HISTORY

WHAT IS HISTORY?

History is the study of the most important things that humans have done, said and thought in the past. Historians establish causal relationships between facts and place them in a significant pattern and order.  In the end, the field of history expresses a perspective that enables people to understand how a society arrived at the historical moment, how it views itself, how it sees its place in the world, and determines the possible reactions of a society to future events.

John Donovan, Ph.D.

Assistant Professor: History

North Campus

jdonova2@broward.edu

(954) 201-2084

Associate Professor: History

Central Campus

rbillera@broward.edu

(954) 201-6342

Temporary Instructor: History

Central Campus

jdockswe@broward.edu

Rudy Jean-Bart, M.A.

Assistant Professor: History

South Campus
rjeanbar@broward.edu

(954) 201-8947

Kisha King, M.A.

Associate Dean, Academic Affairs

Online/Central Campus

kking@broward.edu

(954) 201-6593

 

Oral History Project

The Broward College Oral History Project's mission is to discover, record and preserve stories related to Broward College and the South Florida community. The project engages participants in the active process of "doing history" through training and application of professional practices. The Oral History Project (OHP) supports the College's mission to foster a diverse learning-centered community that celebrates continuity and connectivity.

Goals and Objectives:

  • Discover and record the history of South Florida and Broward College, and to create permanent repository of oral history material.
  • Create and sponsor programming to support the Oral History Project and to engage students from all Broward College Pathways.
  • Provide OHP workshops and seminars for faculty and students. 
  • Create a Digital Archives Collection of OHP interviews in partnership wth the U/C Library.
  • Provide volunteer opportunities for working on video production, creating online content, and practicing communication and interviewing skills.
Transferable Skills:
  • Communication skills:
    • ​Proper phone and email etiquette​​
    • Active listening
    • Explaining and responding
    • Professional letter writing
  • Research skills:
    • Assessing ​
    • Discovering and observing
    • Questioning
    • Troubleshooting
    • Problem solving
  • Technical skills:
    • Video recording​
    • Sound recording
    • Transcription
    • Summaries
    • Editing
 

AISSH: QUAESTIONES

Please direct all inquiries regarding submissions and publications to the Editor-in-Chief:

Dr. Rowena J.-M. Hernández-Múzquiz. 

 

Submissions not received through the required channel will not be eligible for competition.


Note: all artists will be required to complete and sign a waiver of liability and a release form for their art if their submission is accepted for display at the Lecture Series or for publication in the journal.

 


 

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