A forthcoming book from professor emeritus Ruhi K. Ramazani may be the final publication from a man dubbed the “dean of Iranian foreign policy.”
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November 12, 2012
September 27, 2012
Music professor Ted Coffey is working with a group of undergraduate students to write, record and produce an album of children’s music.
September 24, 2012
One of the University of Virginia’s longest-running international programs has received a federal Department of Education grant to continue sending students to study in Jordan.
September 19, 2012
The professors who hold endowed professorships in the College of Arts & Sciences include some of the most renowned minds in the University. A new public lecture series will feature these scholars sharing their work with colleagues across Grounds and the public.
September 17, 2012
This year’s Mead Endowment project winners range from an album of children’s music to a science book club. Plus, all faculty members in the College of Arts & Sciences can look forward to two $10 vouchers for a meal on Grounds – as long as they bring along a student.
September 13, 2012
In the midst of the end of colonial rule and the separation of Pakistan and India, a literary critic and creative writer was working to help create and catalog an independent Urdu literary culture. U.Va. professor Mehr Farooqi explores that critic’s life and work in a new book.
September 09, 2012
“TechnoSonics,” the Virginia Center for Computer Music's annual festival celebrating music and technology, will feature performances and panelists this weekend exploring the intersection of music and politics.
September 06, 2012
An upcoming workshop cosponsored by U.Va.’s Asia Institute and East Asia Center will give a helping hand to teachers who want to add an international perspective to their instruction.
August 31, 2012
Kilts, Fiddles and … Powdered Wigs? New Book Surveys Haydn's Musical Legacy, Contributions to Scottish National Music
A new book coedited by music professor Richard Will examines the career of composer Joseph Haydn, from the literary elements of his instrumental pieces to his work helping to craft a Scottish national identity – even though he was Austrian.
August 31, 2012
Is there a better way to get into the U.Va. football spirit Saturday than listening to the Cavalier Marching Band perform “The Good Ol’ Song” during a public tailgate at Carr's Hill Field? Probably not.