Belonging to Exile: The Elusive Homelands of the Sephardic Jews
The defense will be held Monday April 17 in the North Oval room of the Rotunda at 9am.
“Transnational Racial Identities in Twentieth-Century Cuba and Brazil”
The defense will be held Thursday April 13 at Pavilion VIII 103 at 10am.
We hope you will join us at the Distinguished Majors Symposium on Wednesday (Apr 12) at 5:00PM in New Cabell 485.
A reception will follow in New Cabell 452.
Here's a breakdown of all the events we'll be having throughout the week:
March 27: UndocuALLY Training
New Cabell 389-- 6:00 PM- 8:30 PM
On Friday, April 7th, the http://csdk.shanti.virginia.edu/ will be hosting a Page-Barbour conference featuring Matt Jockers, Professor of English at the University of Nebraska and Director of the Nebraska Literary Lab. Jockers is former Director of the Stanford Literary Lab and is well known for his work on computational text analysis.
Please join us on Monday, March 27 at 5 pm in Small Special Collections for a talk by Jeremy Sabloff (Christopher H. Browne Distinguished Professor of Anthropology, Emeritus, University of Pennsylvania and Santa Fe Institute), "How Maya Archaeologists Discovered the 99% through the Study of Pre-Columbian Settlement Patterns."
News & Announcements
January 22, 2018
Most impt is: ACCEPTING APPLICATIONS FOR THE GORI ART MUSEUM INTERNSHIPS IN ITALY (deadline Feb. 2; see Prof. Ward - aw7h - for info)
January 6, 2018
From February 9–11th at Helms Theater, the University of Virginia Spanish Theater Group will be presenting its production, in its original language, of Argentine ... Read»