The “2016 Survey of American Political Culture” by the Institute for Advanced Studies in Culture reveals the troubling pulse of the American electorate, from distrust of politicians to suspicions about Wall Street and a system “rigged” to benefit the wealthiest Americans.
While most Americans are focused on the national stage, Assistant Professor Gabrielle Kruks-Wisner teaches how to make an impact in the political arenas that directly affect us the most: the ones in our hometowns.
A symposium organized in remembrance of Julian Bond, one of the most prominent advocates for social justice to emerge from the American Civil Rights Movement and an Arts & Sciences faculty member for 20 years, will open next week, on October 20.
Rouhoullah “Ruhi” K. Ramazani, a University of Virginia professor emeritus of government and foreign affairs who dedicated his life to UVA and to promoting political understanding of Iran-U.S. relations, died on Oct. 5 in Charlottesville. He was 88.
In her sixth book, “Nine Island,” Alison finds patterns in real life to create the narrative that includes translating Ovid’s stories of sexual transformation and thinking about her status as a woman on her own at 50
European Studies, which is a new M.A. program within Arts & Sciences, as well as the East Asia Center and the Center for Russian, East European and Eurasian Studies all recently appointed its new directors.