Spring 2018 Lecture Series: "New and Old"


1/19 1:30-2:45 PM
Lysis: Gallery Visit and Conversation

A gallery talk with visiting artist Andrea Frank, assistant professor of photography and related media, State University of New York at New Paltz, moderated by Sheila Goloborotko, assistant professor of printmaking. Cosponsored by the Department of Art and Design. UNF Gallery of Art, Building 2/Suite 1001.


2/9 Noon–1:15 PM

What is Science? Then and Now, Here and There

Aaron Creller, assistant professor of philosophy. Building 4/Room 1705


2/23 Noon–1:15 PM

Human Response to Natural Disasters in a Digital Age  

Emma Apatu, assistant professor of public health. Building 4/Room 1705


3/2 Noon–1:15 PM

Transition of South Korea into a Racially/Ethnically Diverse Society
Shinwoo Choi, assistant professor of social work. Building 4/Room 1705


3/9 Noon-2:45 PM

International Studies/Digital Humanities Symposium


Noon-1:15 PM, “Intersections between International Studies and Digital Humanities,” a panel discussion featuring Crystal Andrea Felima, CLIR Postdoctoral Fellow in Caribbean Studies Data Curation, George A. Smathers Libraries, University of Florida; Josh Gellers, assistant professor of political science, University of North Florida; Hélène Huet, European studies librarian, University of Florida, and vice–chair, Florida Digital Humanities Consortium; Barry Mauer, associate professor of English and director, Texts and Technology Ph.D. program, University of Central Florida; and Tiffany Earley–Spadoni, assistant professor of history, University of Central Florida. Building 58W/Room 3703


1:30-2:45 PM, Showcase of International Digital Projects. Building 58W/Rooms 3804-3806


Cosponsored by the UNF Digital Humanities Initiative, and the UNF Center for Instruction and Research Technology


3/30 Noon–1:15 PM

Embroidering for Peace and Memory Showcase

Constanza López, associate professor of Spanish and student participants. The Green (Building 4/Room 1705 in case of rain)


4/6 Noon–1:15 PM

From Supply Line to Supply Chains: The US Military and the South Korean “Economic Miracle”

Patrick Chung, assistant professor of history. Building 4/Room 1705


4/13 Noon-12:55 PM 

Senior Seminar Research Exhibit, as part of Showcase of Osprey Advancements in Research and Scholarship (SOARS). Building 58W/Room 3703