Posts Categorized: Research

Faculty Summer Research Spotlight: Dr. Yovanna Pineda

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 »

Summer Internship Spotlight: Brandon Nightingale

History graduate student Brandon Nightingale is currently interning at the National Museum of African American History and Culture in Washington, D.C. His work this summer focuses on researching and developing WWI White Papers that will become interpretations for future exhibitions, identifying replacements for Gallery Loans and conducting research relative to African American history associated with Arlington… Read more »

History Department’s Dr. Tiffany Earley-Spadoni has been published in the Journal of Archaeological Science

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 »

UCF History Alumnus Receives Florida Historical Society Award

Terrell Orr (MA History 2016) has won the 2016 Gov. LeRoy Collins Award from the Florida Historical Society for his MA Thesis titled “Conflict and Modernity in New South Florida’s Phosphate Mines, 1900-1930.” You can read the abstract for Orr’s thesis here. Named in honor of the late Gov. LeRoy Collins, a distinguished Floridian connected… Read more »

UCF History Students Showcase Their Research at the 2017 Graduate Research Forum

On Tuesday, April 4th, seven History graduate students showcased their research at UCF’s 2017 Graduate Research Forum. The Graduate Research Forum allows students from all disciplines to share their research and projects through academic posters. Along with creating a poster that showcases their work, students are given the opportunity to explain their research, answer questions… Read more »

VA Selects UCF Historians to Bring Deceased Veterans’ Stories to Life

A University of Central Florida team of scholars has been awarded a $290,000 contract from the national Cemetery Administration (NCA), an agency of the Veterans Administration, to bring the stories of veterans buried in the Florida National Cemetery to life for a new generation of students. UCF is one of three universities selected to launch… Read more »