The new series, which launches Feb. 27, will focus on Southern race relations, culture and politics.
Terrence Johnson, professor of African American religious studies at Harvard University, will discuss his latest book on March 1.
Wingard Cunningham joins W&L from College of Wooster, where she is the Mildred Foss Thompson Professor of English and dean for faculty development.
Chantal Smith, assistant professor of economics, was selected for the one-year position to pursue research and course development.
The upcoming screening is the second installment in the DeLaney Center's ongoing film series.
In Case You Missed It
Center announces new personnel, supports research opportunities and introduces programs for the campus community.
The first From Screen to Square event will take place on Monday, Nov. 7.
Michael Hill, professor and chair of the Africana Studies program at Washington and Lee University, has been named the inaugural director of the University’s new DeLaney Center, an interdisciplinary academic center for teaching and research on Southern race relations, culture, and politics.
Under the Ted DeLaney Postdoctoral Program, Washington and Lee University is welcoming new faculty each year from underrepresented groups.
Washington and Lee University will name a new interdisciplinary academic center for teaching and research on Southern race relations, culture, and politics in honor of late professor of history emeritus Theodore “Ted” Carter DeLaney Jr. '85.
Looking for older stories? See the complete DeLaney Center archive.