Exhibits

  • The Menokin Project: Re-imagining a Ruin

    The Menokin Foundation hopes to transform the historic mansion of Francis Lightfoot Lee and 500-acre classroom into an educational and environmental experience like no other. You are invited to step inside this unfolding story and glimpse the impact that this mysterious place has had on two photographers and one architect with an eye for the exceptional.
  • Beyond the History Books

    Slavery at William & Mary is a chapter that until recently had often been left out of written histories. From its founding in 1693 to the outbreak of the Civil War, the college owned, hired out, and rented slaves.
  • Re-Mixing the Old Dominion

    This exhibit explores Virginia's 35 years of hip-hop history through oral histories, curated playlists, artifacts, posters, and other archival materials in the William & Mary Hip Hop Collection.
  • Scholarship on Display: Economics Department

    Scholarship On Display is a rotating exhibit series showcasing faculty work from academic departments at the College of William & Mary. This installment features publications and research from current faculty members in the Economics Department.
  • The Warren E. Burger Office

    Special Collections is home to the papers of the late Warren E. Burger, Chief Justice of the Supreme Court.

  • Carl Roseberg Sculptures

    The sculptures of Carl Roseberg, as well as some paintings, are on display throughout Swem Library.

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