The projects listed below are affiliated with the Center for Humanities and Digital Research and share its goal of pursuing collaborative, interdisciplinary humanities computing research.
The work here is supported by a variety of public and private funding agencies, including the National Endowment for the Humanities, the Florida Humanities Council, the Veterans Administration, and the University of Central Florida.
If you are a faculty or staff member at UCF with a project idea, or a graduate or undergraduate student who wants to work on digital humanities projects, please contact us.
Samuel Johnson's Dictionary
This project will create an online edition of Samuel Johnson’s Dictionary of the English Language with functionality comparable to other modern, scholarly dictionaries.
Charles Brockden Brown
This project aims to identify, transcribe, organize, and ultimately edit Brown's uncollected writings, making them searchable.
Presenting the stories of communities, businesses, and institutions in Florida, RICHES seeks to provide the region with a deeper sense of its heritage.
Historical Agricultural News
This project explores Chronicling America for information on the farming organizations, technologies, and practices of America’s past.
Veterans Legacy Program
Helping to share the stories of service and sacrifice from the 136 national cemeteries with younger students and the general public.
Zora Neale Hurston Digital Archive
The archive provides a repository of biographical, historical, critical, and other contextual materials related to Hurston's life and work.
Digital Archiving Resources
DAR gathers items relating to digital archives in the humanities as part of an effort to provide access to the materials and awareness of the emerging field.
Vayots Dzor Fortress Landscapes
VDFLP is a research program dedicated to the investigation of the historical development of fortress culture in a high alpine region of Armenia.
ELLE The EndLess Learner
ELLE is an endless-runner style language learning game which delivers fast-paced, engaging gameplay alongside rapid language acquisition.
I Am UCF
“I Am UCF” is a cross-disciplinary effort to create digital stories representing the diverse narratives of the University of Central Florida campus body.
Middle Passage Experience
This virtual reality expereince documents the transitional period from Africa to the Americas for those imprisoned and enslaved in the 16th and 17th centuries.
Elizabeth Graeme Fergusson
Fergusson's intellectual breadth and originality is apparent in her archived writings, produced over a fifty-five year writing career.
PRINT examines the evolution of communication networks among religious dissenters in England and continental Europe, using innovative maping technology.
The conference examined the filming of Florida’s unique landscape, Florida’s filmmaking history, and Florida’s cultural identity on film.
ChinaVine's mission is to educate English-speaking/reading children, youth, and adults about China's cultural heritage through this interactive website.
Allows users to virtually visit the 1964-1965 New York World’s Fair where and access digitized photographs, documents, and archival film footage.
Employs modern satellite technology and video conferencing to connect at-home learners with instructors who are live in the field.
Space, Science, and Spirituality
An investigation, both theoretically and empirically, into the effects of outer space travel on the inner space of experience.
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