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Florida Historical Quarterly Podcast Episode 07: Fall 2010

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We interviewed the three authors that contributed to this special issue, all of whom are graduate students finishing their Ph.D.s on Florida history topics. We asked the authors about their experiences researching a Florida topic while early in their scholarly careers. Our guests on this podcast were Deborah L. Bauer, author of “. . . in a strange place”: The Experiences of British Women during the Colonization of East & West Florida,” Nicole C. Cox, author of “Selling Seduction: Women and Feminine Nature in 1920s Florida,” and Peter Ferdinando, author of “A Translation History of Florida.”

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Narrator

Dr. Connie Lester

Interviewer

Dr. Robert Cassanello; Dr. Daniel Murphree

Interviewee

Deborah L. Bauer; Nicole C. Cox; Peter Ferdinando

Date Created

Fall 2010

Keywords

Graduate Student Publications; Graduate Research; Womens History; Gender History; British Women; Environmental History; Feminizing Florida; Sunny Land; Visual Sources; Boosters; California; Translation History; Historiography; Audience Consideration; Time Management

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Also In This Issue:

“. . .in a strange place. . .”: The Experiences of British Women during the Colonization of East & West Florida

by Deborah L. Bauer

Selling Seduction: Women and Feminine Nature in 1920s Florida Advertising

by Nicole C. Cox

A Translation History of Fontaneda

by Peter Ferdinando

Length of Episode

26 minutes

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Florida Historical Quarterly Podcast Episode 07: Fall 2010

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