Francis Tanglaos-Aguas he has sought to make the W&M theatre production of "Sitayana" a collaborative effort between faculty and students.
Two Arts & Sciences faculty members were recently recognized for their service to their colleagues and the College.
On April 19, Special Collections will launch the William & Mary Hip-Hop Collection, the most comprehensive collection of its kind devoted to chronicling Virginia’s hip-hop past.
Students participating in Joanne Braxton's "Articulating Ancestry" course are given the tools and the self-confidence to become engaged scholars.
Leah Glenn was featured in the Winter 2013 Issue of the "Ringing Far and Near" newsletter.
The College of William & Mary's second annual Lemon Project Spring Symposium is slated for March 17 at the Bruton Heights School in Williamsburg, Va.
Members of William & Mary's music faculty will present performances -- both on stage and on TV -- in honor of Black History Month in the next few weeks.
Anna Swanson, an Africana Studies major and Class 2013 gave a "Chapel Talk" at the Episcopal Academy on December 1, 2011. In this presentation to her high school, Anna provides an eloquent reflection on her experience in international service learning and study abroad--especially in Africa.
Theatre and dance faculty recently sat down with William & Mary News to discuss their interdisciplinary work with Africana studies.
Hans Goff '05 has worked with some big names in the entertainment industry, including Questlove from The Roots and Michael K. Williams from The Wire. But he's not just some Hollywood bigwig; if anything, a better title for him might be political junkie.
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Africana Studies Program under new direction.
Africana Studies was launched this academic year as a new interdisciplinary program that offers majors and minors as part of an expanded curriculum of Black Studies and African Studies.
William & Mary will explore its own past involvement with slavery and the complexities of race relations from the end of the Civil War to date.
A new Africana Studies course has been designed to explore the history of African Americans from West Africa to the New World.
A symposium sponsored by Africana Studies, Office of the Provost and the Charles Center to discuss the local and global connections to slavery in the Historic Triangle.
Zachary Rice, an African Studies and Economics double major, is the winner of the newly-created Trice Fellowship.