As you have probably heard, the Florida Department of Education has refused the College Board's AP course in African American Studies for purported violations of the so-called Stop WOKE Act.
Threewalls in Chicago, Illinois, fosters contemporary art practices that respond to lived experiences, encouraging connections beyond art.
William & Mary Professor Elizabeth Losh, author of the new book “Selfie Democracy,” examines the unintended consequences of politicians’ digital strategies.
Seth C. Bruggerman is an associate professor of history at Temple University. He received his PhD in American studies from W&M.
On February 23, 2022 the Frist Art Museum Board of Trustees has announced Nashville native Seth Feman, PhD, as its new Executive Director and CEO.
Professor Donnor joins Lane Community College in discussing Critical Race Theory on December 6 at 5 pm.
Wendy Gonaver recently won the Simkins Prize for the best first book in US Southern History over the last two years from the Southern Historical Association.
American Studies Master’s student Nicole Brown joins the William & Mary Bray School Research Lab.
Elizabeth Losh, Duane A. & Virginia S. Dittman Professor of English & American Studies at William & Mary, was selected as a Fulbright Scholar for 2021-22.
This spring Michelle Lelièvre, instructor in American Studies and Anthropology, collaborated with W&M Libraries staff on a multimedia assignment for her COLL 100 course, Hear Here: The Oral History of Williamsburg.
Professor Jamel K Donnor, School of Education and Affiliate of American Studies was quoted in a recent NYT article.