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Upcoming Events

Each spring, the UCF History Department hosts the Pauley Lecture Series on Global Affairs, an annual event that invites engaging speakers to share their perspectives with students. At this year’s lecture Dr. Jennifer Palmer will present her work, "To Have…
Free, two-day virtual and in-person bilingual program featuring panel discussions, conversation, and music, which aims to bring awareness and advance the public’s understanding of Operación Pedro Pan: Cuba’s Child Exodus. “Now that 60 years have passed since this extraordinary exodus…
This video produced by the Honors Advanced Documentary Workshop in 2022 serves as an orientation for visitors to the Wells’Built Museum of African American History and Culture in downtown Orlando. The 15-minute viewing will be followed by a Q&A and…

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Faculty Bookshelf

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Luis Martínez-Fernández

When the World Turned Upside Down: Politics, Culture, and the Unimaginable Events of 2019-2022. Peter Lang: New York, 2023.

Tiffany Earley-Spadoni

Forthcoming Earley-Spadoni, T. Landscapes of Warfare: Urartu and Assyria in the Ancient Middle East. University Press of Colorado, Spring 2023. 

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Wayne H. Bowen


Spain and the Protestant Reformation: The Spanish Inquisition and the War for Europe (Routledge, 2022)

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Hakan Özoğlu

Amerikalı Diplomat Amiral Bristol’ın Gözlemleri: Osmanlı’nın Çöküşü Cumhuriyet’in Kuruluşu (İstanbul Yapı Kredi Yayınları 2022).

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Peter Larson (he/him/his)

Forthcoming Rethinking the Great Transition: Community and Economic Growth in County Durham, 1349-1550 (Oxford University Press, 2022).

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