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Events in the College of Arts and Humanities

Wednesday, February 05, 2020

  • Exhibit: Zora Neale Hurston’s ‘Native Village’: Historic Eatonville Remembered

    John C. Hitt Library

    The UCF History Department exhibit, Zora Neale Hurston’s ‘Native Village’: Historic Eatonville Remembered, hosted on the first-floor gallery wall in the John C. Hitt Library, explores Hurston’s anthropological research into the people, history, and culture of Eatonville. Curated by UCF Associate Professor of History and Director of Public History Dr. Scot French, the exhibit features photographs related to Hurston’s investigation …

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  • Gaudnekolor Pop by Walter Gaudnek (Recurring Event)

    UCF Art Gallery

    GAUDNEKOLOR POP, a solo exhibition by Walter Gaudnek, celebrates the artist’s 50th and final year as a professor in the School of Visual Arts and Design at the University of Central Florida. Walter Gaudnek and his daughter Yve Gaudnek (a current UCF film student) selected works for the exhibition that highlight the use of color in poetic figurative settings between …

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  • Café Francophone - French Conversation - cancelled through the end of March (Recurring Event)

    Trevor Colbourn Hall: Room 358B

    Come to the French café to improve your French communication skills and meet new friends. This activity is for students who want to improve their French skills, and native speakers are welcome. Feel free to stop by for as much time as you can and bring your coffee! Intermediate session is 1:30 pm to 2:30 pm, Beginner session is 2:30 …

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  • Faculty Book Talk: "A Satellite Empire: Romanian Rule in Southwestern Ukraine, 1941-1944" presented by Dr. Vladimir Solonari

    Trevor Colbourn Hall: 351

    Dr. Vladimir Solonari, UCF Associate Professor of History will discuss his new book, A Satellite Empire: Romanian Rule in Southwestern Ukraine, 1941-1944" in the 2020 Faculty Book Talk Series. Solonari's invaluable contribution to World War II history focuses on three main aspects of Romanian rule of Transnistria: with fascinating insights from recently opened archives, Solonari examines the conquest and delimitation …

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