Dr. Crepeau Dr. Richard Crepeau is Professor Emeritus of History and the original owner/curator of the Bicentennial Junk collection.
Dr. French Dr. Scot French is an Associate Professor of History and Director of Public History at UCF.
Dr. Amelia Lyons Dr. Amelia Lyons is an Associate Professor and Director of Graduate Programs in history at UCF.
Dr. Amy Larner Giroux Computer Research Specialist for UCF’s Center for Humanities and Digital Research. 2014 graduate of the Texts and Technology program. Technology consultant for the “Bicentennial Junk” Collection.
Holly Baker Public History MA student currently completing Thesis and GRA for the History department
Drew Fulcher MA Graduate Student and Teaching Assistant at the University of Central Florida. My research focuses on punk rock subculture development in 1980s California.
Kathryn Girvan Texts and Technology PhD student and GRA for the College of Arts and Humanities and History department.
Zachary Barnes Public History graduate student focusing of Reconstruction-era Florida.
Savannah Bitto Graduate student in the Public History program.
Luke Bohmer Graduate student in the History program. His main focus is on Late Medieval and Early Modern German History.
Danyel Lafear 2014 UCF graduate with a BA in History and Social Science Education. Former Social Studies teacher at Orlando Science School. Current Public History MA student.
Gramond McPherson First year History MA student specializing in Black Urban History.
Brandon Nightingale First year Public History MA student focusing on 20th Century African American Studies. 2016 UCF Graduate with BA in History.
Carys O’Neill First year Public History MA student focusing on modern gender, sexuality, and women’s studies in Britain.
Tiffany Owens Graduate student in the History department.
Abigail Padfield First year Texts and Technology PhD student. Currently teaching Technical Writing as a Graduate Teaching Assistant.