The travel guides, known as “the Green Books,” reveal part of 20th-century U.S. history and how African Americans tried to avoid racism on the road.
This fall, he’s teaching “Form & Theory of Fiction,” a seminar for creative writing graduate students, and an advanced fiction course for undergraduates.
Third-year student Davon Okoro is both a nursing student and fashion designer. His company, Guérison Globale – founded during quarantine – offers a range of spirited designs informed by Okoro’s passion for health care, hip-hop and art.
This year’s lineup will include an episode of the highly anticipated Hulu limited series “Dopesick,” starring and executive produced by Michael Keaton, and filmed in Virginia.
John D’earth kicked off this semester’s “Arts on the Hill” series Tuesday as UVA President Jim Ryan hosted the first of several performances at Carr’s Hill this semester.
Described as “one of America’s most important voices in preserving historic landscapes,” Bates recently appeared on Netflix’s “High on the Hog,” one of many ways she is spreading the word about African American history.
Based on knowledge gained in a media studies course that she took as an undergraduate, alumna Caky Winsett has written a play, “Watch Me,” that debuts Monday in New York City.
UVA English professors called the new film, “The Green Knight,” a “wildly inventive riff” and “a worthy retelling bound to spawn even more, proving again that the old stories are the richest.”