Published in the past few months or coming out over the summer, these new books by UVA faculty and alumni cover a range of tastes and topics in fiction and nonfiction.
Former UVA football player Will Barker left an NFL career after 2½ years to pursue his passion for art. Now he’s making a name for himself in Denver.
UVA’s Division for Diversity, Equity and Inclusion is spreading the word about events and resources for Juneteenth, the June 19 holiday commemorating the end of slavery in the U.S.
With a new album under his belt, Overman is back on the tour bus, playing shows in and around Charlottesville this summer after COVID-19 paused live music.
V Magazine gave student artists a way to express themselves without boundaries – in a year full of them.
UVA is one of five universities nationwide to offer an annual $10,000 Henfield Prize in fiction for an unpublished story, open to its graduate writing students.
Writing for The Conversation, assistant professor of hip-hop A.D. Carson takes readers on an extraterrestrial musical journey – and explores how songs about space reflect life on Earth.
The museum is repatriating 17 sacred objects as part of its ongoing efforts to build strong partnerships with Indigenous artists and communities in Australia.