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.
UVA English professor Susan Fraiman, an expert in feminism, explored the word “home,” and its context amid the coronavirus pandemic.
Psychologists say remembering good times is a comfort, and lots of people are experiencing pleasant pulses of déjà vu as pop culture, both old and new, offers a distraction from the pandemic.
One in an occasional series about the findings of the president’s commissions on Slavery and on the University in the Age of Segregation. This installment examines the false narratives of statues, including the George Rogers Clark statue.
Despite unusual circumstances, organizers plan to virtually present more than 50 films, along with the robust faculty and expert discussions for which the festival, a program of UVA, is known. They also hope to reach new online audiences.
Heritage Theatre Festival has been entertaining audiences in the Charlottesville community for 46 years. Here’s a comprehensive history of UVA’s own professional summer theatre.
Three students were hungry for reliable information on how political issues, like police reform or the pandemic, were affecting their rural home. They decided to take the mic.
New books from faculty and alumni range from novels in contemporary settings to genre-bending memoirs to studies of historical topics or politics.