Teaching Florida, a program of the Florida Humanities Council, conducts professional development workshops across the state of Florida. This summer, we plan to continue exploring a number of interesting themes:
H-Florida is designed to connect scholars within all academic disciplines of the humanities and social sciences, to serve as a discussion space, and to further research in one of the most ethnically and socioeconomically diverse areas of the United States.
"After the war's conclusion in 1842, the remains of Dade, his men, and more than 1,300 other soldiers who died during the war, were reinterred in three large funerary vaults at what was then the St. Francis Barracks Cemetery and topped with a coquina stone pyramid."
The Tampa Bay History Center and University of South Florida Libraries’ Florida Studies Center invite undergraduate student submissions for the Leland Hawes Undergraduate Prize in Florida Studies.
Undergraduate students working toward a bachelor’s degree are encouraged to apply. Subjects must cover Florida Studies ranging from Florida’s pre-colonial past through the twentieth century. Proper citations must be included.
Gainesville, FL—The University of Florida’s Samuel Proctor Oral History Program (SPOHP) is now accepting applications for the Julian Pleasants Visiting Scholar Award, open to individuals wishing to conduct research using the resources of the Samuel Proctor Oral History Program or Special Collections at the George A. Smathers Libraries. See below for application procedures.
Reminder—Deadline to Submit Paper Proposals: February 9, 2015
Annual Meeting and Symposium of the Florida Historical Society
May 22-24, 2015, World Golf Village Resort, St. Augustine, Fla.
THEME: Subjects, Citizens, and Civil Rights: 450 Years of Florida History