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Gary Mormino
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Gary Mormino, Ph.D., University of South Florida – St. Petersburg
Dr. Mormino holds the Frank E. Duckwall Professorship in history at USF-St. Petersburg where he has taught since 1977 and directs the Florida Studies Program. The 2007 Emmy-winning PBS documentary The Florida Dream was based on his book Land of Sunshine, State of Dreams (2005.)  In 2009 his essay on community in Florida was named best article of the year by the Florida Magazine Association. He is presently working on two projects, a study of Florida and World War II and a book weaving a history of Florida foodways and culture.

Maurice O’SullivanClick here to download presentation [pdf]

Maurice O’Sullivan, Ph.D., Rollins College
Dr. O’Sullivan, Kenneth Curry Professor of English at Rollins College, directs the Florida Center for Shakespeare Studies and has served as Chair of the English Department, Chair of the Humanities Division, and President of the Faculty at Rollins. He has written extensively on literature, Florida, popular culture, Shakespeare, religion, Irish culture, education, and current events. A former teamster and jail guard, he is publisher of Angel Alley Press, the executive producer of educational films on teaching Shakespeare (Finding Lear, Finding Ourselves and Romeo and Juliet 4.0), and a founding partner of Dan McGuinness Irish Pubs in Nashville.

Susan Richbourg Parker

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Susan Richbourg Parker, Ph.D., St. Augustine Historical Society
Currently the executive director of the St. Augustine Historical Society, Dr. Parker received her Bachelor of Arts degree with a major in Spanish from The Florida State University, and earned master of arts and doctoral degrees in history from the University of Florida with a specialization in the history of the colonial Americas. She has taught at the University of Florida and the University of North Florida, and served as the historian for the State’s Historic St. Augustine Preservation Board. More than 10,000 readers learn of her research into the daily lives of residents of colonial Florida from her weekly history column, “The Oldest City,” in the St. Augustine Record.


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