November 7, 2022
Launched in October 2021, the Karsh Institute's One Small Step project has since recorded more than 80 conversations, both virtually and in-person, with participants from around the Charlottesville area.
November 4, 2022
Jered Cooper, a third-year student and government major, won UVA's second annual Oratory Competition sponsored by the Karsh Institute of Democracy and partners across the university.
October 18, 2022
The Karsh Institute’s Memory Project hosted a screening of its documentary film, “Unveiling: The Origins of Charlottesville's Monuments,” which focuses on the construction of Confederate monuments between 1909 and 1924 in Charlottesville.
Members of the Karsh Institute of Democracy’s advisory board at the University of Virginia will meet for the first time since being formed last month.
It also happens to be Jan. 6, the infamous date associated with the 2021 storming of the U.S. Capitol
UVA’s Karsh Institute of Democracy today announced its inaugural advisory board, a diverse roster with members ranging from a former Supreme Court justice to the co-founder of the Reddit social news aggregation site.
For the next chapter of its mission, StoryCorps aims to document and put a spotlight on the stories that unite rather than divide people, and is partnering with the University of Virginia and the College and Graduate School of Arts & Sciences’ Democracy Initiative.