The following books by William & Mary faculty members were published in 2019.
Shalin Shah '19 and his twin brother, Shivan, completed their college degrees in the last four years while managing major health crises suffered by both of their parents.
George Greenia has garnered a prestigious international award. In June he will travel to Mexico to receive the 2019 International Prize Grupo Compostela–Xunta de Galicia.
William & Mary Classical Studies Professor Vassiliki Panoussi’s new book explores the traditional, and not so traditional, ways that women held power in the patriarchal society of ancient Rome.
Students, faculty and staff, and members of the community flooded the Chesapeake rooms in the Sadler Center on March 14 to watch the annual Raft Debate in which three professors, deserted on an imaginary island, represented their disciplines in an battle for a single spot on an imaginary raft.
The 2019 Raft Debate, a much beloved William & Mary tradition, will be held at the Sadler Center in Chesapeake ABC, on March 14 at 6:30 p.m.
SOAS Centre of Yoga Studies in London has invited Professor Mark McLaughin to present his lecture, "Samadhi Burial and the Continued Presence of the Realized Yogin," on Wednesday, March 6th, 2019.
Florence “Flo” Glynn '19 will receive the 2019 James Monroe Prize in Civic Leadership.
Find out about the exciting research projects of our students in RELG 391: Theory and Method in the Study of Religion
A William & Mary student is expected to be featured on NBC’s TODAY show as part of its weeklong series “Faithful.”
Annie Blazer, associate professor of religious studies at William & Mary, spent her research leave embedding herself in religious communities in her own neighborhood of Richmond's East End.
Lucy Greenman '22, a 1693 Scholar, has found a warm, respectful reception at William & Mary for her Jewish religion and her music.
Religious Studies major Florence Glynn '19 works to help design a new course on "spirituality."
President Katherine Rowe presided over The Future of Knowledge Tuesday, part of an ongoing effort by the new president to gather feedback from the William & Mary community around three themes: the future of knowledge, the future of work and the future of service.
The Tack Faculty Lecture on Oct. 9 will be delivered by Anne Rasmussen, professor of music and ethnomusicology and the Bickers Professor of Middle Eastern studies at William & Mary. She'll strip away the many misconceptions Westerners hold about music, women and the Muslim world.
Professor Blazer presents her exciting new research at the International Society for Media, Religion, and Culture meeting in April 2019.
Two Myers-Stern Scholarship winners describe their time studying in Israel.
Kathryn R. Eckler '19 explored the role that religion plays in the considerations of refugees and of the people of host countries.
Maureen Fitzgerald, associate professor of religious studies at William & Mary, expanded her research on American religious nationalisms in response to current events and her students' interest in religious liberty in U.S. politics.
Alexander Angelov, Associate Professor of Religious Studies won the 2018 Alumni Fellowship Award.
These days Travis Harris is a Ph.D. candidate in American studies at William & Mary, researching in Africana studies at the intersection of religion and hip-hop.
William & Mary students toured Holocaust sites this summer to look at the Third Reich, national socialism and the Jewish people in Germany and Prague through a modern lens.