Gulf Stories

Gulf Stories Moments is a project of Story Lab at the University of West Florida Innovation Institute and WUWF. Each week, Gulf Stories Moments brings listeners insightful and fascinating conversations with UWF scholars about the research they’re doing on the Gulf of Mexico. Topics include maritime history, archaeology, invasive species and logistics.

Christian Garman, outreach manager for Story Lab, hosts the discussion each Monday at 4:30 p.m.

Gulf Stories Moments is adapted from Mother Mother Ocean, a free online course that features the work UWF researchers are doing on the Gulf of Mexico. For more information about the course, visit uwf.edu/gulfstories.

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In this week's Gulf Stories Moment, Nicole Grinnan, research associate and public archaeologist with the Florida Public Archaeology Network, discusses the ecological effects of the historical red snapper fishing industry in the Gulf of Mexico and how it has affected the modern waterfront.

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In this week’s Gulf Stories Moment, Dr. John Bratten, chair and associate professor of anthropology at the University of West Florida, discusses the shipwreck known as the Catharine.

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In this week’s Gulf Stories Moment, Dr. Amy Mitchell-Cook, associate professor and chair of the Department of History at the University of West Florida, discusses the historical significance of the timber industry along the Gulf Coast.

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In this week's Gulf Stories Moment, Dr. Scott Keller, professor of marketing, supply chain logistics and economics at the University of West Florida, discusses how ports compete with each other along the Gulf of Mexico.

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