The American Association of Ukrainian Studies Honors Book by Vladimir Solonari
May 06, 2021 The American Association of Ukrainian Studies awarded honorable mention to Vladimir Solonari’s book, A Satellite Empire: Romanian Rule in Southwestern Ukraine, 1941-1944. Solonari is an associate professor of history and his research focuses on the policy of ethnic cleansing in World War II Romania.
A Decade of Digitally Preserving the Past
May 05, 2021 In celebration of the project’s tenth anniversary, explore the past by reading the 2020-2021 RICHES in Review publication, featuring some of RICHES’ projects and research initiatives.
Gabriel Marino Selected for 32nd Annual ACA Student Exhibition
May 05, 2021 A studio art student with a concentration in photography has been selected to exhibit in the 32nd Annual University Student Exhibition presented by the Atlantic Center for the Arts.
Christian Ravela Provides Insight Through a Brief History of Asian American Racism
April 30, 2021 Christian Ravela, an assistant professor of philosophy who specializes in critical race theory, cultural studies and Asian American studies, provides some context on racism that dates back to the beginning of Asian individuals’ migration to the United States during the 1800s.
Alumni Poet Spotlight: Emma Reinhardt ’16 ’19MFA
April 30, 2021 Emma Reinhardt ’16 ’19MFA is a poet whose work explores the juxtaposition between the expectations we have of life, relationships, society, and gender roles as children with the realities we face in our adulthoods.
Staff Awards Recognize Dedication and Exemplary Service
April 29, 2021 The annual college staff awards recognize employees who have delivered exemplary service to the college and UCF.
Remembering Paul W. Wehr
April 28, 2021 Paul W. Wehr was a part of the UCF History Department from its inception through 1995, making a remarkable impact on UCF and surrounding communities.
CAH Faculty Members Receive Tenure and Promotion in 2021
April 26, 2021 In 2021, 28 arts and humanities faculty members received promotion or tenure to recognize their dedication to the university.
Pegasus PlayLab returns with virtual and outdoor plays
April 23, 2021 This summer, Theatre UCF’s Pegasus PlayLab returns in virtual and outdoor formats. Pegasus PlayLab is a festival at the University of Central Florida dedicated to developing plays by emerging playwrights from around the country. Each summer, audiences are invited to hear staged readings and experience full productions and workshops of...
UCF Researchers Launch Digital Version of World-renowned 18th Century Dictionary
April 15, 2021 Johnson’s Dictionary is considered one of the most influential works of English literature of all time — and now, thanks to researchers in the College of Arts and Humanities, it can be easily accessed online.
What is Ramadan?
April 15, 2021 UCF’s program director of Islamic studies discusses the month-long celebration and how to be respectful of those who partake in it.
Photos That Capture the Creativity of 2021 UCF Celebrates the Arts
April 14, 2021 Although UCF Celebrates the Arts looked a little different this year, the heart of the annual festival remained the same: the arts are built on community.
UCF Professor Brings Online Classes to Life with Custom TV Shows
April 13, 2021 With the help of UCF’s Center for Distributed Learning, Ken Hanson, Professor of Judaic Studies, transports online students to the Middle East.
UCF’s Theatre for Young Audiences Program Is Much More Than a Niche Field
April 12, 2021 “The Grumpiest Boy in the World,” which will be performed at Celebrates the Arts, is the latest production out of the Theatre for Young Audiences program — an important arts education field that provides a range of skills and career opportunities.
Video: UCF Music charges on and adapts during Covid-19
April 12, 2021 UCF Symphony Orchestra Director, Chung Park, and UCF Percussion faculty member, Thad Anderson, discuss how UCF Music adapted during the Covid-19 pandemic. Their year of hard work culminates in their first live performances in front of an audience at UCF Celebrates the Arts 2021.
UCF band embraces diversity in season ending performance
April 12, 2021 UCF’s wind ensemble and symphonic band ended their season by celebrating diverse composers Thursday evening.
UCF SoAl Chorus sings 19th Amendment’s praises
April 12, 2021 The centerpiece of the group’s rehearsal, a piece titled “Suffrage Cantata,” pays tribute to the passage of the 19th Amendment, which granted American women the right to vote.
Visual Arts Take Center Stage at UCF Celebrates the Arts
April 09, 2021 This year, UCF Celebrates the Arts will feature a series of events highlighting the visual arts and visual artists at UCF from April 2 to 10.
2021 Founders’ Day Awards Honor Excellence in the Arts and Humanities
April 07, 2021 Faculty members from across the college were honored for the 2021 Founders’ Day Honors Convocation, which recognizes UCF faculty members and students from across disciplines for their academic achievements, contributions and tenures.
Reach for the Stars Honorees Pushing the Boundaries of Earth and Space
April 07, 2021 Five faculty members were recognized for their outstanding research and creative activity, including Mel Stanfill, assistant professor of English and Texts and Technology.