An award-winning historian dedicated to compiling corrected and informed works on the truth of the American experience, Phillip Thomas Tucker is a truly prolific academic whose non-fiction works on important key events from the History of the American South have started a much needed dialogue. Dr. Tucker is internationally renowned for his presentation of historical narratives in a manner that brings to light lesser known events that have defined our understanding of history as we study it.
The winner of the highly prestigious Douglas South all Freeman Award 1993 for the best non-fiction book in southern history, Dr. Tucker’s works have been groundbreaking, widely acclaimed and unbiased in their narration of historic accounts. Inspiring credibility and correctness, this is a highly prestigious award given to historians and writers who demonstrate excellence in their understanding of Southern history. Dr. Tucker’s award is testimonial of his efforts into ensuring that important historic events are narrated with due diligence and honesty. He is committed to producing work that is reflective of his in-depth research and demonstrative of literary brilliance.