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Education: MA and PhD at the University of South Carolina
Research Interest: Antebellum and Civil War Eras, 19th-century South
Ann Tucker studies the nineteenth century US South, specifically southern nationalism in the antebellum and Civil War Eras. Her research analyzes international influences on the development of Confederate nationalism. Dr. Tucker’s dissertation, “’Newest Born of Nations’: Southern Thought on European Nationalisms and the Creation of the Confederacy, 1820-1865,” examines the ways in which nineteenth century southerners used their analysis of European nationalist movements to develop their own sense of nationhood and to claim legitimacy for their aspiring nation. She earned her MA and PhD at the University of South Carolina.