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Writing for The Conversation, a UVA professor of Slavic languages and literatures explains the origins of the vampire myth, and its connection to disease, political upheaval and fears of societal breakdown.
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The spacecraft Lucy will carry a plaque, including Dove’s poetry and other words of wisdom, created as a time capsule – not for unknown aliens, but for our own descendants.
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The 2021-22 shows, performed by graduate and undergraduate students, are commentaries on social and environmental challenges in the modern world.
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The 34th annual Virginia Film Festival, led by UVA and its offices of the Provost and Vice Provost for the Arts, will screen more than 85 films Oct. 27-31.
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The lead gift from Tessa Ader will transform the arts at UVA by providing a home for concerts, dance, theater and interdisciplinary art forms.
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.
This fall, he’s teaching “Form & Theory of Fiction,” a seminar for creative writing graduate students, and an advanced fiction course for undergraduates.
Third-year student Davon Okoro is both a nursing student and fashion designer. His company, Guérison Globale – founded during quarantine – offers a range of spirited designs informed by Okoro’s passion for health care, hip-hop and art.