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“Gator Tales” Performance Gallery Now Online

Digital Humanities Coordinator Deborah Hendrix photographed the “Gator Tales” performance and discussion for the UF School of Theatre and Dance show. A film version will be available to the public in… Read More


Now Available: “The More Things Change, The More They Remain the Same: Race in America” with Dr. Bill Chafe

The lecture, delivered by Dr. Chafe at the February 5 public program, is now available on YouTube. Dr. Chafe is the Alice Mary Baldwin Professor of History at Duke University, where… Read More

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Congratulations to Sandy Burnett, SPOHP’s Community Volunteer of the Quarter for Fall 2014!

Sandy Burnett, who has volunteered for the Samuel Proctor Oral History Program for over a year, was initially recruited by Veterans History Project Coordinator Ann Smith to assist SPOHP’s Digital Humanities… Read More


“Gator Tales” Gives Successful Final Performance to Full House on Feb. 22

Congratulations to the cast and crew of “Gator Tales” with UF’s School of Theatre and Dance! The show was sold out for each performance last weekend. Click to read a recent… Read More

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UF College of Theatre and Dance Releases “Gator Tales” Behind-The-Scenes Look

The promotional video features actors, professors, director Kevin Marshall, and SPOHP graduate coordinator Randi Gill-Sadler with the African American History Project.

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University of Florida Spotlights Appalachian Social Change Project Research on Official Homepage

SPOHP’s recent research trip to North Carolina (Feb. 5-10), organized by graduate coordinator Jessica Taylor with student interns and staff, was featured as a UF Service online this spring.


Staged Reading: “Threads of Silver and Gold – Women of the Panama Canal” on Feb. 20

Playwright and director Deborah B. Dickey has created a play in honor of the 100th anniversary of the Panama Canal. Threads of Silver and Gold: Women of the Panama Canal… Read More