Class of 1962 Professor of History Chitralekha Zutshi recently published "Sheikh Abdullah: The Caged Lion of Kashmir."
It's a time of dramatic expansion for WMSURE, with 62 William & Mary Scholars Award recipients invited into the program this year — the largest group yet.
$1.5M grant from The William and Flora Hewlett Foundation supports William & Mary research lab’s efforts to inform the design and delivery of foreign aid and credit to the Global South, and give leaders and…
How do Facebook and Instagram feeds impact political beliefs? William & Mary Government and Data Science Professor Jaime Settle helped answer that question as part of research collaboration with Meta.
Through scholarship and a series of events, a faculty-led research team aspires to bring attention to the U.S.-Japan baseball connection and its impact on the countries’ relations off the diamond.
Seven William & Mary students will spend the summer in Honolulu, Hawaii, where they will analyze and support the implementation of United States defense policy.
The Reves Center for International Studies has awarded the 2023 Reves and Drapers’ Faculty Fellowships to five William & Mary professors.
Since the book's release, Bellin has established himself as a sought-after voice in the national conversation about criminal justice and sentencing reform.
On March 30 and 31, the new format of the symposium will bring together graduate and undergraduate researchers after the pandemic hiatus.
William & Mary joins community partners to uncover and share the history of the school and its free and enslaved Black students.
Maureen Elgersman Lee, director of the Bray School Lab and Mellon Engagement Coordinator for African American Heritage, discusses the lab and its work.
Through an innovative partnership between the City of Williamsburg and William & Mary, Williamsburg’s future may hold a far more inclusive and complete retelling of the past than what is currently represented.
The historic structure will become a new and significant component of The Colonial Williamsburg Foundation’s public history programming.
Tommy Jones’ gift funds experiential learning opportunities for student veterans like he once was.
Online maps eventually will make the information for every district in the country accessible to anyone.
A new study provides the first evidence that tactile object interaction can provide information about relative size and spatial layout, akin to that garnered visually.
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