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Florida Historical Quarterly Podcast 32: Winter 2017


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In this episode, Dr. Daniel Murphree interviews author Gary Mormino, emeritus professor of history at the University of South Florida at St Petersburg. In the interview, Mormino discusses the special issue he recently guest edited for the FHQ titled, “500 Years of Florida History in the 20th Century”. This issue includes the final component of a series of six special issues published in recognition of the quincentennial of Ponce de Leon’s first visit to Florida in 1513. After the Mormino interview, the episode also includes two tributes to Michael Gannon and Jerold Shoffner, scholars who passed away in April of 2017.

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Daniel Murphree


Daniel Murphree


Gary Mormino

Date Created

Winter 2017


Gary Mormino, Ponce de Leon, Michael Gannon, Jerrell Shofner


Also in this issue:

A Special Issue Introduction by FHQ Editors

by Connie L. Lester and Daniel Murphree 289

Twentieth-Century Florida: A Bibliographic Essay

by Gary R. Mormino 292

“A New Social Awakening”: James Hudson, Florida A.&M. University’s Religious Life Program, and the 1956 Tallahassee Bus Boycott

by Larry O. Rivers 325

“We Are Not Hired Help”: The 1968 Statewide Florida

Teacher Strike and the Formation of Modern Florida

by Jody Baxter Noll 356

The Fractured American Dream: From Country Club

Living to “Suburban Slum” in Latino Orlando

by Simone P. Delerme

Length of Episode

32 min

Florida Historical Quarterly Podcast 32: Winter 2017