The Sir Christopher Wren Building is both the past and present face of the College of William and Mary. Through Convocation, Commencement, college tours and classes, the Wren Building and the memorials within it inform students and visitors on what the college stands for and stood for in the past. Nov. 9, 2018, a new memorial to the individuals associated with the College who fought in the Civil War
"Sexual regimes accompanied political regimes as a means of controlling people, manipulating differences, and cementing power."
Virginia Tech, Newtown, Orlando, Las Vegas, Parkland, Tree of Life. These are my memories.
History department hosts lecture on events of Charlottesville, Charleston
Tyler Lecture Series Symposium on “After Charlottesville: Memorials, Monuments and Memory” (Blair 229, 3-5 pm)
Professor Vinson recently gave an interview to BBC Radio on his new book, Albert Luthuli (2018).
History Professor Philip Daileader may not think he’s a rock star, but admission to his Crusades class has been one of the hottest tickets on the William & Mary campus for years.
The College of William & Mary is seeking ideas for a memorial to black Americans who were enslaved by the school or whose work as slaves enriched it.
A competition is being launched today to solicit conceptual ideas for a Memorial to African-Americans Enslaved by William & Mary.
Jerry Watkins III talks about his Dixie's Monuments course