Events in the College of Arts and Humanities

Wednesday, February 06, 2019

  • Silent Lines Exhibition (Recurring Event)

    UCF Art Gallery

    EXHIBITION: Silent Lines by Yvette L. Cummings Arendt Yvette Cummings Arendt states: “My studio practice thematically explores child abuse, adolescence and maternal struggles. My abuse happened as a child; now as the mother of three young girls I confront these memories from multiple perspectives. The work presents a moment of transition between the abuses of the past, the joys and …

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  • French Café - French Conversation Hour (Recurring Event)

    TCH: 211

    Come to the French café to improve your French communication skills and meet new friends. This activity is for students with at least an intermediate level of French, and native speakers are welcome. It is offered every other Wednesday. The activity lasts for one hour, but feel free to stop by for as much time as you want and bring …

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  • Faculty Research Colloquium: Beyond Indiana Jones: Digital Storytelling in Archaeology

    Trevor Colbourn Hall: 101

    Beyond Indiana Jones: Digital Storytelling in Archaeology presented by Dr. Tiffany Earley-Spadoni, Assistant Professor of History Popular films and video games featuring beloved characters such as Indiana Jones and Lara Croft frequently portray archaeologists engaged in poor professional practices. While such depictions may inspire interest in the field, they do little to show what archaeologists actually do and how they …

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