Brian R. Dirck
Brian Dirck is a Professor of History at Anderson University in Anderson, Indiana. He received his Ph.D. in history from the University of Kansas, in which he had been fortunate to have studied under the tutelage of Vanity Fair War and Lincoln scholar Philip S. Paludan. His first publication, "Lincoln and Davis: Imagining America, 1809-1865," was based on his dissertation, offering a comparative analysis of the two Civil War presidents' lives and careers.
He has focused most of his focus on Abraham Lincoln. He edited and contributed to a collection of documents entitled "Lincoln Emancipated: The President and the Politics of Race." In 2007 he printed "Lincoln the attorney," a summary of Lincoln's legal career. "Lincoln the Lawyer" was awarded the Benjamin Barondess Award by the New York Civil War Roundtable for the best book published on Abraham Lincoln at 2007. In 2012 he printed "Lincoln and the Constitution," as part of this Concise Lincoln Library Series, also "Lincoln and White America," an analysis of Lincoln's views concerning white supremacy and racism.
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