HISTORIAN KEVIN GAINES IS UVA’S FIRST JULIAN BOND PROFESSOR
By Anne E. Bromley
On a bright autumn afternoon in Cleveland more than... More
“FEAR OF BLACK MEN” MAY NO LONGER BE A DEFENSE
Will the Laquan McDonald case prove to be a beginning?
Marlene L.... More
New York Times: "Hurricane Florence and the Displacement of African-Americans along the Carolina Coast"
Andrew Karhl publishes article in the NYT: "Hurricane Florence and the Displacement of African-Americans along the Carolina Coast"
The Journal of Blacks in Higher Education: "University of Virginia to Launch a Crowdsourced Transcription Effort of Julian Bond’s Papers"
Talitha LeFlouria has been awarded a coveted and prestigious fellowship from the Carnegie Corporation for her new project, “The Search for Jane... More
Marlene L. Daut, Associate Professor of African-American and African Studies and American studies, launches digital resource for... More
Julius Fleming named the 2018 Nancy Weiss Malkiel Scholar, by the Woodrow Wilson National Fellowship Foundation
Outgoing post-doctoral fellow, Julius Fleming, has been named ... More
Telisha Dionne Bailey, Woodson post-doctoral fellow, was awarded the 2018 Medgar and Myrlie Evers Research Scholarship, a... More
Kwame E. Otu awarded a 2018 NCH Summer Fellowship from the National Humanities Center at Research Triangle Park, North Carolina
Kwame E. Otu, Assistant Professor of African-American and African Studies, awarded a 2018 NCH Summer Fellowship from the National... More
Deborah E. McDowell receives the Distinguished Women's Scholar Award from Purdue University's Susan Bulkeley Butler Center for Leadership Excellence
Deborah E. McDowell, Director of African-American and African Studies and Alice Griffin Professor of English, receives the ... More
Ashon Crawley is awarded prestigious award from the Yale Institute of Sacred Music. For more information about the fellowship visit: ... More
Woodson Faculty Feature at the Virginia Festival of the Book
Andrew Karhl debuted his new book "Free the Beaches:... More
FROM UVA TODAY
"When he sent the word out in the fall about the daylong Saturday workshop, “Resources for Teaching the History of... More
UVA TODAY: WOODSON INSTITUTE’S ‘AUGUST IN PERSPECTIVE: CREATIVE RESPONSES’ CALLS TO BODY AND SOUL
Lyndsey Beautin (Carter G. Woodson pre-doctoral fellow) is the author of an essay on how sensational, sexualized imagery is often... More
Tony C. Perry (Carter G. Woodson Institute pre-doctoral fellow) published an article in Slavery & Abolition – A Journal of... More
Statement from the Carter G. Woodson Institute for African American and African Studies Regarding President Trump's Executive Order on Immigration
All inhabitants of the globe are now neighbors.
--Martin Luther King, Jr. “The... More
Professor Talitha Leflouria "Chained in Silence: A History of Black Women and Convict Labor" Lecture
Lecture by award-winning historian Talitha L. LeFlouria (University of Virginia) on the plight of post-Civil War black women prisoners and their... More