Wednesday, June 25, 2014
In this episode we talked with Matthew J. Clavin, Associate Professor of history at the University of Houston. He is the author of the book Toussaint Louverture and the Civil War: the Promise and Peril of a Second Haitian Revolution.
He spoke to us about his article "An "underground railway" to Pensacola and the Impending Crisis over Slavery," published in the Spring 2014 issue of the FHQ.
The Table of Contents for the issue is below:
"The Role of Cattle Ranching in the 1656 Timucuan Rebellion: A Struggle for Land, Labor, and Chiefly Power," by Justin B. Blanton
"An "underground railway" to Pensacola and the Impending Crisis over Slavery," by Matthew J. Clavin
"Race, Education, and Regionalism: The Long and Troubling History of School Desegregation in the Sunshine State," by Irvin D.S. Winsboro and Abel A. Bartley
"Nature on a Leash: Tourism, Development, and the Environment on Amelia Island, Florida," by Patrick H. Cosby
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Wednesday, April 2, 2014
In this episode of the FHQ Podcast we interview Dr. Jane Landers who was the guest editor of the Special Issue of the FHQ that examines the 17th Century of Florida. This is the second of a 6 part special issue that will examine the Quincentennial of Ponce De Leon's first visit to Florida.
The Table of Contents for this issue is below:
"Special Issue Introduction" by the FHQ editors Connie L. Lester and Daniel Murphree
"The Historiography of Seventeenth-Century La Florida" by Jane Landers
"The Geopolitics of Seventeenth-Century Florida" by Jane Landers
"The Historical Archaeology of Seventeenth-Century La Florida" by Bonnie G. McEwan
“These people are not conquered like those of New Spain”: Florida’s Reciprocal Colonial Compact" by Amy Turner Bushnell
"St. Augustine in the Seventeenth Century: Capital of La Florida" by Susan Richbourg Parker
"Pirate, Priest, and Slave: Spanish Florida in the 1668 Searles Raid" by Diana Reigelsperger
"Colonialism on the Spanish Florida Frontier: Mission San Luis, 1656-1704" by Bonnie G. McEwan
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Thursday, January 16, 2014
In this episode we interviewed Richard S. Dellinger who co-edited the special issue on the US District Court for the Middle District of Florida. This issue is dedicated to the significant cases that have made it through the Middle District Court.
Table of Contents:
“Note from the FHQ Editors,” Connie L. Lester and Daniel Murphree
“Introduction to the Symposium,” Richard S. Dellinger and Jon Philipson
“Creating the United States District Court for the Middle District of Florida,” James M. Denham
SEGREGATION AND INTEGRATION CASES Introduction:
“Segregation and Integration in the Middle District of Florida,” Judge William Terrell Hodges
“Mims v. Duval County School Board: The Complex Legacy of School Desegregation in Duval County,” Olga Balderas
“Debra P. v. Turlington: Constitutional Law: Eradicating the Effects of Past Purposeful Racial Discrimination in the Public School System,” Alexandra Moore
“Harvest v. Board of Public Instruction: History in More Than Black and White: The Story of One District Judge Who Faced Down a Fiery Desegregation Controversy and Created a Lasting Legacy,” Lauren Millcarek
CIVIL CASES Introduction:
“Civil Cases in the Middle District of Florida,” Judge Susan Harrell Black, Judge Harvey, Erwin Schlesinger and Sylvia H. Walbolt
“Robinson v. Jacksonville Shipyards, Inc.: You’ve Come a Long Way, Baby: Stripping Pornography From America’s Workplaces,” Tara R. Price
“Raymond James v. Assocs., Inc. v. Nat’l Ass’n of Sec. Dealers, Inc. Limiting Implied Rights of Action Under the Securities Exchange Act of 1934: Dismissing Private Claims Brought Under Section 19,” Seth Welner
“Tyne v. Time Warner Entertainment Co.: Lives Revisited: Drawing the Line Between History and Hollywood,” Brian M. Stewart
“In re Safety Harbor Resort & Spa: A Guiding Light,” Nicholas E. Williams
“American Yearbook v. Askew: American Yearbook: An Early Portrait of the Market Participation Exception to the Dormant Commerce Clause,” Cem Akleman
“Airline v. School Board of Nassau County: “Otherwise Qualified”: The Rehabilitation of 1973 and the Origin of the Direct Threat Defense,” Patrick Flemming
“Playboy Enterprise v. Fena: A Speedbump on the Information Superhighway: Pushing Copyright Law into the Online Era,” Benjamin H. Eisenberg
“American Waterways Operators, Inc. v. Askew: Like Oil and Water: The Past, Present, and Future of American Waterways Operators, Inc. v. Askew in the Ongoing Federal-State Relationship in Regulating Oil Spill Recovery,” Zack Smith
CRIMINAL CASES Introduction:
“Crimes Defining Our Time: Notable Criminal Cases from the First Fifty Years of the Middle District of Florida,” Anthony E. Porcelli
“Shelton v. Secretary, Department of Corrections: The Constitutionality of Florida’s Drug Abuse Prevention and Control Act,” Erika Concetta Pagano and Emily Horowitz
“A Pioneer in Prison Reform: Costello v. W ainwright and its Paradoxical Legacy in Florida Prisons,” Mariko K. Shitama
“Extreme Circumstances Call for Extreme Measures: How United States v. Lyons’ Radical Remedies Corrected a Grave Injustice,” Samuel W. Wardle
“Reflections: Uses and Potential Abuses of Federalism,” Robert Batey
“Early Jail and Prison Conditions Litigation in the Middle District Court,”
William J. Sheppard
“Our Experience in the History of the Middle District of Florida and the Speedy Trial Clause of the Sixth Amendment,” William J. Sheppard and Elizabeth L. White
Monday, August 26, 2013
In this episode we interviewed Dr. Sam Watson a professor of history at the U.S. Military Academy West Point. He is the author of Jackson’s Sword The Army Officer Corps on the American Frontier, 1810–1821 and Peacekeepers and Conquerors The Army Officer Corps on the American Frontier, 1821–1846. In this interview we talked to him about his article on the 1810 West Florida Rebellion.
The table for the Summer 2013 issue is below.
"Juan Ponce de León and the Discovery of Florida Reconsidered," by Samuel Turner
“Looking for Angola”: An Archaeological and Ethnohistorical Search for a Nineteenth Century Florida Maroon Community and its Caribbean Connections,"
by Rosalyn Howard
"Conquerors, Peacekeepers, or Both? The U.S. Army and West Florida, 1810-1811, A New Perspective," by Samuel Watson
"The Florida Historical Society Presents an Original Courtroom Drama: Ponce de León Landed HERE!!," by Benjamin D. Brotemarkle
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Wednesday, July 31, 2013
This is another preview of our upcoming podcast A History of Central Florida. In this podcast we traveled to some of the museums we will feature in this new podcast. We went to the Harry T. & Harriette V. Moore Memorial Park, The Heritage Center and Indian River Citrus Museum, The Lake Mary Museum, and the Museum of Seminole County History. These are some of the places who will be joining us in our new podcast series. Until them please enjoy this preview.
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Monday, July 15, 2013
What I am bringing you this week is an unreleased podcast I recorded a few years ago. I meet up with two women who worked as farm-workers in Apopka since they were young children and are now commemorating the lives of central Florida farm-workers in a quilt designed to tell the stories of individual workers and their families.
Originally, this was a part of a larger project that ultimately fell through, but before I abandoned it I recorded these two women who told me their experiences in the fields and the history of the quilt. At the time of the interview the quilts were unfinished, now it is completed and traveling the state as The Lake Apopka Farm-worker MemorialQuilts.
These interviews were rich in life history and I wanted to share them with you. The women I spoke to were Linda Lee who created the quilt and travels around with the quilt and Geraldine Matthew who was involved in organizing community support for the quilt.This podcast will be broken up into 3 parts.
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Monday, July 8, 2013
In this episode we interviewed Andrew Fairbanks and Dr. Christopher Meindl. Dr. Meindl is an associate professor of geography at the University of South Florida St. Petersburg. Andrew Fairbanks received his MA in Florida Studies at USFSP. In this podcast we spoke to them about their article "Talking Trash."
The table of contents for the Spring Issue:
Shipwrecked in the Atlantic World: Reevaluating Jonathan Dickinson’s Interactions with Native Peoples along Florida’s Southeastern Coast
by Jason Daniels
The Fleeting Fame of Florida’s Filibuster, “Major” Frank Hann
by Paul S. Losch
Talking Trash: A Short History of Solid Waste Management in Florida
by Andrew Fairbanks, Jennifer Wunderlich, and Christopher Meindl
Documents and Notes: Letters of Major Hann
Paul S. Losch, ed.
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