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Florida Historical Quarterly Podcast 37: Spring 2018

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Florida Historical Quarterly Podcast 37: Spring 2018

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Producer

Holly Baker

Description

In this episode, Holly Baker interviews history professor Dr. Erin Conlin from Indiana University in Pennsylvania about her article in the Spring 2018 issue of the Florida Historical Quarterly journal titled, "Work…or be deported: Florida Growers and the Emergence of a Non-Citizen Agricultural Workforce”. This "socially distant" interview took place during the 2020 pandemic.

The Florida Historical Quarterly is the peer reviewed scholarly journal of the Florida Historical Society. The society was founded in 1856 and is the only state wide historical organization in Florida. The society is headquartered in Cocoa, Florida and the editorial offices of the journal are in the Department of History at the University of Central Florida.

Narrator

Holly Baker

Interviewer

Holly Baker

Interviewee

Dr. Erin Conlin

Date Created

2020

Keywords

Florida Historical Quarterly, Holly Baker, University of Central Florida, History Department, Dr. Erin Conlin, Indiana University in Pennsylvania, Spring 2018, Florida Historical Quarterly, Work…or be deported: Florida Growers and the Emergence of a Non-Citizen Agricultural Workforce, Bracero Program, American Revolution, Miami, Railroad, Tourism, Bahamian, black labor, Florida Historical Society, Cocoa, Florida, Department of History at the University of Central Florida, Erin Conlin, migrant labor in Florida, 20th century, Bahamian laborers. circular travel, steamboat, seasonal farm work, Bahamas, temporary workers, World War I, World War II, Labor shortages, Exploitation, African Americans, Agriculture, Great Migration, labor in America, Bahamian Temporary Labor Program, Business, H2 provision, American labor system, Latinx, Mexico, undocumented, falsely documented, food production, farm workers, agricultural workforce, Immigration and Nationality Act of 1952, McCarran–Walter Act, migration, NAFTA, guest workers, Puerto Rico, Racism, Puerto Ricans, Segregation, Citizenship, Belle Glade, Operation Wetback, Kitty Calavita, Border Issues, Immigration and Naturalization Service, Migration Patterns, Quota System, American Identity, Deportation, Coronavirus, Essential Workers, Pandemic, Modern Slavery, Slavery, Lake Okeechobee, West Palm Beach, Hurricane, 1928, Hurricane Katrina, Human Rights, Food, Produce.

Subjects

Florida Historical Quarterly, Holly Baker, University of Central Florida, History Department, Dr. Erin Conlin, Indiana University in Pennsylvania, Spring 2018, Florida Historical Quarterly, Work…or be deported: Florida Growers and the Emergence of a Non-Citizen Agricultural Workforce, Bracero Program, American Revolution, Miami, Railroad, Tourism, Bahamian, black labor, Florida Historical Society, Cocoa, Florida, Department of History at the University of Central Florida, Erin Conlin, migrant labor in Florida, 20th century, Bahamian laborers. circular travel, steamboat, seasonal farm work, Bahamas, temporary workers, World War I, World War II, Labor shortages, exploitation, African Americans, agriculture, Great Migration, labor in America, Bahamian Temporary Labor Program, Business, H2 provision, American labor system, Latinx, Mexico, undocumented, falsely documented, food production, farm workers, agricultural workforce, Immigration and Nationality Act of 1952, McCarran–Walter Act, migration, NAFTA, guest workers, Puerto Rico, Racism, Puerto Ricans, Segregation, Citizenship, Belle Glade, Operation Wetback, Kitty Calavita, Border Issues, Immigration and Naturalization Service, Migration Patterns, Quota System, American Identity, Deportation, Coronavirus, Essential Workers, Pandemic, Modern Slavery, Slavery, Lake Okeechobee, West Palm Beach, Hurricane, 1928, Hurricane Katrina, Human Rights, Food, Produce.

Length of Episode

39:01

Florida Historical Quarterly Podcast 37: Spring 2018


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