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Humanities News

Convocation speaker Sarah Thomas

Sarah Thomas Speaks To FSC Students on Perseverance and Achieving Goals

Convocation speaker was the first female official in the National Football League.

Visit to Stonehenge

Study-Abroad Programs Introduce Students to Travel Learning Experiences

Florida Southern College's student travel options offer a wide array of travel-study experiences to foreign and domestic destinations.

Henry B. Plant, “King Of Florida,” Is Subject Of Lecture At FSC

Henry B. Plant, “King Of Florida,” Is Subject Of Lecture At FSC

Henry B. Plant, the man who helped create the modern city of Tampa as a thriving commercial center but whose life story remains largely unknown, will be the subject of the next lecture in the Florida Lecture Series at Florida Southern College.

Morris Hylton III

UF professor to speak at FSC in the Florida Lecture Series

Morris Hylton is the program director of the Historic Preservation Institute in the College of Design, Construction and Planning at the University of Florida. He will discuss the recognition modern buildings have received for their historic, cultural and architectural significance, at a lecture at Florida Southern College, beginning at 7 p.m.

Frontier life exposed in book by FSC professors

Frontier life exposed in book by FSC professors

Denham and Huneycutt discussed the book and signed copies on 9/26/2019 at 7:00 PM in the Hollis Room on the FSC campus.

Retired Florida Supreme Court Justice R. Fred Lewis

FSC Builds Upon History of Civic Leadership Through Statewide Educational Program

Florida Southern College builds upon history of civic leadership through enhanced curriculum and statewide education programs.

Registered Florida Voters

Registered Florida Voters Reflect Partisan Split, FSC Center For Polling And Policy Research Finds

A new poll just released by the Florida Southern College Center for Polling and Policy Research finds that races for Florida’s highest offices continue to be close.

NPR's Montanaro Cites Dangers of Fake News

NPR's Montanaro Cites Dangers of Fake News

In a discussion centered on navigating the media landscape of a post-truth era, National Public Radio’s Domenico Montanaro focused on the concept of “fake news” in today’s media circuit, expressing that fake news can have dangerous consequences.

FSC Faculty Discuss Heritage of Spain

FSC Faculty Discuss Heritage of Spain

The Polk Museum of Art (PMA) at Florida Southern College (FSC) is pleased to announce its confirmed list of humanities experts who will be speaking at the Goya, Picasso & the Heritage of Spain: Exploring Spanish Culture in Florida from 1513 to Today panel discussion on Tuesday, April 3, from 6:30 to 8:30 p.m.

Domenico Montanaro To Speak At FSC

NPR Political Journalist Domenico Montanaro To Speak At FSC

The Child of the Sun Distinguished Speakers Series at Florida Southern College continues next week with a conversation with one of America’s most experienced political journalists.

Guy Harvey

Guy Harvey, Marine Artist and Conservationist, To Be Named Honorary Chancellor at FSC

Guy Harvey, the internationally renowned painter of marine life and respected ocean conservationist, will be this year’s speaker at Florida Southern College’s Founders Day Convocation. Dr. Harvey, who is famous for his colorful and exciting scenes of ocean creatures in their natural habitat, will be named the college’s 84th Honorary Chancellor at the convocation.

Best Selling Author Maria Konnikova

Best Selling Author Maria Konnikova Launches 2018 Child Of The Sun Distinguished Lecture Series

Maria Konnikova, popular psychologist and New York Times best-selling author whose most recent book explains why con artists succeed, is the inaugural speaker for the 2018 Child of the Sun Distinguished Lecture Series at Florida Southern College.

Americans Want Parties Reformed

Americans Want Parties Reformed But Can’t Agree On How, FSC Center For Polling and Policy Research Finds

A new poll just released by the Florida Southern College Center for Polling and Policy Research finds that there is widespread support for reforming the system of political parties in America but little agreement on the specific changes needed.