Inventing the Future of the Humanities
UCF’s Texts and Technology Ph.D. program offers interdisciplinary study at the intersection of humanities and technology.
Students pursue study and research in areas of specialization such as Digital Humanities’ Digital Media; Editing, Publishing, and Interdisciplinary Curating; Public History; Rhetoric and Composition; and Scientific and Technical Communication. Find out more about our program.
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RECENT FACULTY PUBLICATIONS
Kisselburgh, L. and Beever, J. (Feb 2022). “The Ethics of Privacy in Research and Design: Principles, Practices, and Potential” in Modern Socio-Technical Perspectives on Privacy. Knijnenburg, B., Page, X., Wisniewski, P., Lipford, H.R., Proferes, N., Romano, J. (Eds.). Springer.
Rethinking the Great Transition: Community and Economic Growth in County Durham, 1349-1550 (Oxford University Press, 2022).
"Gendered roles and female litigants in northeastern England, 1300-1700," in Litigating Women: Gender and Justice in Europe c.1200-c.1750, ed. by Deborah Youngs and Teresa Phipps (Routledge, 2022).