Bond drew many people who participated last year, and also some newcomers. Bond, who died in 2015, left his documents to UVA.
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Anne E. Bromley
August 16, 2019
August 15, 2019
The VA-NC Alliance for Minority Participation includes mentoring, research opportunities, workshops, internships, attendance at local and national symposia, and participation in UVA’s annual Summer Research Program.
August 07, 2019
English professor Deborah McDowell taught Toni Morrison’s fiction and nonfiction, and knew the author, who died Monday. She said anyone interested in a loving and celebratory treatment of black people and of black culture should read Morrison.
July 29, 2019
Although a clear majority of Americans in all generations support sexual fidelity in their relationships, young adults are markedly more likely to cross online boundaries related to sex and romance, according to “iFidelity: The State of Our Unions 2019.”
July 26, 2019
“Ask Again, Yes,” the third novel from Keane, a 2005 alumna of UVA’s Creative Writing Program, won “The Tonight Show” host’s summer reading contest, and she’ll appear on an August episode.
July 22, 2019
Path-breaking historian Reginald Butler, the second director of UVA’s Carter G. Woodson Institute for African-American and African Studies, created programs to study local black history using early digital technology.
July 17, 2019
English professor Stephen Railton and colleagues from around the world will keep working on “Digital Yoknapatawpha,” for the love of Southern author William Faulkner and the collaboration they appreciate.
July 02, 2019
Rare, early printings of the declaration, plus signers’ letters about their historical legacy and military matters, are part of UVA’s permanent exhibit, “Declaring Independence: Creating and Recreating America’s Document.”
June 26, 2019
Bilger, a former WTJU DJ and Women’s Center program coordinator, taught at Claremont McKenna College in California for 22 years before serving as dean and vice president at Pomona College and now becoming Reed College’s 16th president.
June 18, 2019
Gaston, who came to UVA in 1957, was a historian of the changing American South and praised by colleagues and former students for his vital role as an activist in the local civil rights movement in Charlottesville.