Recent Articles by

Anne E. Bromley

September 17, 2021
The travel guides, known as “the Green Books,” reveal part of 20th-century U.S. history and how African Americans tried to avoid racism on the road.
September 17, 2021
This fall, he’s teaching “Form & Theory of Fiction,” a seminar for creative writing graduate students, and an advanced fiction course for undergraduates.
September 07, 2021
Through her work directing the Office of African-American Affairs’ Peer Advisor Program, she has “built stairways” for UVA students, leading to a sense of shared achievement.
September 03, 2021
Described as “one of America’s most important voices in preserving historic landscapes,” Bates recently appeared on Netflix’s “High on the Hog,” one of many ways she is spreading the word about African American history.
August 24, 2021
UVA English professors called the new film, “The Green Knight,” a “wildly inventive riff” and “a worthy retelling bound to spawn even more, proving again that the old stories are the richest.”
August 19, 2021
First-year students – and second-year resident advisers and University Greeters, too – said they were looking forward to “the full UVA experience” – in-person and on Grounds.
August 17, 2021
Dorrie Fontaine, dean emerita of UVA’s School of Nursing, and associate nursing professor Natalie May offer approaches to foster well-being in student and novice nurses in their new book.
August 09, 2021
UVA anthropologists China Scherz and Jarrett Zigon discuss the rise in overdose deaths, offering ideas for understanding this health crisis and different ways of healing.
August 05, 2021
Leidy Klotz’s book, “Subtract,” has much to say about why we should – and how we can – think of subtraction as a way to solve problems and improve the world.
July 09, 2021
Three professors whose scholarship focuses on Haiti – Marlene Daut, Laurent Dubois and Robert Fatton – provide background and possible next steps for the country.

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