Excerpts from an informal performance of "Green & Gold" at the site of the new bronze "Sankofa Seed" (featuring artists' comments.)
Omiyemi Artisia Green, W&M associate professor of theatre, reflects on grief and healing as she watches her play, 'Dance of the Orcas,' being filmed at Hampton's Buckroe Beach. Learn more: https://www.wm.edu/news/stories/2021/on-buckroe-beach-filming-dance-of-the-orcas.php
Associate professor of art history Catherine Levesque discusses the Muscarelle Museum of Art's student curated exhibition "The Art of Well-Being."
Kelebogile Zvobgo, director of W&M's International Justice Lab, considers what a truth commission could contribute to an investigation of the Jan. 6 insurrection in Washington, D.C. Q&A with Dr. Zvobgo: https://www.wm.edu/news/stories/2021/race,-rights-and-reparations-what-a-u.s.-truth-commission-might-look-like-today.php
Director Alise Larder discusses the W&M Theatre production of "Citizen: An American Lyric."
Associate professor of art history Xin Conan-Wu describes the scope of the new student-curated exhibition at the Muscarelle Museum of Art. ( See https://muscarelle.wm.edu/ )
Anna Mroch, W&M director of planning and assessment, recently gave away the thousandth face mask she made in her converted living room.
W&M associate professor of English and American Studies Elizabeth Losh discusses her new book Hashtag.
As part of W&M’s commemoration of 100 years of coeducation, a group of faculty and students collaborated this semester to create the devised theatre piece "... & Mary,"
W&M's Opera Workshop rehearses English professor Nancy Schoenberger's new play 'Whitechapel Arias,' which recounts the experiences of victims of Jack the Ripper.
Three W&M English professors finish and publish 'Shakesplish,' a book left unfinished by their departed colleague Paula Blank.
Phillip Emanuel discusses Queen Mary utilizing documents and items from the Thomas G. and Louise Rowe Pullen Collection at Swem Library.
Falicity Wheless '18 created a tour of Jamestowne highlighting the experiences of women there.
W&M Glauber Fellow Talia Wiener '20 describes her digital-humanities project.
W&M Glauber Fellow Mbiye Kasonga'19 describes her digital-humanities project.
William & Mary's Inside Out Theatre brings words of diversity to the university community.
Lucy Greenman '22 performs an excerpt from 'Hashkiveinu' following the tragedy in Pittsburgh.
W&M's Omohundro Institute hosted a "Vast Early America WIkistorm" to add 100 women to Wikipedia.
Jaime Settle, associate professor of government, discusses her new book "Frenemies: How Social Media Polarizes America."
Doctoral student Toni Gay discusses the impact of creating a "transmedia" project during a recent study-abroad trip to Ireland under the direction of Pamela Eddy, professor of higher education.
Anne Rasmussen delivers the Fall 2018 Tack Faculty Lecture at William & Mary.
Saskia Mordijck, W&M professor of applied science, discusses her opportunity to take a lead role in an international project researching the fueling of fusion reactors.
At W&M, applied-science professor Saskia Mordijck is in partnership with Department of Energy personnel in an effort to fuel fusion reactors.
Artisia Green, associate professor of theatre, offers insights about the upcoming production of "The Children's Hour."
W&M researchers Dorothy Ibes and Tanya Stadelmann discuss video ecotherapy in light of their co-taught Reveley/Mellon course Communicating Environmental Science through Documentary Film.
Volunteers with the "Angels Project" of the Costume Society of America help catalog and preserve pieces of the university's "theatre study collection." More information at https://www.wm.edu/news/stories/2018/costume-shop-prepares-for-big-move-out-of-pbk.php.
W&M's synthetic biology labs partner with Jamestown High School students in research.
W&M professor of history Chitralekha Zutshi discusses her new book "Kashmir: History, Politics, Representation."
Elizabeth Losh discusses stories that are not real during her presentation of W&M's 13th Tack Lecture "Fake News for Real People."
Dorothy Ibes, a lecturer in W&M's Environmental Science and Policy Program, leads a "mindfulness" walk to promote Exercise is Medicine on campus.
Members of William & Mary's ESLI (Eco-Schools Leadership Initiative) recycle materials to make musical instruments at Matthew Whaley Elementary School.
Nancy Schoenberger, W&M professor of English, discusses her new book "Wayne and Ford: The Films, The Friendships and the Forging of an American Hero."
Marna Ashburn '85 discusses her new book "Marriage During Deployment: A Memoir of a Military Marriage."
W&M dance students rehearse under the direction of renowned Indian artist Laxmi Narayan Tripathi.
Rehearsal footage of "Green and Gold," a tribute to the first residential African-American students at William & Mary. Features choreography by Leah Glenn, associate professor of dance, poetry by Hermine Pinson, professor of art, and dance by Camille Estrella '11, Allyson Ross '06 and Olivia Armstrong '14.
W&M professors Heather Macdonald (geology) and Pamela Eddy (education) discuss ongoing efforts to create faculty 'change agents' for the nation's two-year colleges.
Lianghao Liu leads a martial-arts class during the Confucius Institute's Chinese Culture Summer Camp.
Associate professor of art Nicole Santiago paints, in part, as a means of making sense of her life.
A look at the 2017 senior art show at William & Mary.
Guest lighting designer Martha Mountain '86 returns to her alma mater to work on a PBK mainstage production.
Erin Heald '18 works in Associate Professor Ray McCoy's lab to investigate the effects running on cambered roadways has on female recreational runners.
W&M student Kayla Weldon discusses her dance piece "Trinity."
Assistant professor of world theatre Claire Pamment discusses her documentary project that helps a transgender community in Pakistan extend its public expression.
Scenes from the "Building a Vocal Community: The Power of Song" workshop conducted by Dr. Ysaye Barnwell at William & Mary.
Francie Cate-Arries, W&M professor of Hispanic studies, led her students to create English subtitles for the documentary "Three Days in July."
Associate professor of theatre Elizabeth Wiley discusses her work as an audiobook narrator.
Recent graduate Brittany Liu '16 prepares for the leading role in an upcoming Virginia Shakespeare Festival production of "Romeo and Juliet."
Graduate student Caitlin Cyrus (M.S. '16) discusses her floral analysis of the university's College Woods.
Graphic memoirist Nicole Georges leads a writing class as the university's Donaldson writer-in-residence.
News excerpt of Ann Marie Stock delivering the ninth Tack Faculty Lecture titled "Remix and Revolution in Cuba."