WOODWARD-FRANKLIN AWARD FOR HISTORICAL WRITING

Dan T. Carter, 2020 Recipient 
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   Dan T. Carter is a retired United States History professor from South Carolina University. His retirement as taken him to the mountains of western North Carolina. Carter has written: The Politics of Rage, Scottsboro: A tragedy of the American South (Jules and Frances Landry Award), From George Wallace to Newt Gingrich: Race in the Conservative Counterrevolution, 1963-1994, When the War is Over: The Failure of Self-reconstruction in the South, 1865-1867, George Wallace, Richard Nixon, and the transformation of American Politics. He has also contributed essays to Dissent Magazine. He has served as an on-camera commentator/consultant on the PBS documentary The People v. Leo frank (2009), 1964 (2014), and Klansville USA (2014). He has worked on CNN on episode 5 of “The long March to freedom” and “The Times They Are A-Changing,” The Sixties episode on CNN series.

PREVIOUS RECIPIENTS:

Wayne Flynt, 2017

James C. Cobb, 2015

Michael O'Brien, 2013