The Sneak Reviews Collection Is Ready for Check-Out

Charlottesville residents and former UVA students may remember Sneak Reviews—a beloved video rental store known for its collection of art and cult films, indie films, documentaries, foreign films, classic films, and critically-acclaimed television shows. It was just down Ivy Road … Continue reading

The HistoryMakers Digital Archive offers Fellowship opportunities for Faculty & Students

As part of a two-year $1,000,000 grant from Andrew W. Mellon Foundation, the HistoryMakers Digital Archive is funding three fellowships—one in academic research, another in digital humanities, and a third in creative study. University Librarian John Unsworth is leading the effort to … Continue reading

Join the UVA Library Council & make the Library an even Better Place

The Library invites all undergrads to register and come to an interest meeting of the UVA Library Student Council on January 29th at 6:00 p.m. in Clemons 407. Change is coming to Alderman Library in the next few years, and with … Continue reading

The Library invites you to honor the legacy of Dr. King with the game “Factuality”

As part of UVA’s Martin Luther King celebration, the Library and the Commerce school invite you to register and come to the 3rd Floor Art Gallery of Rouss Hall and Robertson Hall on Wednesday, January 23rd  from 5:00–7:00 p.m. for a … Continue reading

“Digital Virginias” brings together Digital Collecitons of Virginia and West Virginia

UVA and regional partners George Mason University, William & Mary, Virginia Commonwealth University, and Virginia Tech have joined with West Virginia University to bring together a combined set of historical materials in a new service hub, Digital Virginias, in the Digital … Continue reading

New University Archivist Bethany Anderson Joining Special Collections Staff October 22

The Library is pleased to announce that Bethany Anderson will join the Albert and Shirley Small Special Collections Library as the new University Archivist on October 22. Bethany comes to the Library from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign where … Continue reading

Going Back to Go Forward—Jacqueline Battalora Explores Significance of the term “White People”

Why does a former Chicago cop think it’s important to know that the term “white people” didn’t exist in America as a matter of law until 1681? What social and economic forces in colonial America invented a category of human … Continue reading