SPOHP Accepting Applications for “What’s Brewing in the Sunshine State” Spring 2016 Internship!

Available to all students for course credit, the internship centers on the development and culture of Florida’s craft brewing industry. Applications are due December 1. Click for more details.

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Now Available: History of Eleuthera Island Oral History Project Talk

In SPOHP’s ongoing Project Talks series, anthropology graduate student Kelly Delancy talks about her project to document the history of Eleuthera Island in the Bahamas through collecting oral histories. Click to… Read More

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Representing SPOHP at the Vietnam Traveling Memorial Wall Exhibit in The Villages

Volunteers from the “Village Squad” of the Veterans History Project recently attended the Vietnam Traveling Memorial Wall exhibit at The Villages in November 2015. Tabling to represent the VHP collection, volunteers… Read More

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Newly Released Interview Video: University Gallery at 50, Class of (circa) 1965

Robert Fichter, Mernet Larsen, and Jerry Uelsmann were interviewed for the 50th Anniversary of University Gallery by Director Amy Vigilante in November 2015. Click to watch!

oct 2015 ldap blog

LDAP Familia WordPress Blog Newly Launches for Fall 2015

Coordinators for the Latina/o Diaspora in the Americas Project created a story box that speaks to resilience, resistance, love, and community in an exploration of the complexities of race and socioeconomic background.


Peace Corps Passport: Why I love serving in the Peace Corps

Read about UF alum and Sudanese refugee Peter Ter, a PC Response Volunteer in the Republic of Georgia. To access oral histories from local Returned Peace Corps Volunteers, contact SPOHP!


SPOHP Earns 2015 Diversity Award from the Society of American Archivists

SPOHP was recognized for ongoing work documenting community organizing, including the Latina/o Diaspora in the Americas Project (LDAP), newly founded in 2014. Coordinators Génesis Lara and Brittney Mejia accepted the award.