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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Deadline extended: Pabst Steinmetz Foundation Arts & Wellness Innovation Awards
November 17, 2020 The Pabst Steinmetz Foundation Arts & Wellness Innovation Awards are $25,000 grants for interdisciplinary projects involving UCF faculty and community organizations.
Voices from Texts & Technology: Lauren Rouse
November 12, 2020 Texts & Technology PhD student Lauren Rouse discusses her experience in the interdisciplinary doctoral program and how it is impacting her research and work.
Addressing Equity and Access in the Digital Humanities
October 30, 2020 Dan Cox, a student in the Texts & Technology PhD program, talked with the UCF Libraries for Open Access Week about how the themes of equity and inclusion are relevant in the Digital Humanities.
Mel Stanfill in Pegasus Magazine: Is Cancel Culture Effective?
October 23, 2020 Centuries ago, it was tarring and feathering. Today, it’s a hashtag. It’s evolving, but is cancel culture effective?
RECENT FACULTY PUBLICATIONS
Salter, A. Stanfill, M. (October 2020). A Portrait of the Auteur as Fanboy: Gendered Authorship in Transmedia Franchises. University of Mississippi Press.