"Contested Freedoms” will delve into the exploration of how freedom was defined and experienced in the long era of revolution.
Through 50 vignettes, David L. Holmes describes slices of life at William & Mary over five decades.
Adriano Marinazzo, curator of special projects at the Muscarelle Museum of Art, was named the inaugural designer in residence and adjunct lecturer in the Department of Applied Science.
Scouring sources online in the original Arabic, Henry Stratakis-Allen '23 looked for references to the people and clues to their everyday activities and concerns.
Simon Joyce's teaching for the past eight years and copious delving into numerous archives resulted in “LGBT Victorians: Sexuality and Gender in 19th Century Archives."
Today’s 60th anniversary of the release of the first Beatles single in the United Kingdom is as good a time as any to peek into Tom Payne’s classroom.
William & Mary Professor of Classical Studies Georgia Irby will give the lecture "Sea Monsters! ‘O Brave new seas that have such monsters in them’” on Oct. 27.
W&M News asked faculty member Semiha Topal to discuss the complexity of hijab wearing and nuances around women choosing to wear it or not.
William & Mary, the Omohundro Institute and Colonial Williamsburg will present a series of five conferences beginning this fall commemorating America's semiquincentennial.
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