The Albemarle Charlottesville Historical Society will be proud to host this memorable event on Friday evening, April 27 at 7pm: the one-time public screening of “West Main Street.”
Sandy Hausman reports that Books Behind Bars is now the subject of a documentary.
Host Coy talks with Charlottesville-based documentary filmmaker Chris Farina and University of Virginia Professor Andrew Kaufman.
Andrew D. Kaufman and Chris Farina talk about Books Behind Bars and Seats at the Table.
Out of all the courses students can take at the University, one of the most community-oriented choices is Books Behind Bars: Life, Literature, and Community Leadership.
From: Chris Farina It's been a while since the last newsletter due to work on a new educational documentary film. We just wrapped up the filming on a unique university class which brings together university students with juvenile prison residents as they meet on a...
The University of Virginia’s popular course, “Books Behind Bars: Life, Literature and Leadership,” has garnered a lot of media attention, thanks to its novel approach to juvenile justice.
The syndicated talk show Katie, hosted by UVa. alum Katie Couric, features Andrew Kaufman’s innovative program at the University of Virginia, taking the Russian classics to places they rarely see. “Books Behind Bars” is introducing young men behind bars to the works of Tolstoy, Dostoyevsky, and other great Russian writers.
ATLFF 2011: World Peace and Other 4th Grade Achievements Published on May 6, 2011 by El Hey Hey It was somewhat ironic to me that I saw the screening of World Peace and Other 4th-Grade Achievements on the same day, May 1st 2011, that President Obama announced to the...