Tuesday, September 15, 2009
This is Summer Issue podcast for the Florida Historical Quarterly. We interviewed Dr. Michael Bowen who is assistant director at the Bob Graham center for Public Service. In the Summer issue Dr. Bowen published an article titled "The Strange Tale of Wesley and Florence Garrison: Racial Crosscurrents of the Postwar Florida Republican Party." We interviewed him about his article and his research for the article. You can get the podcast by clicking here.
The table of contents for this issue:
Volume 88, No. 1
"The Strange Tale of Wesley and Florence Garrison: Racial Crosscurrents of the Postwar Florida Republican Party," by Michael D. Bowen
"Tampa's 1910 Lynching: The Italian-American Perspective and Its Implications," by Stefano Luconi
"Entangled Borderlands: The 1794 Projected French Invasion of Spanish East Florida and Atlantic History," by Robert J. Alderson, Jr.
"1892--A Year of Crucial Decisions in Florida," by Jesus Mendez