In the Spring of 2021, with the support of the Race, Place, and Equity grant from the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation, the University of Virginia launched a multiyear project to expand the undergraduate curriculum, diversify the faculty, and build relationships with local communities who have historically been marginalized from and directly harmed by their contact with the university.
The College and Graduate School of Arts and Sciences at the University of Virginia has launched a multiyear faculty hiring initiative devoted to Race, Justice and Equity, building on a broad range of recent commitments, including an Andrew W.
Delta Pi Hispanic Honor Society Presents....Contemporary Poetry Night with Professors Valverde and Díaz Granados Monday, November 8, 2021, Monroe 130, 6:00 pm. Join us for a night of poetry and a discussion about the role of poetry in modern society.
SIGMA DELTA PI HISPANIC HONOR SOCIETY PRESENTS .
CONTEMPORARY POETRY NIGHT WITH PROFESSORS VALVERDE AND DÍAZ GRANADOS
MO N D A Y 1 1 . 0 8 . 2 1 • MO N R O E 1 3 0 @ 6 PM
J O I N U S F O R A N I G H T O F P O E T R Y A N D A D I S C U S S I O N A B O U T T H E R O L E O F P O E T R Y I N M O D E R N S O C I E T Y .
Studying Race, Class & Gender:
A Graduate Workshop Series on Research Methods Across the Disciplines
Join us on Wednesday, November 10 from 5-6pm EST for a discussion facilitated by Rebeca Barry (PhD candidate, English, UVa), on "Examining Intersectionality in Performance Pedagogy and Considering Cultures of Theater"
On November 5 at 9:45 (EST), Ricardo Padrón will deliver the keynote address at the Renaissance Society of America's online symposium,Tomorrow's Renaissance. Ricardo's talk, "The Place of China and the Global Renaissance," will kick off a two-day event dedicated to exploring new directions in scholarship for the period 1300–1700. The entire event is open to the public and will be available remotely to audience members wishing to join on Zoom.
Please join us on Nov. 4 at 6 pm in Clark Hall Room 107 for a talk by one of the leading scholars of Latin American visual history, spatial thinking, and Indigenous studies.
From the Institute of World Languages: thanks to a collaborative program with Duke and Vanderbilt Universities, UVA students can study a range of less-commonly taught languages. By pooling our resources, these three universities have made available language study and summer immersion programs in Maya K'iche', Haitian Kreyòl, Turkish, and Swahili.
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Fall 2022, Tuesday & Thursday 12:30-13:45
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