Recent Articles by

Anne E. Bromley

August 17, 2020
The word is spreading about the University of Virginia’s new Memorial to Enslaved Laborers, which honors those who worked to build and sustain UVA in its early years.
August 13, 2020
The app makes it possible for anyone with a cell phone to see photos, physical remnants and old documents, and the most recent ways the University is showcasing this integral part of its history.
August 10, 2020
A virtual panel discussion reflecting on the counter-protest of Aug. 12, 2017, with professor and antiracist activist Jalane Schmidt moderating, will take place Wednesday, sponsored by UVA’s Religion, Race & Democracy Lab.
July 22, 2020
Ridley, the first Black student to graduate from UVA in 1953 – just part of his illustrious career in higher education – garnered the respect of the University community, from deans to janitors.
July 08, 2020
New books from faculty and alumni range from novels in contemporary settings to genre-bending memoirs to studies of historical topics or politics.
July 07, 2020
In the growing field of environmental justice, assistant professor Kimberly Fields studies how government and community responses can make a difference in addressing issues of environmental inequality.
July 02, 2020
As Claire Kaplan stepped down after 29 years, colleagues and students say she left UVA a better-informed and more equitable place when it comes to gender violence education and advocacy.
June 18, 2020
These reading suggestions from faculty and administrators offer readers an opportunity to better understand the roots of racism and move forward on equity issues and dismantling racist systems.
June 16, 2020
Kiki Petrosino explores her connections as a UVA alumna to her ancestral roots in Virginia, and teaches students that archival research can lead to poetry connecting with the humanity of people in the past.
June 08, 2020
The project aims to create summer field schools to teach students the methods and techniques for documenting the cultural landscapes of marginalized or oppressed communities.