Scholarship & Research Videos

Holmes: Trump and diplomacy
Holmes: Trump and diplomacy

W&M associate professor of government Marcus Holmes discusses insights from his book "Face-to-Face Diplomacy."

Exploring fusion: A path to power a sun
Exploring fusion: A path to power a sun

At W&M, applied-science professor Saskia Mordijck is in partnership with Department of Energy personnel in an effort to fuel fusion reactors.

W&M Theatre: 'The Children's Hour'
W&M Theatre: 'The Children's Hour'

Artisia Green, associate professor of theatre, offers insights about the upcoming production of "The Children's Hour."

Video ecotherapy: Toward a new modality
Video ecotherapy: Toward a new modality

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.

Ford and Wayne: Making an American hero
Ford and Wayne: Making an American hero

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."

Russian research with video: From St. Petersburg to Swem
Russian research with video: From St. Petersburg to Swem

Sasha Prokhorov, associate professor of Russian, and Cindy Centeno, media specialist, led a study-abroad trip to St. Petersburg with an emphasis on creating video documentaries. (Features soundtrack by the W&M Russian Music Ensemble.)

Holmes: The tweets of Trump
Holmes: The tweets of Trump

Marcus Holmes, assistant professor of government, talks about President Trump's use of digital diplomacy.

Hart, Frost and The Dismal Swamp
Hart, Frost and The Dismal Swamp

W&M professor of English Henry Hart discusses his new biography of Robert Frost and the trip to the Dismal Swamp that his research inspired.

Botticelli at the Muscarelle
Botticelli at the Muscarelle

Chief curator John Spike provides insights on the exhibition "Botticelli and the Search for the Divine" at the Muscarelle Museum of Art at William & Mary.

In class: Stone tools past and present
In class: Stone tools past and present

Neil Norman, associate professor of anthropology, discusses a 2-million year old stone tool he found in Djibouti while two of his students make their own newer tools.

"Building the Brafferton": Curators discuss the exhibition

Co-curators Danielle Moretti-Langholtz and Buck Woodard discuss "Building the Brafferton," an exhibition at the Muscarelle Museum of Art about the 18th-century Indian School at William & Mary. The exhibition is comprised of objects from the Muscarelle Museum of Art and other generous lenders, listed here: http://www.wm.edu/news/stories/2016/lenders-for-building-the-brafferton.php

In class: Customer Insights for Innovation
In class: Customer Insights for Innovation

Michael Luchs, associate professor of marketing and director of the Mason School's Jim and Bobbie Ukrop Innovation & Design Studio, conducts a class in observation.

Shark research at Wachapreague
Shark research at Wachapreague

Professor Kevin Weng describes his ongoing research with sharks at the Eastern Shore Lab of the Virginia Institute of Marine Science (VIMS).

Wiley: A voice for words
Wiley: A voice for words

Associate professor of theatre Elizabeth Wiley discusses her work as an audiobook narrator.

Photos of physics
Photos of physics

Selected images submitted during the recent PhysicsFest event at William & Mary.

Swem at 50: Research at its heart
Swem at 50: Research at its heart

Carrie Lynn Cooper, W&M dean of university libraries, discusses the past and future of Swem as it celebrates its 50th anniversary.