6 episodes

In 2018 we celebrated the fiftieth anniversary of the current Florida Constitution. This podcast series will look back at all the Constitutions in Florida, starting with the first Florida Constitution drafted in 1838. These interviews were recorded at the 2018 annual meeting of the Florida Conference of Historians. The daylong sessions examined each of the Florida Constitutions and discussed how they addressed the concerns of their time. Hosted by H-Florida, a network on the H-Net Commons.

The Florida Constitutions Podcast Robert Cassanello and Julian Chambliss

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In 2018 we celebrated the fiftieth anniversary of the current Florida Constitution. This podcast series will look back at all the Constitutions in Florida, starting with the first Florida Constitution drafted in 1838. These interviews were recorded at the 2018 annual meeting of the Florida Conference of Historians. The daylong sessions examined each of the Florida Constitutions and discussed how they addressed the concerns of their time. Hosted by H-Florida, a network on the H-Net Commons.

    Episode 1-The 1838 St Joseph Constitution

    Episode 1-The 1838 St Joseph Constitution

    In 2018 we celebrated the fiftieth anniversary of the current Florida Constitution. This podcast series will look back at all the Constitutions in Florida, starting with the first Florida Constitution drafted in 1838. These interviews were recorded at the 2018 annual meeting of the Florida Conference of Historians. The daylong sessions examined each of the Florida Constitutions and discussed how they addressed the concerns of their time. The sessions took place at the old Senate Chamber in the Florida Historic Capitol Museum in Tallahassee. Robert Cassanello, an associate professor of history at the University of Central Florida and Julian Chambliss a professor of English at Michigan State University moderated the discussion. In this episode, we spoke with Mike Denham, who is a professor of history and Director of the Lawton M. Chiles Jr. Center for Florida History at Florida Southern College. He and Professor Chambliss talked about the 1838 St Joseph Constitution. This series was produced by Robert Cassanello and Julian Chambliss. Holly Baker was the host and production assistant. We’d like to thank David Proctor and Jesse Hingson with the Florida Conference of Historians for assisting in the recording of this series. You can find out more about FCH at www.floridaconferenceofhistorians.org/. We'd also like to thank the University of Central Florida's Public History Program.

    • 11 min
    Episode 2-The 1861 Secession Ordinances and the 1865 Constitution

    Episode 2-The 1861 Secession Ordinances and the 1865 Constitution

    In 2018, we celebrated the fiftieth anniversary of the current Florida Constitution. This podcast series will look back at all the Constitutions in Florida starting with the first Florida Constitution drafted in 1838. These interviews were recorded at the 2018 annual meeting of the Florida Conference of Historians. The daylong sessions examined each of the Florida Constitutions and discussed how they addressed the concerns of their time. The sessions took place at the old Senate Chamber in the Florida Historic Capitol Museum in Tallahassee. Robert Cassanello, an associate professor of history at the University of Central Florida and Julian Chambliss a professor of English at Michigan State University moderated the discussion. During the conference, Boyd Murphree from the University of Florida Libraries talked about the 1861 Secession Ordinances and the 1865 Constitution with Julian Chambliss. This series was produced by Robert Cassanello and Julian Chambliss. Holly Baker was the host and production assistant. We’d like to thank David Proctor and Jesse Hingson with the Florida Conference of Historians for assisting in the recording of this series. You can find out more about FCH at www.floridaconferenceofhistorians.org/. We'd also like to thank the University of Central Florida's Public History Program.

    • 13 min
    Episode 3-The 1868 Constitution

    Episode 3-The 1868 Constitution

    In 2018 we celebrated the fiftieth anniversary of the current Florida Constitution. This podcast series will look back at all the Constitutions in Florida starting with the first Florida Constitution drafted in 1838. These interviews were recorded at the 2018 annual meeting of the Florida Conference of Historians. The daylong sessions examined each of the Florida Constitutions and discussed how they addressed the concerns of their time. The sessions took place at the old Senate Chamber in the Florida Historic Capitol Museum in Tallahassee. Robert Cassanello, an associate professor of history at the University of Central Florida and Julian Chambliss a professor of English at Michigan State University moderated the discussion. During the conference, Julian Chambliss interviewed Robert Cassanello about the 1868 Constitution. This series was produced by Robert Cassanello and Julian Chambliss. Holly Baker was the host and production assistant. We’d like to thank David Proctor and Jesse Hingson with the Florida Conference of Historians for assisting in the recording of this series. You can find out more about FCH at www.floridaconferenceofhistorians.org/. We'd also like to thank the University of Central Florida's Public History Program.

    • 12 min
    Episode 4-The 1885 Constitution

    Episode 4-The 1885 Constitution

    In 2018, we celebrated the fiftieth anniversary of the current Florida Constitution. This podcast series will look back at all the Constitutions in Florida starting with the first Florida Constitution drafted in 1838. These interviews were recorded at the 2018 annual meeting of the Florida Conference of Historians. The daylong sessions examined each of the Florida Constitutions and discussed how they addressed the concerns of their time. The sessions took place at the old Senate Chamber in the Florida Historic Capitol Museum in Tallahassee. Robert Cassanello, an associate professor of history at the University of Central Florida and Julian Chambliss a professor of English at Michigan State University moderated the discussion. During the conference, Robert Cassanello spoke with Chris Day from the Maclay School in Tallahassee, Florida. Professor Day completed his Ph.D. at Florida State University and where he researched the constitutional and legal history of Florida in the 19th century. This series was produced by Robert Cassanello and Julian Chambliss. Holly Baker was the host and production assistant. We’d like to thank David Proctor and Jesse Hingson with the Florida Conference of Historians for assisting in the recording of this series. You can find out more about FCH at www.floridaconferenceofhistorians.org/. We'd also like to thank the University of Central Florida's Public History Program.

    • 17 min
    Episode 5-The Seminole and Miccosukee Constitutions

    Episode 5-The Seminole and Miccosukee Constitutions

    In 2018 we celebrated the fiftieth anniversary of the current Florida Constitution. This podcast series will look back at all the Constitutions in Florida starting with the first Florida Constitution drafted in 1838. These interviews were recorded at the 2018 annual meeting of the Florida Conference of Historians. The daylong sessions examined each of the Florida Constitutions and discussed how they addressed the concerns of their time. The sessions took place at the old Senate Chamber in the Florida Historic Capitol Museum in Tallahassee. Robert Cassanello, an associate professor of history at the University of Central Florida and Julian Chambliss a professor of English at Michigan State University moderated the discussion. Andrew Frank is the Allen Morris Professor of History from Florida State University and in his interview, we take a turn away from Tallahassee and Florida Constitutional Conventions to look at the Constitutions of the Seminole Tribe of Florida and the Miccosukee Tribe of Indians. This series was produced by Robert Cassanello and Julian Chambliss. Holly Baker was the host and production assistant. We’d like to thank David Proctor and Jesse Hingson with the Florida Conference of Historians for assisting in the recording of this series. You can find out more about FCH at www.floridaconferenceofhistorians.org/. We'd also like to thank the University of Central Florida's Public History Program.

    • 13 min
    Episode 6-The 1968 Constitution

    Episode 6-The 1968 Constitution

    In 2018, we celebrated the fiftieth anniversary of the current Florida Constitution. This podcast series will look back at all the Constitutions in Florida starting with the first Florida Constitution drafted in 1838. These interviews were recorded at the 2018 annual meeting of the Florida Conference of Historians. The daylong sessions examined each of the Florida Constitutions and discussed how they addressed the concerns of their time. The sessions took place at the old Senate Chamber in the Florida Historic Capitol Museum in Tallahassee. Robert Cassanello, an associate professor of history at the University of Central Florida and Julian Chambliss a professor of English at Michigan State University moderated the discussion. During the conference, Mary Adkins from the University of Florida Law School spoke with Robert Cassanello about the 1968 Constitution. This series was produced by Robert Cassanello and Julian Chambliss. Holly Baker was the host and production assistant. We’d like to thank David Proctor and Jesse Hingson with the Florida Conference of Historians for assisting in the recording of this series. You can find out more about FCH at www.floridaconferenceofhistorians.org/. We'd also like to thank the University of Central Florida's Public History Program.

    • 13 min

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