Three scholars, namely Zev Garber, Lev Hakak, and Shmuel Katz have recently undertaken to edit a jubilee volume (Festschrift) in honor of Moshe Pelli, authority on the Hebrew Haskalah (the Jewish Enlightenment), as well as longtime Director of the Interdisciplinary Program in Judaic Studies and the Abe and Tess Wise Endowed Professor of Judaic Studies… Read more »
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Dr. Rosalind Beiler, Associate Professor of History, received a Community Based Research Grant from the Office of Research and Community Engagement at the Burnett Honors College to partner with History Revealed, Inc., a historical research organization that focuses the public education of lesser-known groups of people from the past. The Community Based Research Grant is… Read more »
The Harvester: The Memories behind the Machinery Dr. Yovanna Pineda spent three weeks in Argentina directing her documentary The Harvester. Joining her was Professor Scott Launier, UCF Department of Writing and Rhetoric, who assisted with filming, lighting, and driving through towns and cities in Santa Fé province to record interviews, nature, and farm machinery. Often… Read more »
Associate Professor of History and Director of Public History, Scot French was recently recognized as one of Winter Park Magazine’s Most Influential People for 2017. Read why “The Historian” was selected by clicking here.
RICHES (the Regional Initiative for Collecting the History, Experiences and Stories) includes a permanent archive of Resilience: Remembering Pulse and Pulse: A Consultation, plus five additional projects: Florida Pride and Shame by Amanda Polk; Black in White by Kimari Jackson; Literature for the Resistance by Jaclyn Crawford; Central Florida Pulse: The Tragedy of Place and… Read more »
The Committee, created by the Honors Advanced Documentary Workshop Class at UCF under the advisement of faculty members Robert Cassanello (History) and Lisa Mills (SVAD), is a documentary about the little-known Florida Legislative Investigative Committee of the State Legislature from 1956-1965. The documentary is currently available to watch on WUCF TV and will be rebroadcast… Read more »
History Department’s Dr. Tiffany Earley-Spadoni has been published in the Journal of Archaeological Science. Her article, “Spatial History, deep mapping and digital storytelling: archaeology’s future imagined through an engagement with the Digital Humanities,” argues for collaboration between GIS specialists and digital humanists, as well as collaboration in deep mapping, digital storytelling and data visualization. Earley-Spadoni also highlights… Read more »
Read on Dr. Shofner’s career at UCF in the Orlando Sentinel by clicking here.
UCF History Department’s Dr. Olivia Sohns has recently published an article entitled “The Future Foretold: Lyndon Baines Johnson’s Congressional Support for Israel” in a recent issue of Diplomacy & Statecraft. Click here to read the article.
Professor Martínez-Fernández was recently published in the Orlando Sentinel. His article, “Are Latinos invisible? Watch TV and you’ll believe it’s so”, delves into the invisibility of Latinos on television. To read Professor Martínez-Fernández’s article, please click here.