Events in the College of Arts and Humanities

Wednesday, January 31, 2024

  • Type Out Loud (Recurring Event)

    UCF Art Gallery

    Type Out LoudCurated by Ashley Taylor & Dori Griffin Broadside: A single sheet of paper printed on one side only. AKA: poster. Broadsides have been a popular ephemeral format for distributing news, announcements, advertisements, social commentary, and ballads for centuries. This exhibition highlights the social role broadsides play in communicating messages to public audiences. Designed to be plastered onto walls …

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  • Integrating Sources and Learning to Synthesize Workshop


    Working on a research project and not sure how to use the sources you’ve been finding? Then come to the University Writing Center! This workshop will provide guidance on quoting, paraphrasing, summarizing, and synthesizing sources to make the most of your research. Peer writing consultants will also be available to answer your individual questions. Bring any research assignments you’re working …

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  • Drop-In Drafting Lab (Recurring Event)

    Trevor Colbourn Hall 109: Trevor Colbourn Hall 109

    Starting a writing assignment, and don’t know where to begin? The University Writing Center’s Drop-In Drafting Lab can help! No appointments required — you can drop in during our open hours and: clarify assignment expectations develop a plan brainstorm ideas or just spend time writing!  Any and all writers are welcome! The Drafting Lab will be unavailable on the following …

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  • CHDR Presents: Sarah Bousfield, Luci Meier, Katherine Thurlow, and Melissa Rosero-Barros

    Center for Humanities and Digital Research: TCH 325

    VLP researchers Sarah Bousfield, Luci Meier, Katherine Thurlow, and Melissa Rosero-Barros, in cooperation with the Cheyenne, Arapaho, Kiowa, Comanche, and Caddo tribes, the National Park Service, Flagler College, and the Florida National Guard, participated in memorial events held November 15-16, 2023. The researchers interviewed tribal Veterans and descendants of the imprisoned Fort Marion Plains Indians (1875-1878). The researchers will share …

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