The Spring 2015 academic internship will be taught by graduate coordinators Jessica Taylor and Kyle Bridge. Applications are due December 1, 2014.
Dr. Ortiz discussed the period preceding the Civil Rights Movement of the 1960s on September 26, 2014, in “Preparing for the Civil Rights Movement,” part of the museum’s series with prominent leaders and historians.
The MFH presents “Civil Rights in the Sunshine State” through artifacts, videos, interactive elements, and narratives.
The Mt. Carmel Baptist Church, with Rev. Milford Griner, will remember Rosa Parks and honor local leaders with the Quiet Courage Awards on Sunday, December 7 at 3:30 p.m. Past honorees have… Read More
SPOHP worked with StoryCorps last year to bring Latino students, Florida Opportunity scholars, and local community groups into the initiative, and SPOHP’ers also participated as interview teams. Read more from NYT.
Every semester, SPOHP’s interns are in some way touched by United States servicemen, past and present. Whether they transcribe a sixty-year-old recording with one of the last living Civil War… Read More
The UF History Department highlighted SPOHP’s inaugural Virginia Fieldwork in Folklore research trip, organized by graduate coordinator Jessica Taylor to bring students into the tidewater region and collect oral histories.