Dr. Rosalind Beiler, Director of Public History was recently honored with the Life @ UCF Women Faculty Excellence in Academic Partnership Award. The award honors faculty who are currently running academic partnerships in the Central Florida region.
UCF Architecture students, under the guidance of Mike Lindsey and Kourtney Baldwin, recently completed a semester-long project in coordination with the Department of History’s Public History Center in Sanford.
RICHES' Senior Programmer Analyst Connie Harper was selected as one of 20 digital humanities software developers invited to participate in the Speaking In Code symposium and summit.
The UCF Community Veterans History Project received a $11,000 grant from the Anne J. Caudal Foundation this week. The award will support efforts to collect, share and preserve the oral histories of veterans in the Central Florida community, and to make them available on online database.
In recognition of the quincentennial of Ponce de Leon's first visit to Florida (1513), the Florida Historical Quarterly is publishing a series of Special Issues titled "500 Years of Florida History." Beginning in 2013, a Special Issue from this series will be published each consecutive year (two in 2016) that provides an overview of current interpretations and evaluation of historiographic trends relevant to the period being covered. This year's Special Issue (Volume 91, Number 3 - Winter 2013) is devoted to Sixteenth Century Florida and guest edited by Paul E. Hoffman, the Paul W. and Nancy W. Murrill Professor of History at Louisiana State University. In addition to book reviews, this Special Issue contains the following articles:
RICHES of Central Florida
Department of History