We’ve been awarded a grant from the American Library Association and National Endowment for the Humanities to offer programming on Latino American history. Throughout the 2015-2016 academic year, we will screen episodes of the documentary Latino Americans: […]
Please help us find photographs and memorabilia from St. Augustine’s personal collections! We’re interested in hearing your stories and seeing your photo albums, scrapbooks, boxes of random memories to […]
Students in Heritage Tourism (HIS440) presented a portion of their Gilded Age Walking Tour on the last day of class. They showed several of the historic hotels as well as […]
This semester, each student in Heritage Tourism wrote an entry for Next Exit History. Check out our Backpack here.
On Friday April 5th, students from Flagler’s Archaeology Club hosted an elegant Titanic-themed dinner. Formal table settings, complete with dainty tea cups, truly set the mood inside the dining hall. […]
If you were to pass through downtown St. Augustine, you may run into the Flagler College Communications building on Cordova Street. Currently there is planned construction behind the building in […]
Seen from the street, the old Communication Building at Flagler College is unimpressive. However, under the surface lies a whole world waiting to be discovered. From the 1650s to the […]
Learn about the artists of the Ponce de Leon Hotel in this student blog in cooperation with the Crisp-Ellert Art Museum: http://paintinginparadise.wordpress.com
Stay up-to-date with local archaeology. Heritage Tourism students will be posting updates on the excavation behind the Communications building led by city archaeologist Carl Halbirt. See their blog series, “Communicating […]
Learn about the history of historic preservation on St. George Street on the St. Augustine Time Traveler’s Society blog created by students in Heritage Tourism.