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Lecture explores archaeology’s role in reclaiming and memorializing enslaved Americans

Lecture explores archaeology’s role in reclaiming and memorializing enslaved Americans

Posted On: December 05, 2016

On Tuesday, Nov. 29, the Institute for Historical Biology hosted a symposium entitled “Archaeologies of Slavery and Memory [...]

Government lecture focuses on intersection of gender, politics

Government lecture focuses on intersection of gender, politics

Posted On: December 05, 2016

Government professors at the College of William and Mary held an informal discussion on Monday, Nov. 28 about [...]

Lecture focuses on historical roots of Standing Rock movement

Lecture focuses on historical roots of Standing Rock movement

Posted On: November 23, 2016

English and American Studies professor Kara Thompson hosted a presentation about the Standing Rock protests Friday Nov. 18. [...]

BOV members focus on long-term impact of Trump’s election on College

BOV members focus on long-term impact of Trump’s election on College

Posted On: November 21, 2016

When Provost of the College of the William and Mary Michael Halleran opened the Board of Visitors’ Academic [...]

Board of Visitors discusses new program for government, military professionals

Board of Visitors discusses new program for government, military professionals

Posted On: November 20, 2016

Last spring, Virginia Governor Terry McAuliffe and Secretary of Veterans and Defense Affairs John Harvey singled out the [...]

Government professors discuss election results, predict future of congressional policy

Government professors discuss election results, predict future of congressional policy

Posted On: November 20, 2016

Government professors at the College of William and Mary held a lecture on Thursday, Nov. 17, with one [...]

In wake of election, government department discusses Trump’s role in global rise of illiberal democracies

In wake of election, government department discusses Trump’s role in global rise of illiberal democracies

Posted On: November 17, 2016

In the third lecture in a series of discussions on the rise of illiberal democracies, professors at the [...]

From ballot to budget: Panelists explore how the Virginia General Assembly will affect higher education funding

From ballot to budget: Panelists explore how the Virginia General Assembly will affect higher education funding

Posted On: November 16, 2016

In the wake of Virginia’s $1.5-billion-dollar budget shortfall and 7.5 percent proposed cuts to public colleges and universities, [...]

College grad programs offer students opportunity to continue learning after graduation

College grad programs offer students opportunity to continue learning after graduation

Posted On: November 16, 2016

Recent University of Georgia graduate Ed Silva gave a presentation to students in the international relations department Nov. [...]

After elections, international relations professors stop to discuss Trump

After elections, international relations professors stop to discuss Trump

Posted On: November 14, 2016

Last Thursday, the students in Professor Susan Peterson’s international security course were given a choice: they could either [...]