FLDH Interviews

Learn more about FLDH work done across the state by hearing directly from our members. The FLDH Short Interview Series allows Florida Digital Humanities practitioners to share their projects in bite-sized videos.

For this short interview, Jessica Campbell (UCF) examines the usability of telemedicine communications using a mixed-methods framework.

For this short interview, Wes Kline (Ringling College of Art and Design) and Emily Heffernan (NCF) discuss their digital humanities course titled “Spatial Ecologies.” This course provided an integrative connection between the disciplines to enhance a greater understanding of contemporary communities, suggesting new interdisciplinary models for articulating those communities as visible and functional sets of relations, organisms and pluralized spaces.

For this short interview, Maria Encinosa (UNF) analyzes the potential for epigenetic research to operationalize the study of social determinants of the health and risk factors that underscore the racial disparities in COVID-19 outcomes.

For this short interview, Cheyenne Black and Monica Murray (UNF) provide an anthropological perspective of how campus expansion impacts campus culture. This research uses Geographic Information System (GIS), a digital technique to map and measure the expansion of infrastructure and the loss of natural areas of the land, as well as the anthropological concepts of “space” and “place” to explain the relationship a site can have to cultural, social, political, and public endeavors.

For this short interview, the LibraryPress@UF team sheds light on their work to promote open scholarship and education and to build a sustainable publishing program in collaboration with partners across campus and beyond.