We’ve gathered a list of five Latinx authors whose works we recommend reading, along with Spanish-language databases and other resources available from the Library.
“Portrait of a Poet—Revisited: William Edward West’s Percy Bysshe Shelley,” a new exhibition at UVA Library, makes a bold and compelling claim.
Featuring the visionary works of writers, artists, and thinkers of the Harlem Renaissance, “Their World As Big As They Made It” examines the creative and intellectual pursuits that defined Black American identity and political consciousness.
Two recent graduates who were members of the Library Student Council give advice to incoming students about the best study spots, technology resources, and escape rooms.
This summer, several UVA librarians have appeared in local and national news stories about pressing issues in literary world: book censorship in Virginia school and public libraries, authors concerned about AI technology, and trauma-informed archival practices.
To celebrate Caitlin Gerrard’s work, the Library's Digital Production Group celebrated with a creative photo shoot.
Through genealogy, 3D scanning, archival maintenance, and cataloging, UVA Library has worked to help resurface and preserve information about the Ivy Creek Natural Area, which has a fascinating history.
The National Archives’ National Historical Publications & Records Commission awarded UVA Library a $300,000 grant to run the program, which provides leadership training and experiential learning for mid-career archivists, from 2024 to 2026.
Celebrate the final weeks of UVA Library’s “Visions of Progress” exhibition with an afternoon of tintype portrait photography, a historic clothing collection show-and-tell, a zine workshop, free books, and more.
Brandon Butler, the University of Virginia Library’s Director of Information Policy, walks us through last week's rulings.