“The Booker T. Washington Papers” is considered one of the great documentary editions in American scholarship. Washington had close ties to Black leaders in Charlottesville.
Architecture alumna Leigh Hassler explains how she and fellow historic preservationists are using steam to carefully strip away layers of paint on Pavilion VIII’s marble capitals.
People seem to love to adapt “Pride and Prejudice” into all sorts of genres, from children’s books to zombie movies. Cristina Griffin is teaching Jane Austen’s novel and some more serious adaptations.
The hugely popular, short-form, video-sharing app’s algorithm is making it possible for anyone to go viral. Learn how from a media management scholar and a UVA alumnus-turned-TikTok-star.
A collaboration between scientists and artists on Virginia’s Eastern Shore has resulted in artful insights into a natural phenomenon.
In original Slavic folklore, the vampire functioned as a symbol of disease; it provided an answer when science was lacking.
Sculpture professor William Bennett shows how he adapted his in-person courses under COVID restrictions.
Local carver Ed Morton has become known over the years for the exquisite pumpkin carvings that he does for the Small Special Collections Library and other groups.