William & Mary has a long history of supporting both veterans and active-duty members of the United States’ armed forces.
Perspectives on how to hold difficult conversations with respect.
During a faculty-led research trip, shared experiences helped William & Mary student veterans connect with soldiers in the Republic of Georgia.
What role does the media play in democracy in the U.S. and around the globe? What is the greatest threat to democracy today? Those were just two of the questions explored during this presidential conversation,…
Engaging in political conversation at the dinner table has long been considered a risky proposition. But there’s a time and place for healthy discourse.
William & Mary Professor Elizabeth Losh, author of the new book “Selfie Democracy,” examines the unintended consequences of politicians’ digital strategies.
Online maps eventually will make the information for every district in the country accessible to anyone.
This year’s preview featured prominent academics, four federal court of appeals judges, leading Supreme Court advocates and Supreme Court reporters from the nation’s top newspapers.
William & Mary, the Omohundro Institute and Colonial Williamsburg will present a series of five conferences beginning this fall commemorating America's semiquincentennial.
Co-chairs update the community on where the university's Democracy Initiative stands and how to get involved in its upcoming plans.
Constitutional law experts Allison Orr Larsen '99 and Neal Devins from the William & Mary Law School discuss the June 24, 2022, Supreme Court ruling that overturned Roe v. Wade.
Catherine Kelly recently became executive director of the Omohundro Institute of Early American History & Culture and professor of history in the Harrison Ruffin Tyler Department of History at William & Mary.
On April 20, the Institute of the Bill of Rights Law (IBRL) at William & Mary Law School launched the Scalia-Ginsburg Collegiality Speaker Series. The series brings together pairs of advocates, judges and legal scholars…
W&M Law School recently hosted a symposium on “The Future of Afghanistan.”
As the Russian war against Ukraine entered its second month and U.S. President Joe Biden announced the U.S. will accept up to 100,000 displaced Ukrainian people, W&M News asked Professor of Sociology Jennifer Bickham Mendez…
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