This free online information session for anyone considering applying for our new HBCU Fellowship was held Monday December 20, 2021. This opportunity will fund the humanities research of scholars affiliated …
In Encyclopedia Virginia
The question of how Indigenous stories are told—and by whom—is part of a long-overdue reckoning with the mainstream historical narrative in VA…
Q&A with Pocahontas Reframed’s festival director Bradby Brown
In the five years since the inception of The Pocahontas Reframed Film Festival, it has grown to become the largest Native American film festival on the East Coast. Scroll through the program roster, and the secret to the festival’s success becomes obvious.
Op-Ed by Matthew Gibson
October is one of my favorite months. There is Halloween, which, as a child and now childish parent, I’ve always thought should be a federal holiday. And October is a time to reflect on and celebrate the importance of creative expression and the human experience, because it is National Arts and Humanities Month!