The History Department hosts lectures, workshops and events for students, faculty and the UCF community.

Upcoming Events

  • Alexander Hamilton and the Newburgh Conspiracy: Military Politics at the Anxious End of the American Revolution

    Teaching Academy: 130

    History Department Research Colloquium Profosseor David Heads presents "Alexander Hamilton and the Newburgh Conspiracy: Military Politics at the Anxious End of the American Revolution" In early 1783 a political and military crisis threatened to end the American Revolution in chaos. The British had surrendered at Yorktown and peace negotiations were underway. But the nation was broke. Congress was weak. The ...

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  • How to Apply to Graduate School Workshop

    Graduate Student Center: Colbourn Hall, Suite 146

    Thinking about pursing a graduate degree in History? Phi Alpha Theta History Honor Sociey presents a How to Apply to Graduate School Workshop. The workshop will adress: What you need to do to apply How to make your application stand out from the crowd How to find the right program How to make yourself a stronger candidate How to ask ...

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  • Jerrell H. Shofner Lecture Series on Florida History and Culture

    Morgridge International Reading Center: Global Communications Room

    Florida and the Age of Terror Guest Speaker: Gary R. MorminoFrank E. Duckwell Professor Emeritus of Florida Historyat the University of South Florida St. Petersburg. Dr. Mormino holds the position of scholar in residence at the Florida Humanities Council. His books include Immigrants on the Hill and the Immigrant World of Ybor City, published by University of Illinois Press. In ...

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  • Khalil Osiris Presents "Change Your Mindset"

    UCF Student Union Key West: Room 218A

    Africana Studies presents the James Weldon Johnson Lecture Series In this insightful and inspiring talk, Khalil Osiris uses his story of 20 years in prison as a launching point to explore ways in which most of us keep ourselves in prisons of our own making without ever actually being incarcerated. You will learn how self-imposed limitations function as a form ...

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  • RICHES presents An Oral History Workshop

    Teaching Academy: 117

    Attend a free informative session on conducting oral history interviews Receive helpful tips on developing interview questions Learn the steps to take prior to and after the interview is complete Participate in a mock interview

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