March 18, 2022
A VCU history professor is part of a team that has worked for years to win state and federal recognition of the Shockoe Hill African Burying Ground.
March 8, 2022
The book uses the words, thoughts and deeds of captives to reveal how urban environments in Anglo-America impacted and were affected by African descended people.
Meet the 5 interdisciplinary scholars who will be residential fellows this year at VCU’s Humanities Research Center
Jan. 19, 2022
The fellowship program provides faculty the opportunity to work on projects around a similar theme.
Jan. 11, 2022
The U.S. Holocaust Memorial Museum’s History Unfolded project is using crowdsourcing to better understand what Americans knew about the Holocaust from reading local newspapers.
Dec. 10, 2021
The project was done in partnership with the Virginia War Memorial as part of its work to gather information about the 1,303 Virginians listed on the memorial’s Shrine of Memory.
Oct. 15, 2021
The Alexandrian Society of VCU program will feature Erskine College professor John Harris, an expert in American slavery in the 19th century.
VCU professor is named recipient of Virginia Museum of History & Culture’s William M.E. Rachal Award
Aug. 19, 2021
The award to Brian Daugherity is in recognition of an article documenting African American activism in Goochland County in the Jim Crow era.
April 21, 2021
Through the eyes of front-line medical worker Alexander Anderson, a forthcoming book by VCU history professor Carolyn Eastman will explore how New York grappled with yellow fever epidemics.
March 26, 2021
VCU graduate Annie Newton discusses “The Donna Reed Show” and how Reed, a celebrated actress, shaped feminism in the 1950s and 60s.