The novel “Ursula” is Brazil's first abolitionist novel and the first novel by an Afro-Brazilian woman.
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Brock's talk is titled "Speak of the Devil: Teaching Histories of the Supernatural."
The Lewis Whitaker Adams Professor of Economics Emeritus was 97.
Pakenas and Wortham joined the W&L Board of Trustees on October 15.
The new episode of "W&L After Class: The Lifelong Learning Podcast" features biology professor Nadia Ayoub, who explains her research with black widow spiders.
Washington and Lee has been selected as the new academic home of the Shepherd Higher Education Consortium on Poverty (SHECP) following a competitive application process. Tim Diette has been named executive director of the consortium.
This year, 14 W&L students won honors in the Classical Association of the Middle West and South Latin translation exam.
The anthology consists of 15 essays in Spanish and English that offer a fresh look at Spanish metafiction, not just in literature but also in television, film, theatre, photography and art.
Lynn Rainville discusses Black cemetery preservation in a recent NBC News article.
Professor Cody Watson's paper analyzes the use of deep learning in software engineering research.
Ford joins W&L from Skidmore College, where she is the Quadracci Chair in Social Responsibility, professor of sociology, founder of the Intergroup Relations Program, and director of the Center for Leadership, Teaching, and Learning.
Davies work looks at the setting of exchange rates in resource-rich developing countries.