Recent Articles by

Anne E. Bromley

November 14, 2018
Martin Davidson, Johnson and Higgins Professor of Business Administration and senior associate dean and chief diversity officer for the Darden School of Business, will lead the panel.
November 09, 2018
Samuel V. Lemley created an award-winning collection that supplements the genealogical record of his Sicilian ancestors, including a record of the Great Comet of 1819, tales of the bubonic plague and a handwritten Christmas homily.
November 06, 2018
There are several ways to join President Jim Ryan, who is running in the Anthem Richmond Marathon on Nov. 10 to support Madison House, the student volunteer center for UVA.
October 26, 2018
The Men’s Leadership Project pairs UVA undergraduate mentors with middle-school boys to emphasize positive attributes of masculinity, like having the courage to do the right thing, especially when it’s not easy or popular.
October 19, 2018
Kevin Gaines previously taught at Princeton University, the University of Texas and the University of Michigan. “His appointment puts UVA on the map for the study of, and research in, civil rights and social justice,” the chair of UVA’s history department said.
October 04, 2018
A rare copy of the Emancipation Proclamation, signed by Lincoln, and the 13th Amendment abolishing slavery, as well as a unique note by Frederick Douglass, the famous abolitionist who escaped slavery, are on display at UVA’s Special Collections Library.
October 02, 2018
The library is collaborating with The HistoryMakers to enhance and make more accessible the nonprofit organization’s digital archive of hundreds of video interviews with notable African-Americans.
September 24, 2018
UVA sociologist Allison Pugh wants to understand what she calls “connective labor” and what happens when automation inserts itself into important relationships between patients and doctors, clients and therapists, students and teachers, and more.
September 19, 2018
Kyle Dargan has found much success and satisfaction as a poet and teacher, which he began to develop during his time on Grounds. He’ll return Friday to read from his new book.
September 07, 2018
Historian Claudrena N. Harold and architectural historian Louis P. Nelson edited the book, “Charlottesville 2017: The Legacy of Race and Inequity.”