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Statements and resources on the Charlottesville violence

Statements from the University community and additional resources on the violence in Charlottesville on August 11–12. Read more »

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    The quiet spaces inside UVA’s 14 libraries take on new relevance in the digital age.

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[Jefferson] was, like almost all humans, a complex person and very much of his own time and society. At the same time, he sometimes had a rare capacity to think beyond that time and society (while often falling short in promoting the changes that his insights demanded).

Professor Alan S. Taylor, history department

Keswick - August 2017