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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The global phenomenon of media piracy, in which millions of fans participate routinely, is usually investigated through the lenses of copyright infringement, financial impacts to media industries, and how Global South fans access Global North content. This lecture by Dr.…
In this lecture, Dr. Kristen Warner (University of Alabama) will explore both the textually mediated moments Black audiences locked themselves into a sort of immutable visible representation as progress, with all the consequences that followed, as well as the moments…


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Anastasia Salter

Stanfill, Mel, and Anastasia Salter. “Avatar Bodies that Matter: The Work of ‘Realism’ in Gendered Representation.” EA Sports FIFA: Feeling the Game, edited by Raiford Guins, Henry Lowood, and Carlin Wing. Bloomsbury Press, July 2022.

Keri Watson

Watson, Keri. “Building the World of Tomorrow: Disability, Eugenics, and Sculpture at the 1939 New York World’s Fair.” In Disability and Art History from Antiquity to the Twenty-first Century. Edited by Ann Millet-Gallant and Elizabeth Howie, 187-202. London: Routledge, 2022. https://www.routledge.com/Disability-and-Art-History-from-Antiquity-to-the-Twenty-First-Century/Mill...

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