Ashon Crawley in WashPo: The future of the Black church includes its ability to reckon with how it has treated its queer members
Marlene Daut shared her expert insights following the Haitian President's assassination. Daut featured in virtually every media imaginable: ... More
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Marlene Daut awarded fellowship for her project "Awakening the Ashes: An Intellectual History of Haiti" which seeks to produce an... More
Professor Kevin Gaines featured in WASHPO article: "Northam can remove Lee statue in Richmond, judge rules"
Former Woodson Fellows Kristin Philips and John Thabiti Willis were finalists for the 2019 the African Studies Association Book Prize
Ashon Crawley awarded the Judy Tsou Critical Race Studies Award by the American Musicological Society
Ashon Crawley published an opinion piece for NPR Music, "Forgotten: The Things We Lost In Kanye's Gospel Year"
Woodson Fellow Nzingha Kendall received 2020 UNDO Fellowship at UnionDocs Center for Documentary Art
Andrew Kahrl won Connecticut Book Award for best non-fiction book from the Connecticut Center for the Book
UVA TODAY: Deborah McDowell Lauds Powerful Prose of her Friend, Toni Morrison