The FHQ podcasts provide listeners with insight on the content published in the Florida Historical Quarterly and the authors and others who help create it. Published four times annually, the FHQ promotes scholarly research and appreciation for the peoples, places, and diversity of Florida's past.
Episode 35: Fall 2017
In this episode, Dr. Daniel Murphree interviews Cynthia Patterson, associate professor of English at the University of South Florida. In the interview, Dr. Murphree and Cynthia Patterson discuss her article titled, “Catching the Spirit: The Melrose Ladies Literary and Debating Society 1890-1899,” that was published in the Fall 2017 issue of the Florida Historical Quarterly.
Episode 34: Summer 2017
In this episode, Dr. Daniel Murphree interviews author Derek R. Everett, a faculty member at the Metropolitan State University of Denver and Colorado State University. In the interview, Everett discusses his article titled, “The Mouse and the State House: Intersections of Florida Capitals and Walt Disney World,” that was published in the Summer 2017 issue of the Florida Historical Quarterly.
Episode 33: Spring 2017
In this episode, Dr. Daniel Murphree talks to Keith Revell, Associate Professor of History at Florida International University, about his article titled, “The Rise and Fall of Copa City, 1944-1957: Nightclubs and the Evolution of Miami Beach,” from the Spring 2017 issue of the Florida Historical Quarterly.
Episode 32: Winter 2017
In this episode, Dr. Daniel Murphree interviews 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.
Episode 31: Fall 2016
In this episode we interviewed Judith Poucher about her article titled, “The Evolving Suffrage Militancy of Mary Nolan,” from the Fall 2016 issue of the Florida Historical Quarterly.
Episode 30: Summer 2016
In this episode Robert Cassanello interviewed Kathryn Palmer about her article titled “Losing Lincoln: Black Educators, Historical Memory, and the Desegregation of Lincoln High School in Gainesville, Florida” published in the Summer 2016 issue of the Florida Historical Quarterly.
Love the show
As a surveyor you become a history buff and a lover of research. I hope this show comes out with more episodes soon. Particularly about northeast Florida. Keep up the good work