Deborah Morse is doing all she can to see that her passion for the works of Victorian author Anthony Trollope rubs off on educators.
Professor Joshua Gert taught the philosophy of color for the first time last semester.
Katherine Arcement '13 achieves a rare distinction for a student: inclusion in the world-famous London Review of Books.
Five-year project by W&M's Chancellor Professor of English Terry Meyers results in a free digital volume of some of the work of Sidney A. Alexander.
Students participating in Joanne Braxton's "Articulating Ancestry" course are given the tools and the self-confidence to become engaged scholars.
Visiting Assistant Professor of English Chelsey Johnson's "Escape and Reverse" was selected for the prestigious digital literary magazine, Ploughshares Solo.
The 2012 Raft Debate, a much beloved William & Mary tradition, will be held at the Commonwealth Auditorium in the Sadler Center on Nov. 7 at 6:30 p.m.
A summary of field-work courses offered by visiting professor Linda Lanz.
The Pulitzer Prize finalist's appearance is part of the Patrick Hayes Writers Series and is free, open to the public.
Robert Reid-Pharr joins us this semester as the English Department’s second Sara and Jess Cloud Visiting Professor.
English Professor Nancy Schoenberger is featured this week on the radio program, With Good Reason.
In the last year, eight of our outstanding professors – almost a quarter of our department faculty - won a series of campus and national awards for their teaching and research, confirming our reputation as one of the most innovative and productive academic units on campus.
They are spending the year at the College as part of a rare international joint degree program involving a U.S. university.
After a summer of excavation, archaeologists feel confident in saying that the 18th century Bray School once stood on the grounds of Brown Hall, a William & Mary dormitory.
John H. Willis, who retired from William and Mary's English department in 2002 after a distinguished 43-year career, passed away June 29. Provost Michael Halleran sent the following message to the campus community.
William & Mary alumna Sara Schaefer '00 is going to co-host a late-night talk and comedy show on MTV.
Paula Blank was one of 33 candidates chosen from a pool of 436.
An archaeological collaboration between William & Mary and the Colonial Williamsburg Foundation hopes to find conclusive evidence of the Bray School, an 18th-century institution dedicated to the education of free and enslaved black children.
Arts & Sciences award honors special efforts to teach and inspire students.
A palpable tension filled the room one Wednesday evening in mid-April. Amidst low chatter, nervous glances, and light refreshments, dozens of student writers gathered to hear the winners announced for the 2012 Literary Awards.
Michael Newman and Sharon Zuber edit book chronicling the College's Global Inquiry Group.
William & Mary's choirs will present their spring concerts this week, and each will include original compositions by members of the College community.
A new guidebook released today recognizes the College of William & Mary for having 10 of the country's best undergraduate teachers.
English professor Joanne Braxton interviews internationally known jazz poet Jayne Cortez.
William & Mary students are travelling to internships in Mississippi, New York City and Washington, DC this summer, thanks to the generosity of alum Carol Woody '71.
Bestselling author David Baldacci is a busy guy. He gets hundreds of requests each month for charitable donations, book signings and speaking engagements -- all of which he has to fit in around writing blockbuster novels. Kristen White '86, executive director for David Baldacci Enterprises, helps him keep it all straight.