Featured Exhibit

Graphic with a blue head with interconnected dots in the shape of a brain, with a speech bubble of text written in the International Phonetic Alphabet
April 29, 2022 to October 2, 2022

The William & Mary Linguistics program was founded in 1978 to provide students the opportunity to explore language as both a faculty of mind and a social institution. This exhibit highlights the dynamic and multi-faceted research and scholarship of the Linguistics program’s faculty, some co-authored with students.

Current Exhibits

  • Students in William & Mary's National Pan-Hellenic Council from various Black Greek Letter Organizations pose on the Sunken Garden steps.

    A history of Black Greek letter organizations at William & Mary

    February 1, 2022 to August 31, 2022
    Location: Marshall Gallery, 1st Floor Rotunda

    Unpacking the history and cultural heritage of Black Greek Letter Organizations is tedious; however, it is necessary to assist in the process of inclusion. This exhibit will offer nuanced ways of viewing Black Greek Letter Organizations through artifacts, books written about or by members of the Divine Nine organizations, and oral histories from individuals from William & Mary who joined campus chapters of these national organizations