First-generation college graduate shares stories of the past through podcasts

January 15, 2019  As a first-generation college graduate, Holly Baker is ready and eager to embark on her career as a public historian....

John C. Hitt Library hosts exhibit on Zora Neale Hurston and historic African American community

January 15, 2019  The UCF History Department exhibit, Zora Neale Hurston’s ‘Native Village’: Historic Eatonville Remembered, hosted on the first-floor gallery wall in...

Veterans Legacy Program launches into 2019

December 07, 2018  After a successful year of initiatives, Veterans Month and a commemoration in St. Augustine, UCF’s Veterans Legacy Program team reflects...

RICHES partner remembers World War I soldier’s sacrifice

December 06, 2018  The Geneva Historical & Genealogical Society, one of the earliest community partners of RICHES, held a memorial service on October...

Exploring early modern global migration patterns through written correspondence

December 06, 2018  History professor Dr. Rosalind Beiler has been examining how correspondence networks among European Quakers, Mennonites and Pietists shaped early modern...

Gaming for Good

November 28, 2018  Led by a UCF alum, Hero Spark is an after-school program that uses role-playing games to help teenagers improve their...

History Professor Appears on American Anthropologist

November 17, 2018  UCF History Professor Tiffany Earley-Spadoni was recently featured in podcast Anthropological Airwaves, the flagship journal of the American Anthropological Association. In...

UCF Veterans Legacy Program Inspires Orlando Resident to Share Family History

October 25, 2018  Bernie Daniels re-enlisted in the Army when the United States decided to join the fray of World War I.  Having...