In 2014, Digital Library of the Caribbean (DLOC) launched “An Island Luminous,” an online resource about Haitian history. Created by Adam M. Silvia, a doctoral candidate in the Department of History at Florida International University, “An Island Luminous” combines rare manuscripts and photos digitally-preserved by libraries and archives in Haiti and the US with commentary by 97 scholars at 75 universities around the world.
Processed by Adam M. Silvia, a doctoral candidate and Green Family Fellow in the Department of History Special Collections and University Archives at Florida International University will soon welcome researchers to explore the Bernard Diederich Collection.
Congratulations to Prof. Aurora Morcillo, whose recent edited collection Memory and Culture of the Spanish Civil War (Brill, 2014) was on Choice magazine's 2014 list of Outstanding Academic Titles. For more information about the significance of this award, please click on the headline above.
Dr. Pieter Spierenburg is Emeritus Professor at Erasmus University in Rotterdam and Program Leader at the Institute for War and Genocide Studies (NIOD). The title of his lecture will be "Past Violence: Widening the Scope of Research: European-Global-Prehistoric." In it, Dr. Spierenburg will discuss the long-term history of various types of violence throughout the non-Western world, particularly on cases of mass violence commonly attributed as "massacres" or "genocides."
This workshop will be an open forum to discuss writing and research in History. We will discuss various methods and techniques for achieving success in History Courses. All History majors, or students considering a History major, are welcome to attend.
You served your country and acquired skills in the military. Now, through discussions about literature, you and other Veterans can help each other relate your experiences to the civilian world and effectively communicate about your service. Prof. Jessica Adler, an expert on the history of the US Veterans' healthcare system, will facilitate. Dinner will be served. Please RSVP to email@example.com before March 3.
The FIU chapter of Phi Alpha Theta sponsored a trip to the History Miami International Map Fair on February 7, 2015. Click here for photos of their visit.
Prof. Ricardo Salvatore, who joined our faculty in Spring 2014 and offered a graduate seminar on Informal Empires, gave our first Atlantic Symposium discussion of the academic year, supported by Council on Student Organizations. Click here to see his talk.
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