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College of Arts and Humanities

“The arts and humanities fuel innovation across the university by the creative process itself. The arts and humanities help our students see the world through different lenses. They are where you learn to write and communicate more effectively, explore creativity, and study culture to better understand how we interact with each other."

—Dean Jeff Moore

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CAH News

History alumna Rebecca Schwandt ’18 collects “mermaid” stories in collaboration with RICHES™ and The Florida Humanities Council

June 24
History alumna Rebecca Schwandt ’18 discovered her passion through preserving the history of Weeki Wachee Springs.

CAH News

SVAD alumna Teresa Falcone ’14 on working on “Toy Story 4”

June 20
From the setup in the Pixar office to details you can spot in the movie, character animation grad Teresa Falcone ’14 tells us about one of her dream jobs.

CAH News

English professor Tison Pugh wins national award for LGBTQ book

June 20
Professor Tison Pugh’s book, “The Queer Fantasies of the American Family Sitcom” won The Popular Culture Association John Leo and Dana Heller Award for the Best Work in LGBTQ Studies.

CAH News

English assistant professor Jake Wolff publishes debut novel

June 14
Assistant English professor Jake Wolff shares his inspiration for his first novel, “The History of Living Forever” as well as his thoughts on UCF, advice for young writers and more.

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A fabled opportunity: Philosophy student Abigail Reynolds presents research at Oxford

June 13
A first-year philosophy and political science student, Abigail Reynolds presented her undergraduate research, “How Fables Work: A Cross-Cultural Study” at the University of Oxford in England.

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May 2 - June 29

Thesis & Departures Exhibition

Thesis & Departures Exhibition Exhibition Dates: May 2 – June 29

June 24 - June 27

Specters of Capital: An Exploration in Architecture and Identity by Morgan Craig

Specters of Capital: An Exploration in Architecture and Identity explores architectural structures as both repositories and as vehicles for memory and provide a framework through which cu...

July 1 - July 3

Specters of Capital: An Exploration in Architecture and Identity by Morgan Craig

Specters of Capital: An Exploration in Architecture and Identity explores architectural structures as both repositories and as vehicles for memory and provide a framework through which cu...

July 8

Specters of Capital: An Exploration in Architecture and Identity by Morgan Craig

Specters of Capital: An Exploration in Architecture and Identity explores architectural structures as both repositories and as vehicles for memory and provide a framework through which cu...

August 27

Faculty Recital: David Bjella, cello

UCF Cello Professor, David Bjella, presents a recital. Free and open to the public, no ticket required....
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