Print: The Apple Doesn't Fall Far From the Tree

This interactive workshop offers an introduction to reading and transcribing letters from the past from UCF’s PRINT project.

The PRINT team invites you to join them for an interactive workshop that offers an introduction to reading and transcribing letters from the past. Participants will learn tips and tricks for deciphering old handwriting and in the process learn about family dynamics in early America. Take a step into the past when you read a 1690s letter from a father to his teenage daughter, who is running the family’s household and is tasked with selling their cider.

UCF’s PRINT – People, Religion, Information Networks, and Travel – project focuses on the dynamics of migration in the early modern world. PRINT is an interdisciplinary project in which faculty and students are creating a portal to the correspondence of religious minorities. PRINT will produce visualizations to illustrate the connections that arose in response to religious persecution and missionary work.

In partnership with Historical Society of Pennsylvania, Franckesche Stiftungen, Library of the Society of Friends, Stadsarchief Amsterdam and Staatsbibliothek zu Berlin.

Hosted by the Department of History and the Center for Humanities and Digital Research

UCF Celebrates the Arts 2024

One of Central Florida’s favorite new traditions celebrates ten years!

UCF Celebrates the Arts is an immersive and dynamic cultural extravaganza that fuses creativity, innovation and community engagement. This annual festival showcases the artistic prowess of UCF’s faculty and students and invites the broader community to enjoy performances, exhibitions, presentations and interactive experiences. With a focus on accessibility, partnership and diverse offerings, UCF Celebrates the Arts is a unique opportunity for the community to experience the creative side of UCF’s innovative spirit.

Presented By:
Dr. Phillips Center for the Performing Arts
Dates:
April 4, 2024
Price:
Free
Time:
7 p.m.

This interactive workshop offers an introduction to reading and transcribing letters from the past from UCF’s PRINT project.

The PRINT team invites you to join them for an interactive workshop that offers an introduction to reading and transcribing letters from the past. Participants will learn tips and tricks for deciphering old handwriting and in the process learn about family dynamics in early America. Take a step into the past when you read a 1690s letter from a father to his teenage daughter, who is running the family’s household and is tasked with selling their cider.

UCF’s PRINT – People, Religion, Information Networks, and Travel – project focuses on the dynamics of migration in the early modern world. PRINT is an interdisciplinary project in which faculty and students are creating a portal to the correspondence of religious minorities. PRINT will produce visualizations to illustrate the connections that arose in response to religious persecution and missionary work.

In partnership with Historical Society of Pennsylvania, Franckesche Stiftungen, Library of the Society of Friends, Stadsarchief Amsterdam and Staatsbibliothek zu Berlin.

Hosted by the Department of History and the Center for Humanities and Digital Research

UCF Celebrates the Arts 2024

One of Central Florida’s favorite new traditions celebrates ten years!

UCF Celebrates the Arts is an immersive and dynamic cultural extravaganza that fuses creativity, innovation and community engagement. This annual festival showcases the artistic prowess of UCF’s faculty and students and invites the broader community to enjoy performances, exhibitions, presentations and interactive experiences. With a focus on accessibility, partnership and diverse offerings, UCF Celebrates the Arts is a unique opportunity for the community to experience the creative side of UCF’s innovative spirit.