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Florida Historical Quarterly Podcast Episode 14: Summer 2012

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This episode features FHQ Assistant Editor Dr. Daniel Murphree’s interview of Professor Claire Strom, Rapetti-Trunzo Professor of History at Rollins College, about her article “Controlling Venereal Disease in Orlando during World War II.” The article is about Orlando's reaction and policies toward venereal disease and women's sexuality during World War II, and it was published in this issue.

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Narrator

Dr. Daniel Murphree

Interviewer

Dr. Daniel Murphree

Interviewee

Claire Strom

Date Created

Summer 2012

Keywords

Venereal Disease; Sexuality; Student Research; World War II; Orlando; Race Relations; Gender Relations; Military; Modern Parallels; Venereal Disease Month

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Also In This Issue:

Alachua Settlers and the Second Seminole War

by C.S. Monaco

A Liberated Journalist and Yankee Women on the Florida Frontier

by John T. Foster, Jr., Sarah Whitmer Foster, and Roscoe A. Turnquest

The Politics of Performance: Rollins College and the Annie Russell Theatre

by Joan M. Jensen

Controlling Venereal Disease in Orlando during World War II

by Claire Strom

Length of Episode

13 minutes

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Florida Historical Quarterly Podcast Episode 14: Summer 2012

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