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      Flagler College presents “Landscapes and Language,” a conference on the Franciscan Order

      Mar 14
      Flagler College is excited to host a Conference on the Franciscan Order and the Spanish Borderlands. This is the fourth international conference that Flagler and The Academy of American Franciscan History have hosted together
    • Student conducting field archaeology work

      Deagan Archaeological Research Lab to open as resource for undergraduates

      Oct 14
      Dr. Kathy Deagan sees the future of Flagler’s archaeology program as promising- brimming with potential and the enthusiasm of our students. “I have always thought that Flagler College should be one of the premier training grounds for undergraduate archeologists,” she said.
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      One-day conference, "Panama and its Indigenous People," coming to Flagler in October

      Sep 15
      This fall, Flagler College is proud to host a one-day conference, “Panama and its Indigenous People,” as a part of National Hispanic Heritage month on Oct. 15 across various campus locations. The conference is coordinated by Dr. Eugenia Charoni, associate professor of romance languages at Flagler.
    • Lucinda Mosher, a well know moral theologian posing in front of a brick wall

      Scholar of interreligious understanding to speak at Flagler College on Sept. 25

      Sep 5
      Dr. Lucinda Mosher, a moral theologian who focuses mainly on interreligious understanding, will be delivering a talk at Flagler College on Monday, Sept. 25. She will be discussing the interplay between scribal traditions, certain visual arts, community narratives and stories of exemplars of holy living.
    • A picture of the Flagler students who studied abroad in Germany.

      Study Abroad in Germany: Examining the Protestant Reformation from a European perspective

      Jul 27
      This year marks the 500th commemoration of the Protestant Reformation, the 16th-century upheaval that redefined the Roman Catholic Church. This summer, Flagler College students enjoyed the unique opportunity to study the transformative period at the University of Dresden in Germany, as part of an interdisciplinary-transatlantic program titled “Faces of Faith: Late Medieval and Reformation Germany.”
    • Students, professors and alumni who attended a conference at Franciscan Institute honoring famous theologian.

      Flagler attends conference at Franciscan Institute honoring famous theologian

      Jul 19
      Two Flagler College professors, four alumni and two current students recently attended a symposium commemorating the 800th anniversary celebration of the 13th-century Franciscan leader Saint Bonaventure. The conference, held at The Franciscan Institute at St. Bonaventure University in New York in mid-July, was dedicated to the cultural and religious dynamics that shaped the scholar’s theology and spirituality.
    • Study abroad in Spain: A month of complete immersion

      Jun 20
      Gaining a cross-cultural perspective is not only about crossing borders and learning a new language, but living lives like those of others. Ten students, along with Assistant Professor of Spanish Aggie Johnson, recently returned from living with host families in Spain and experiencing Spanish culture first-hand.
    • Week-long humanities seminar held at Flagler for high school students

      Jun 16
      Twenty-six high school students from across the state participated in Flagler College’s week-long humanities seminar this week, titled “Pirates, Protest and Preservation: Exploring the Stories of St. Augustine.” The seminar, funded by a $20,000 grant from the Florida Humanities Council, offers high school students a preview of college life and the opportunity to explore the nation’s oldest city through a number of humanities disciplines, including history, literature, women’s studies, rhetoric, and Spanish. Students also applied humanities-based questions in non-humanities fields by considering the connections between coastal biology, ethics and natural resource management.
    • Judge Poland with alumna Colby Keefe, and President William T. Abare, Jr.

      Judge Poland retires from Law program he helped launch at Flagler

      Apr 13
      The founding director of Flagler College’s Law program, Professor Richard Poland, is retiring this year after serving the college for 25 years. Judge Poland, as he is often referred to on campus, has taught nearly 30 courses, fulfilled various leadership roles — including Assistant Dean of Academic Affairs — and has twice received the Faculty of the Year Award (2007-2008 and 2009-2010).
    • Court at Flagler.

      State appeals court holds proceedings at Flagler

      Mar 7
      Flagler College students filled the college’s Flagler Room on Tuesday to witness the Fifth District Court of Appeals hold court.