2017 Programs and Workshops
Florida History:
•    Shade in the Sunshine State: Reflections on Segregation in Florida
•    Florida’s Rosenwald Schools: Shaping a Generation of Civil Rights Leaders
•    Shade in the Sunshine State: The Role of Jewish Activists in Florida’s Civil Rights History
•    Having Fun, Wish You Were Here! An Illustrated History of the Postcard in Florida
•    The Bounty of the Earth: A Postcard History of Florida's Mining and Agricultural Industries
•    From the Ground Up: A Postcard History of Agriculture in Florida
•    Up From the Ground: A Postcard History of Citrus Production in Florida

  • Taking the Waters: A History of Florida's Most Famous Springs
  • Citrus Labels in Florida: Signs of the Times

•    Zoom, Zoom! A Postcard History of Trains, Planes, and Automobiles in Florida
•    The St. Johns River and its Tributaries: Florida's First Tourist Attraction

  • Mysteries of the Midden: A History of Shell Mounds in Florida

•    MOO! A History of the Cattle Industry in Florida
•    Baseball in Paradise: A History of Spring Training in Florida

  • PUFF! A History of the Cigar Industry in Florida
  • TIMBER! A History of the Lumber Industry in Florida
  • Harriet Beecher Stowe: Yankee, Abolitionist, and Florida Promoter


Postcard history:
•    Having Fun, Wish You Were Here! An Illustrated History of the Postcard in America
•    Cats Playing Tennis, Dogs in Fancy Hats: Dressed Animals during the Golden Age of Postcards
•    Progress and Postcards: Celebrating the 100th Anniversary of the 1915 Pan-Pacific Exposition

Author- and aspiring author-related topics:

•    Yes, You! An Entertaining Autobiography in Three Easy Steps
•    Man Up! A Men’s Memoir Workshop
•    The Book Tourist: Seven Steps to a Wildly Successful Book Tour
•    Write Right, Right Now! How to Edit Your Words without Losing Your Mind (Customized content for general/business/author audiences.)

  • Write AMERICAN! American English Writing for EVERYBODY
  • Comma Common Sense
  • Advanced American English Editing

•    Decisions, Decisions: Designing Your Book, Inside and Out
Note: These programs are also offered as a 3- or 4-part day-long workshop.

Speaker-related topics:
•    The Explosive Power of the Published Speaker
•    Finding the Ham Within: Making Lemonade from Life's Lemons
•    Before You Even Open Your Mouth: Business Writing for the Professional Speaker

Talk, Talk, Talk! Developing a Professional Speaker's Repertoire

  • My Cup Runneth Over: How to Generate IDEAS!


Black History Month (February) topics:

•    Shade in the Sunshine State: Reflections on Segregation in Florida
•    The Rosenwald Schools of the South: Shaping a Generation of Civil Rights Leaders

•    The Education of Black Folk: The Complementary Visions of Booker T. Washington and W. E. B. Du Bois
•    Major Taylor: The Remarkable Life of a World Champion

  • Jackie Robinson and Hank Greenberg: Blazing a Trail in Baseball History


Jewish History Month (January) topics:

  • Shade in the Sunshine State: Reflections on Segregation in Florida
  • Shade in the Sunshine State: The Role of Jewish Activists in Florida's Civil Rights History
  • Florida's Rosenwald Schools: Shaping a Generation of Civil Rights Leaders
  • Hank Greenberg: America's First Jewish Superstar


Women's History Month (March) topics:

  • Harriet Beecher Stowe: Yankee, Abolitionist, and Florida Promoter



Please note: Florida postcard history and "Shade in the Sunshine State" programs are customized to each location.

One-off programs are also available.
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Liz Coursen: 941-706-2463

liz@lizcoursen.com

Liz Coursen