The College of Arts and Humanities has strength and diversity in the digital humanities. For example:

  • Mark Kamrath in English has a grant to produce a digital archive of the works of the early American writer Charles Brockden Brown
  • Phil Peters in Digital Media is producing software that allows real-time, interactive, satellite webcasts from anywhere in the world
  • Kristin Congdon in Philosophy is cataloging Chinese folk-arts before they disappear
  • All these digital projects are supported by the college’s Center for the Humanities and Digital Research. To learn more about what’s happening in the digital humanities at UCF, visit the website here.