“When someone dies, when we fall in love, when people get married – at moments of heightened feeling, we often turn to the compressed, memorable and vivid language of poetry,” says English professor Jahan Ramazani. more >
After rediscovering a painting attributed to the Dutch master in its collection, The Fralin Museum of Art at UVA launched an investigation stretching from mid-20th-century Albemarle County to the present-day UVA Health System. more >
UVA has taken on the subject of black girlhood in several ways – on the academic front, through an emerging interdisciplinary field of scholarship, and in positive community engagement to help girls of color thrive. more >
Discover highlights and new additions to the 23rd annual Virginia Festival of the Book, which begins March 22. more >
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Liu fell in love with dance as a young teenager in Beijing. He has spent four years at UVA honing his craft while also gearing up for a business career – and finding unexpected connections between his passions. more >
Groups like the UVA Jazz Ensemble are helping to ensure that the genre – begun more than a century ago in New Orleans and first recorded in 1917 – is alive and well at UVA. more >
Sonia Cabell’s expertise in early language and literacy development is reaching millions of children worldwide through her work advising Nickelodeon’s Nick Jr. cable channel. more >