This panel explores the historical contexts of infectious disease in America, beginning with the Yellow Fever of 1793 and the Spanish Flu of 1918, before examining the current state of the Covid 19 pandemic in Florida and around the world. It also engages various medical and social debates related to public health policy and patient rights.
Presented by the UCF Center for Humanities and Digital Research in collaboration with Rollins College, Seminole State College, Valencia College, Stetson University, Lake-Sumter College, Bethune-Cookman University, Daytona State College, and UCF Libraries.
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This project will create an online edition of Samuel Johnson’s Dictionary of the English Language (including both 1st  and 4th  folio print editions) with functionality comparable to other modern, scholarly dictionaries. During the 18th and 19th centuries, Johnson’s Dictionary was the most comprehensive and influential English-language dictionary in the world. Although attempts have been made to digitize the Dictionary, these are now out of date or incomplete. Our goal is to make Johnson’s original text easy to use and to study, providing significant, long-term benefit to researchers, educators, and those involved in public programming in the humanities.
Dr. Beth Rapp Young (Associate Professor, English), Dr. Carmen Faye Mathes (Assistant Professor, English), and Dr. Amy Larner Giroux (Associate Director, Center for Humanities and Digital Research).
(Old Johnson's Dictionary Online)
The Florida Review publishes exciting
literary work from around the world from writers both emerging and well known. We are not Florida-exclusive, though we acknowledge
having a jungle mentality and a preference for grit, and we have provided and continue to offer a home for many Florida writers.
We have been in more or less continuous semi-annual print publication since 1975 and in 2017 added a new literary supplement in
Aquifer: The Florida Review Online, which features new literary works on a weekly basis, as well as author interviews, book reviews,
digital storytelling, visual arts, and short film.
Editor & Director, Dr. Jake Wolff (Assistant Professor, English); Managing Editor, Dr. Mike Shier
(Research Specialist, Center for Humanities and Digital Research).