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Holly Baker, Julian Chambliss
During the 2018 Zora Neale Hurston Festival of the Arts and Humanities, Holly Baker spoke with Dr. Scot French, Associate Professor, Director of Public History, and Interim Co-Director, Center for Humanities and Digital Research, University of Central Florida and Gramond McPherson, M.A. Candidate, History, University of Central Florida.
Dr. French and Mr. McPherson discuss the exhibit they curated for the Zora Neale Hurston Museum on the founding of the Association to Preserve Eatonville Community.
This episode is part of the Every Tongue Got to Confess podcast series, which is produced by Dr. Julian Chambliss (Michigan State University) and Holly Baker (University of Central Florida).
The podcast series consists of interviews with participants in the annual Zora Neale Hurston Festival of the Arts and Humanities. The purpose of the podcast series is to explore the experiences and stories of communities of color through the words of Festival attendees.
Scot French, Gramond McPherson
University of Central Florida
Public Scholarship, Infrastructure Citizenship, Eatonville History, Digital Humanities, Museum, Outreach, Zora Neale Hurston National Museum, The Association to Preserve Eatonville Community (P.E.C)
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Baker, Holly, and Julian Chambliss. 2018. "303 - Dr. Scot French and Gramond McPherson." Podcast audio. Every Tongue Got to Confess: A Podcast about Communities of Color, Inspired by the Zora Neale Hurston Festival of the Arts and Humanities. University of Central Florida. 2018. [URL once assigned]