On May 11th 2013 over 70 IR and 48 GS majors celebrated their graduation at PBK Hall. Congratulations Class of 2013!!!
The schedule of events for William & Mary's 2012 Global Film Festival.
The College of William and Mary's fifth annual Global Film Festival will feature films, musical performances, and guest filmmakers from around the world from Feb. 16-19.
Greenbaum is one of many William & Mary alumni, students and faculty who were impacted by the magnitude-9.0 earthquake and subsequent tsunami that devastated Japan on March 11.
Although May is officially Asian-Pacific American Heritage Month, the celebration is starting early at William & Mary with a variety of events being offered in April.
Asian and Middle Eastern Studies integrates two existing majors – East Asian Studies and Middle Eastern Studies – to engage a changing, globally connected world.
The William and Mary Japan Recovery Initiative aims to help those affected by the earthquake and tsunami that struck Japan’s Tohoku region on March 11, 2011.
Much of their success is owed to the support and opportunities offered to them by the College's faculty members and staff members, who work tirelessly with students across the disciplines to prepare them for the scholarships.
Associate Professor Hiroshi Kitamura has published Screening Enlightenment: Hollywood and the Cultural Reconstruction of Defeated Japan
The following are the remarks that Dr. Virginia Bouvier - Senior Program Officer for Latin America, Center for Mediation and Conflict Resolution (The United States Institute of Peace, USIP) gave during our IR/GS 2010 Commencement ceremony.
The first Ethical Fashion Show at William & Mary highlights the commitment of the university and its students to sustainability.
50 Global Studies majors celebrated their graduation at PBK Hall on Saturday morning May 15. Congratulations class of 2010!
Fashion journalist Victoria Lescano recently featured Hispanic Studies professor Regina Root's work in a note for Págína/12, Argentina's main newspaper.
George Grayson's recent book chronicles the rise of Mexico's new drug cartels and their efforts to exercise control through violent intimidation.
"Merging Souls: Arts of Devotion in Latin America" is a student-curated exhibition that will open on Friday, April 23 at the Muscarelle Museum of Art. A student symposium, scheduled for Friday, April 30, will showcase their research on the objects and themes on display.
April 12, 2010 we received the visit of the immensely popular folk group, Zolotoi ples!
A large group of our own RPSS majors will be spending this summer studying for six weeks in St. Petersburg, Russia in the WM Summer Study Abroad Program.
A W&M research team explored immigration issues by walking the immigrants' trail across the Sonora/Arizona border.
Click here to see the program and pictures of our conference!
Reves fellow's work subtitling Cuban films gains for them world-wide exposure.
Three W&M students have been offered, and have accepted, internships with the U.S. Mission to NATO for the coming summer. Congratulations Andrea!
Students from approximately 60 high schools nationwide will visit the College this weekend for the 23rd annual William & Mary High School Model United Nations Conference (WMHSMUN).
John Eisele and Driss Cherkaoui have been awarded a Dept. of Education grant for their textbook series on Arabic
John Riofrio, "Rio," recently published an editorial response to CNN's documentary Latino in America in the Huffington Post
The Russian and Post Soviet Program welcomes the renowned filmmaker Evgeny Tsymbal
Thank you to all those who attended our homecoming reception!
Professor Kevin A. Vose`s new book, Resurrecting Candrakirti: Disputes in the Tibetan Creation of Prasangika, was published from Wisdom Publications in 2009. Congratulations! Read more about its content here.
Anne K. Rasmussen's chapter "Indonesian Reciters of the Qur'an and the Juncture between Creation and Recreation" was just published in a new book from The University of Illinois.
Over spring break 2009, Professors Bickham Mendez (Sociology and Latin American Studies) and Tandeciarz (Hispanic Studies) led a research team of eight students to the Tucson/Nogales region of the U.S.-Mexico border.
50 GS majors celebrated their graduation in PBK May 16. Congratulations class of 2009!
You are cordially invited to a reception for internationally-oriented William and Mary Alumni at this 2009 homecoming celebration.
Congratulations to Michael Finn and John Kamensky, who have won the EAS Best Senior Project Award and Excellence in Chinese Awards, respectively.
Congratulations to Rachel DiNitto for the publication of Uchida Hyakken: A Critique of Modernity and Militarism in Prewar Japan (Harvard University Press, 2008).
European Studies concentrator, Ariel Hunsberger, has received a Fulbright grant for 2008-09 to the Principality of Andorra in the eastern Pyrenees mountains on the border between France and Spain.
Almost every night, major news channels discuss the "conflict in the Middle East." What comes to mind when one hears that, however? According to Walid Phares, there is no one answer.