"Central to my vision of the modern historian is the willingness to transverse boundaries, cultivate interdisciplinary projects, and leverage different modes of engagement. There is no question in my mind of history’s centrality to a dialogue about our world." 

Exhibition / Curation:

AfroFantastic: Black Imagination and Agency in the American Experience,” Exhibition, January-April 2017, Curator, Cornell Fine Arts Museum, Rollins College, Winter Park, Florida.

Beyond the Color Line,” Public History Exhibition, February-March 2017, Curator, Orlando City Hall Rotunda, Orlando, Florida.

“A legacy of Trauma” with “Heritage” by Aaron Turner in Southern Icons A to Z Curated by Rob McDonald, Donna Rosser, and Meryl Truett, SlowExposures, Whiskey Bonding Barn, Molena, Georgia, September 2016.

The History That You Feel,” PeckaKucha 18, Orlando, Florida, (July 2016).

“The Confederate Flag: A Belated Burial in Florida,” Public Art Exhibition, 13 Flag Funerals Project, Orlando, (May 2015).

Julian C. Chambliss and Rachel Simmons, “Living Matter(s),” Dunedin Fine Arts Center, Dunedin, Florida, (September-December 2014).

Julian C. Chambliss and Rachel Simmons, “Future Bear,” 2014 Faculty Exhibition, Cornell Fine Arts Museum, Rollins College, Winter Park, FL(March-August 2014).

"Home to the Crossroads," Transit Interpretation Project (TrIP) Exhibition, Downtown Development Board Office Gallery, Orlando, Florida (June 2014).

Rachel Simmons, Future Bear, Past Imperfect #1, 2011,  Screen Print with Pencil on Paper Mounted on Wood over Digital Paper. Text Written by Julian C. Chambliss, Telarian, Columbus State University, Corn Center for the Visual Arts, January 22nd-March 2nd, 2013.

“Project Mosaic: Space and Place in the Construction of Identity,” Poster and Photograph Exhibition, January 2013, Curator, Jacksonville Main Library. Jacksonville, Florida.

Julian C. Chambliss and Rachel Simmons, Future Bear, Issue #1, Past Imperfect Exhibition, Sequential SmArt, Juniata College, Huntingdon, PA, May 2012.

White Scripts and Black Supermen: Black Masculinities in Comic Book. DVD. Directed by Jonathan Gayles. 2012; South Burlington, VT: California Newsreel, 2012.

Julian Chambliss, “In the Stars: Visualizing the Third Place,” Poster Prints, 2012. Corridor Project: A Site Specific Contemporary Art Museum.  Orlando, Florida.

Superheroes and the U.S. Experience,” TEDx Orlando, Orlando Science Center, Orlando, FL. November 13, 2010.

Julian C. Chambliss and Denise K. Cummings, co-producers.  "Exploring the Colony Theater."  Orange TV, Orange County Scrapbook #2.  Peer reviewed.  2008 National Bronze Telly Award.

Julian C. Chambliss and Denise K. Cummings, “Placing Memory, Exploring Context: Winter Park’s Colony Theatre,” Museum Exhibit at the Winter Park Historical Museum sponsored by the Florida Humanities Council Grant and United Arts of Central Florida Grant, 2006-2008.