Stephanie McCurry

Photo of Stephanie McCurryStephanie McCurry is the author of Confederate Reckoning, a finalist for the Pulitzer Prize and winner of the Frederick Douglass Prize, the Merle Curti Prize, the Avery O. Craven Award, and the Willie Lee Rose Prize; and Masters of Small Worlds, winner of the John Hope Franklin Prize and four other awards. She also received a Guggenheim Fellowship. McCurry is the R. Gordon Hoxie Professor of History in Honor of Dwight D. Eisenhower at Columbia University. She grew up in Belfast, Ireland, during the Troubles.

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Cover: Women’s War: Fighting and Surviving the American Civil WarWomen’s War: Fighting and Surviving the American Civil WarMcCurry, StephaniePAPERBACK03/09/2021$16.95
Cover: Women’s War: Fighting and Surviving the American Civil WarWomen’s War: Fighting and Surviving the American Civil WarMcCurry, StephanieHARDCOVER04/15/2019$26.95
Cover: Confederate Reckoning: Power and Politics in the Civil War SouthConfederate Reckoning: Power and Politics in the Civil War SouthMcCurry, StephaniePAPERBACK05/07/2012$26.00
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